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    (Original post by The Financier)
    Hey Techno, for some reason, you're missing [/expand] on the OP for your subjects label.

    Is there really no-one else on OCR MEI for Maths?
    I'm doing OCR MEI. What's the difference between OCR and OCR MEI (I asked before but didn't get a response )?
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    Hey Techno, for some reason, you're missing [/expand] on the OP for your subjects label.

    Is there really no-one else on OCR MEI for Maths?
    thanks i accidentally deleted the ] after the media one and it messed it all up :lol:

    i know only 4 of us i thought MEI was popular :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    I'm doing OCR MEI. What's the difference between OCR and OCR MEI (I asked before but didn't get a response )?
    MEI is considered harder and has more Units available
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    Hahaha, I couldn't find any 'real' positives for any places that are relevant to me...

    Here's where I'm going to college. Sounds lovely.
    That's all? The list for where I'm going is about triple the length.

    (Original post by Lucas.)
    I'm doing OCR MEI. What's the difference between OCR and OCR MEI (I asked before but didn't get a response )?
    OCR MEI is the more far-reaching of them all, in that it has lots of different modules compared to the others. It has a specialised Differential Equations A2 module for example.

    (Original post by techno836)
    thanks i accidentally deleted the ] after the media one and it messed it all up :lol:

    i know only 4 of us i thought MEI was popular :dontknow:
    :ahee:

    Same! Perhaps TSR happens to be an anomaly?

    Still more than CCEA. :mmm:
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    That's all? The list for where I'm going is about triple the length.



    OCR MEI is the more far-reaching of them all, in that it has lots of different modules compared to the others. It has a specialised Differential Equations A2 module for example.



    :ahee:

    Same! Perhaps TSR happens to be an anomaly?
    TSR ... an anomaly ..... pffftt that can't be true
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    (Original post by techno836)
    TSR ... an anomaly ..... pffftt that can't be true
    Yeah, cause everyone else in real life have 14 A* GCSEs, 7 A* A-Levels and Sucksford and Lamebridge offers.
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    That's all? The list for where I'm going is about triple the length.

    OCR MEI is the more far-reaching of them all, in that it has lots of different modules compared to the others. It has a specialised Differential Equations A2 module for example.
    "Posh, irritating college boys and anyone associated to Winchester college."
    Will this be you next year?

    Oh right okay, fair enough. I didn't even realise.. Does that mean it's better to do MEI than any other?
    (Original post by techno836)
    MEI is considered harder and has more Units available
    Harder...? Damn... I'm not even that good at Maths. I only took it because I like it.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    What is broken french? and how does it compare to French GCSE?You have a 55% chance of getting a D or below in the A-Level by the way and only a 14% chance of getting a B+.However, you got a high B so your chances are higher than the B grades listed.I have been looking at these great and helpful statistics and I want help in making them more useful for me so I could choose my A-Level options-http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...685&highlight= .
    Broken french is the language spoken in mauritius, seychelles and another island which i forgot (la reiniuon i think?).
    They are all on the eastern side of madagascar.
    Broken french is also known as creole.
    Its a mixture of french and indian i think.

    These statistics are not really helpful.
    Your A level grade does not depend on your gcse grade.
    It all depends on how good you study/ revise and how much effort you put into it.

    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    By broken French do you mean Creole? As I am from the Seychelles, and we speak the same language as Mauritius.
    Yes, i mean creole.
    Seychelles is really awesome!
    I was raised up in mauritius for most of my childhood, came to london when i was 7.
    Im 17 and i still live in my mauritiun family.
    However, i am not mauritiun myself.

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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    "Posh, irritating college boys and anyone associated to Winchester college."
    Will this be you next year?

    Oh right okay, fair enough. I didn't even realise.. Does that mean it's better to do MEI than any other?


    Harder...? Damn... I'm not even that good at Maths. I only took it because I like it.
    Nah, I'm going to Peter Symonds College there, not Winchester College.

