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    (Original post by Darnell LD97)
    Stupid exam boards why is there no AS exams in january?
    I know right
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    (Original post by LeoMantys)
    I know right
    It means that we can relax a bit until February half term/Easter-relaxing at AS is very hard work at GCSE though
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    The most fascinating thing I have read today: a covalent bond is actually an ionic bond and vice versa (at extremes)...
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    It means that we can relax a bit until February half term/Easter-relaxing at AS is very hard work at GCSE though
    But then, when it comes to may and June time, all of the exams will be piled up in a smaller time frame which equals more stress
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    (Original post by Infinity_4652)
    Are you going to sixth form or college?
    Sixth form, my school has a pretty bad sixth form but I'm determined that it's not really the fault of the establishment. For the subjects I'm taking, the school is decent.


    Also I just watched 'The Wolverine' last night, was a bit mediocre, I really hate Wolverine but the little preview for 'Days of Future Past' was awesome
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    It means that we can relax a bit until February half term/Easter-relaxing at AS is very hard work at GCSE though
    Its going to be hard to remember everything, personally I think its better with two series of exams.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    I never said infinity has an end 0.3 with a dot on top is the exact decimal representation of 1/3.There are ways to prove that 1/3 equals exactly 0.3 recurring represented as a dot on the top.If x=0.999999 recurring then 10x=9.99999 recurring 9x=9 x=1 if 0.99999 recurring=1 then 0.3333333 recurring=1/3.Wikipedia doesn't agree with you.
    I know that... Okay, whatever

    1/3 is more accurate imo
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I didn't

    Dropped 2 in Bio and Chem.


    My good news:

    Attention:
    I've been offered a place at a Private School on a Full Scholarship that I didn't even apply to :mmm:

    So I'll be going there.
    how the heck did you get a place if you didn't apply :lol:
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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    how the heck did you get a place if you didn't apply :lol:
    :mmm: someone dropped out, they found me, asked for an interview, I passed interview, scholars agreed to fund me
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :mmm: someone dropped out, they found me, asked for an interview, I passed interview, scholars agreed to fund me
    how did they find you?! were you in the paper for your gcses and a-level results or something? don't worry not everyone in private schools are really posh aha
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I know that... Okay, whatever

    1/3 is more accurate imo
    1/3 is 100% accurate and 0.3 with a dot above is 100% accurate-they both are exactly the same thing but 1/3 is the fraction representation of the number and 0.3 with a dot above is the decimal way of representing the number.It could ask in an exam what is the exact value of 1/3 in decimal form and the answer would be 0.3 with a dot on the top.1/3 is a lot neater so I use that generally instead of 0.3 with a dot on the top but I won't allow incorrect maths.

    I don't think I get the same teacher for Further Maths though because I'm getting a minibus to another Sixth Form because not many people applied for Further Maths so my sixth form because its in partnership with 2 other Sixth Forms has agreed to send me off to another Sixth Form with whoever applied at my Sixth Form for Further Maths.Technically, you could say I'm going to attend 2 sixth forms.This could be a good thing though because I'm assuming the teacher at that Sixth Form is probably the most qualified.
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    (Original post by Mathmaticious)
    Most definitely!! Do others not agree that it's the best subject ever?! :yep:
    No Further Maths is the best subject ever much better than Maths-Maths doesn't go far enough.Techno836-I need you to add me to AQA Geography.
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    Anyone watching the live conversation in the house of commons about Syria?
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    (Original post by LeoMantys)
    Anyone watching the live conversation in the house of commons about Syria?
    yes I am do you think we should intervene and go to war with Assads regime?
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    (Original post by Darnell LD97)
    yes I am do you think we should intervene and go to war with Assads regime?
    I don't really know because I'm not good at history and politics... I just watch it for... case of some interest...
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    (Original post by LeoMantys)
    I don't really know because I'm not good at history and politics... I just watch it for... case of some interest...
    :grin: I love History but despise politics and I don't think its necessary for military intervention
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    My other notebooks for sixth form arrived this morning. It feels real now haha
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    (Original post by Mr.Nor)
    My other notebooks for sixth form arrived this morning. It feels real now haha
    What kind of notebooks and how much did they cost
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    Anyone any different? :rolleyes:
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