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    100% confident i'll do well
    163
    9.52%
    Possibly some unexpected results
    419
    24.46%
    Could go either way, i'm not sure
    732
    42.73%
    I'm preparing for the worst
    399
    23.29%

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    First time I've ever come out of every exam feeling like I've done my best. Hope I haven't put the kiss of death on myself though...
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    (Original post by . . .)
    The only medical school that looks at ucas points is barts so if your not thinking of applying there I would say don't do the extra A-Level as it puts you at no advantage and just creates added pressure.
    Thanks for letting me know that! But its my first language anyway so it wont be too hard and yes im thinking of applying to barts as well as kings, Imperial and Bristol
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    I'm feeling sick :/
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    (Original post by Jam')
    I'm feeling sick :/
    Try not think about results day! There's a lot of sport to watch if you like the Olympics. :console:
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    I think I've formulated a plan for The Day.

    Wake up before 6 and see if I can get on, like people did last year. If not, make copious amounts of coffee until 7am, when results are released. If I get the grades, yippee. Sing, dance, make more coffee. Wait until track updates, do a screen dump of the good news and put it on my wall.

    If I don't...cry and become a crazy cat lady.


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    (Original post by Catherine.)
    I think I've formulated a plan for The Day.

    Wake up before 6 and see if I can get on, like people did last year. If not, make copious amounts of coffee until 7am, when results are released. If I get the grades, yippee. Sing, dance, make more coffee. Wait until track updates, do a screen dump of the good news and put it on my wall.

    If I don't...cry and become a crazy cat lady.


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    That sounds like a pretty good plan to me!

    I shall near enough do the same however if my results aren't on the college website at 6 like they said they would be then I am going to **** bricks Then just drink tonnes of hot chocolate and energy drinks until I can go to college.
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    (Original post by Groat)
    Try not think about results day! There's a lot of sport to watch if you like the Olympics. :console:
    Thanks! It hasn't been great watching the Olympics though lol ... GB keeps missing out on medals and I keep drawing parallels with A Levels haha

    16 more days of nauseousness lol
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    (Original post by PinkyPurply)
    Preparing for the worst I'm afraid.
    Isn't strange how 42 people want you to do badly?
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    Will be grateful if my Further Maths is even going to be a B. :/
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    (Original post by Schlegel)
    Will be grateful if my Further Maths is even going to be a B. :/
    It doest hurt to have some little faith

    Good luck
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    I am sure many of you will do well.

    Stay strong and GOOD LUCK!
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    (Original post by onda)
    It doest hurt to have some little faith

    Good luck
    Thanks! I need B's to get into my insurance and hoping at least no to miss that. Good luck to you too!
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    I voted for either way... because that's the truth :unsure:
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    Is it bad that I am not nervous at all?
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    Could go either way, depends on the grade boundaries.
    Edexcel unit 2 politics was the worst :mad:
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    (Original post by shooks)
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    I'm famous!
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    Really nervous! I've been having bad dreams and everything! :ahhhhh:

    I was very nervous for my GCSE's, and could not sleep the night before at all! But I did a lot better than I expected. For my AS results, I wasn't too bad, but then I got a lot worse than expected. So really could go either way.. I'm expecting the worse. I don't know why, I know I've worked hard and did the most I could! But I know i'm going to be a nervous wreck from now until the 16th of August.
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    Well, I can't sleep. I'm looking forward to Uni but I don't know where I'm going. It's destroying me, slowly but surely.
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    I have no idea, it could go either way really. In January I did a lot better than I expected in one exam but a lot worse in another, so I don't think I can guess how the June ones went. Just hope I got into my firm :unsure:

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