    We played the Winchester College chess team...got destroyed 5-1, and we only got that point because the opponent didn't turn up. :rofl:

    Depends on what you like. Some people like MEI for the challenge and for the vast amount of modules. Some prefer more traditional routes. Overall, it shouldn't really matter.
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    Hahaha, I couldn't find any 'real' positives for any places that are relevant to me...

    Here's where I'm going to college. Sounds lovely.
    Very promising :lol:
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    (Original post by Tibbz2)
    What are you unsure about? Maybe someone can help, unless you've tried that already and are still just stuck!
    I think I'm going to choose spanish, geology and biology... But I'm not quite happy with this. I don't know, I may end up making a spontaneous decision tomorrow if I realise I really don't want this. I just hate making life choices

    I don't think TSR can help me anymore - I'll never be happy haha!
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    (Original post by HeyThereHarry)
    I think I'm going to choose spanish, geology and biology... But I'm not quite happy with this. I don't know, I may end up making a spontaneous decision tomorrow if I realise I really don't want this. I just hate making life choices

    I don't think TSR can help me anymore - I'll never be happy haha!
    :lol:

    Well good luck making it up on the spot
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    (Original post by Infinity_4652)
    Broken french is the language spoken in mauritius, seychelles and another island which i forgot (la reiniuon i think?).
    They are all on the eastern side of madagascar.
    Broken french is also known as creole.
    Its a mixture of french and indian i think.

    These statistics are not really helpful.
    Your A level grade does not depend on your gcse grade.
    It all depends on how good you study/ revise and how much effort you put into it.


    Yes, i mean creole.
    Seychelles is really awesome!
    I was raised up in mauritius for most of my childhood, came to london when i was 7.
    Im 17 and i still live in my mauritiun family.
    However, i am not mauritiun myself.

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    The statistics strongly disagree with you.If you can speak broken french then surely you would get an A*( good UMS) at GCSE because by that I think you mean like American English, which I completely hate because it messes up the spell checking of posts.Americans would easily get an A* at GCSE English(2nd Language).
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    Nah, I'm going to Peter Symonds College there, not Winchester College.

    We played the Winchester College chess team...got destroyed 5-1, and we only got that point because the opponent didn't turn up. :rofl:

    Depends on what you like. Some people like MEI for the challenge and for the vast amount of modules. Some prefer more traditional routes. Overall, it shouldn't really matter.
    Oh okay, I'll let you off then.

    Haha wow, they must be pretty good then.. I haven't played chess in ages...

    I really don't know anything about A Level Maths... I honestly only took it because I enjoy it, as that's what I was told to do by my school... I should probably look into it before my enrolment on Friday..
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    Cool.

    I'm doing it, it'll be reet - probably **** but w/e.

    I love languages. I got perfect scores in my exams for spanish and french which is cool. The languages I want to really study though are Spanish, French and Dutch - probs have to wait a while for Dutch tho.
    You should come over to the Multilingual and Polyglot Wannabee Thread and say hello of you haven't already :-)


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    (Original post by tess_rach)
    You should come over to the Multilingual and Polyglot Wannabee Thread and say hello of you haven't already :-)


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    I should shouldn't I.
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    So my friends are back from Leeds festival, they've seen Eminem, Jake Bugg, Johnny Marr etc. and I'm sat here listening to the artists' albums, :sigh:
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    So my friends are back from Leeds festival, they've seen Eminem, Jake Bugg, Johnny Marr etc. and I'm sat here listening to the artists' albums, :sigh:
    Jake lives less than 5 minutes away from me by car (that is if he still resides in Clifton)


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    Going to be shelling out a grand for college stuff tonight. :cry2:
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    (Original post by Mr.Nor)
    Jake lives less than 5 minutes away from me by car (that is if he still resides in Clifton)


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    lucky thing!
    (Original post by The Financier)
    Going to be shelling out a grand for college stuff tonight. :cry2:
    That's some expensive stationary
 
 
 
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