(Original post by yl_llb)
Basically, I have had a lot of people saying I am below average and I can take that criticism, but I intend to improve.
GCSEs (Maths : B) 3A*s , 3A's , 4B's
A-Level ABBBB (Inc General Studies, not inc. Maths) (I did have serious health issues before my A Levels but I won't mention this in CV's because tbh I have come to learn that people snort upon stuff like that, but hey that is life)
Law at a Russell Group Uni (Newcastle): First year undergraduate: 3rd, 3rd, 2.1, 2.1 (2.2 overall)
Second year undergraduate: 1st, 2.1, 2.1, 2.1 (2.1 overall)
Third year undergraduate: Results pending (Aiming for a first)
I am just sick of snotty people being able to take shots at my record, yes, fair enough it is justified criticism. But, I intend to get a first. People ****ing asking for my grades in my class too, asking what scores i get etc. It's just ****ing annoying and I intend to get a score so high that no one can feel superior.
I may have a prestigious degree but overall I feel it is nullified because of my grades and I feel like I'm getting criticised at every interview I go to because of a few grades in first year (they bring it up).
Just really ****ing annoyed and i feel kicked down by it all, but **** it, because i will improve. And I can strop if i want, the only reason employers can criticise me is because they have the money to be able to do so, because i am applying for a **** paid job along with all the other graduates paying for the same **** paid jobs. But if i am to prove myself in this world, i'm going to start thinking outside the box and be prepared to fail. But I will