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    (Original post by Zakee)
    What's the difference between a mathematician and a pizza?


    A pizza can feed a family of four.
    Oh you went there.

    Why are quantum physicists so bad in bed?

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    Because when they find the position, they can't find the momentum and when they find the momentum, they can't find the position. :teehee:
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    Not to mention that they work with sub-atomic particles.
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    Accchhh, can I not just apply to Newnham? :rolleyes:
    It does have the second longest indoor corridor in Europe :yep: Besides, I've been there #playa
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    , weren't you like on 4 gems? If so, congrats on getting to the green side .

    How do you have so many followers? I have a handful .
    Yeah I had 3 red gems before I just speak my mind regardless
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    Everyone's doing so now! I'll post mine...soon
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    Scruffy? :beard:

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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    Awh :hugs:
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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    I am glad I am on the awesomelist despite annoying you by breaking the rules on several occasions

    something tells me I should actually give the rules a read
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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    Cutie, thank you :hugs:

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    dammit my personal statement is 4001 characters why oh why
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Aww that really does sound amazing! It sounds like it'd definitely be a great experience and I'm sure you'd thoroughly enjoy yourself I really do hope you get an offer! I'd love to have had the opportunity to apply to somewhere like Oxford/Cambridge, they both look so beautiful and of course, the teaching quality would be excellent! Sadly I'm just not a hard enough worker, I lack motivation, hoping to make up for it this year Oh well that's good, Warwick is also amazing, especially for maths, it'd be a great opportunity

    You're welcome, hahaha :lol: Oooh I see At my sixth form, there was only one person who took further maths haha (and was male) I think he was aiming for Cambridge, but to do Computer Science. Not sure if he still is
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    Ahah trust me a year ago my highest aspiration was Exeter, I think I was considering CCC unis at the start of the year and just recently I've knocked Exeter off my list its interesting how so much can change in a year (for the better by the way ). Ah fair enough tbh at GCSE I did some work but mostly diddly squat and as a result I got poor grades as expected. I think my main drive was proving all my teachers wrong as well as the self-teaching and I'm sure you will hit the ground running at the start and you'll never stop going

    Yeah I'd be delighted to make it into either institution, the social life at Warwick is a bit better as well so that's a bonus :lol:

    Ahah 1 person, that's a first! (I can imagine lessons been 10 times faster xD) we have about 6 people in our group; probably 4 after AS results, my smallest class by far
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    It was partly for your sake but I enjoy uploading new pictures of myself. I'm a pit of a selfiephile!
    Other people: Did I mention that at the Sutton Trust summer school, my 6 person group did a presentation on sphincters in the GI tract? Trust me to get stuck with the part on the anal sphincters though .
    Ah, in my presentation at Sutton Trust I ended up with the short straw too; Neo-Victorianist literature and Postmodernism...
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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    Aww. Nice handwriting btw
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    O.o Because I was so intent on writing a client-server messaging program for my computing class, I had to be reminded by my parents that tomorrow is my 18th birthday.

    After waiting so long for adulthood to start, I don't want childhood to end!!
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Ahah trust me a year ago my highest aspiration was Exeter, I think I was considering CCC unis at the start of the year and just recently I've knocked Exeter off my list its interesting how so much can change in a year (for the better by the way ). Ah fair enough tbh at GCSE I did some work but mostly diddly squat and as a result I got poor grades as expected. I think my main drive was proving all my teachers wrong as well as the self-teaching and I'm sure you will hit the ground running at the start and you'll never stop going

    Yeah I'd be delighted to make it into either institution, the social life at Warwick is a bit better as well so that's a bonus :lol:

    Ahah 1 person, that's a first! (I can imagine lessons been 10 times faster xD) we have about 6 people in our group; probably 4 after AS results, my smallest class by far
    That's so hard to imagine And yeah it really is! Well you've turned it around so well so you're fine Yeah, it must be great to have something to work for, mine was vet med, and then I realised I was awful at chemistry :lol: I sure hope so, very true

    I bet Oh well that's good, social life is obviously important in some ways, too
    It is! Though I'm one of 2 in english literature which is also funny, luckily he's one of my best friends so it's not awkward Aww, cute

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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    This is my greatest accomplishment to date. I thank you
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    (Original post by Choppie)
    O.o Because I was so intent on writing a client-server messaging program for my computing class, I had to be reminded by my parents that tomorrow is my 18th birthday.

    After waiting so long for adulthood to start, I don't want childhood to end!!
    Sounds like a fun piece of work. Tbh, there's no reason your childhood shouldn't carry on, be young in spirit! At least your birthday is quite early on
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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    Oh you :rolleyes:

    Thank you it means a lot :yes:
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    That's so hard to imagine And yeah it really is! Well you've turned it around so well so you're fine Yeah, it must be great to have something to work for, mine was vet med, and then I realised I was awful at chemistry :lol: I sure hope so, very true

    I bet Oh well that's good, social life is obviously important in some ways, too
    It is! Though I'm one of 2 in english literature which is also funny, luckily he's one of my best friends so it's not awkward Aww, cute

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    I know and it's nearly exactly a year since I got an F in my maths induction test . Yeah it is and oh well haha at least your aiming for something else you like at least!

    Yup, university is hyped up so much its like a fresh start, I have a reputation in my sixth form for being silent and only talking in one group in general, when people ask me stuff I respond but I barely ask people I don't know stuff so university is a chance to turn that around . Ahah 2 in Eng lit? I recall your college/Sixth form being very small (like 60 or 50 people ? ) so that explains the small numbers. I'd love 2 person classes :eek:
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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    I'm honoured to make the list . Cheers bro. :cool: Neat handwriting for a future medic

    Here's mine (only thing I had on my comp ):

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    As promised... better late than never! :ninja:

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    Your writing is actually rather neat! It reminds me a lot of when Mr. Examsolutions writes on his computer thing :holmes:...

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    You don't have an alter-ego, right? :ninja:


    But thanks, I am so glad to have made the list


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    dammit my personal statement is 4001 characters why oh why
    How's it coming along? :holmes: I'm too worried to send mine to the PS service, I actually quite like it
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    Your writing is actually rather neat! It reminds me a lot of when Mr. Examsolutions writes on his computer thing :holmes:...

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    You don't have an alter-ego, right? :ninja:


    But thanks, I am so glad to have made the list




    How's it coming along? :holmes: I'm too worried to send mine to the PS service, I actually quite like it
    It's being completely transformed in 2 days (srs) but its generally for the better, it flows much better now and it actually mentions more detail rather than just listing things. I would send it to the PS help service because what you might like may not be what admissions tutors like (I thought my PS was great before the TSR help service)
 
 
 
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