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    A*A*A* (A2 only)
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    5.80%
    A*A*A (A2 only)
    169
    5.11%
    A*AA (A2 only)
    285
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    4.08%
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    (Original post by ninjass)
    Yepppp noone will know - i dont wamt to tell that i did well if the others didnt do as well
    But what if your friends who did well tell you their grades? And surely they'll be happy for you?

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    (Original post by zoex101)
    Also anyone who does OCR biology, do you think the grade boundaries for F214 and F215 will be low? pls
    I was thinking maybe 42 for F214 and 67 for F215 for A's?? I really don't know how to feel about them!


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    so when do grade boundaries come out?
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    (Original post by nomophobia)
    But what if your friends who did well tell you their grades? And surely they'll be happy for you?

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    If they tell me their grades willingly and if I do well then ok I may tell. But if I do bad then they wont know anyhting
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    I love going in and collecting my results, you get to see people and teachers and stuff. idk there's always such a buzz which I really like.
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    In my first go of year 12 I didn't sit any exams bc I was really ill throughout the year but I went to results day for moral support for my best friend. The local newspaper took a picture of me looking at someone else's results and it turned out to be on the front of the paper with the headline like 'Another year of A-Level student success!' erm nah mate, not for me oops :lol:
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    (Original post by dragonsonmars)
    I love going in and collecting my results, you get to see people and teachers and stuff. idk there's always such a buzz which I really like.
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    In my first go of year 12 I didn't sit any exams bc I was really ill throughout the year but I went to results day for moral support for my best friend. The local newspaper took a picture of me looking at someone else's results and it turned out to be on the front of the paper with the headline like 'Another year of A-Level student success!' erm nah mate, not for me oops :lol:
    If I do well ill go in school . I may cry though as I am going to miss my friends SOOOOOO MUCCCCHHHHHHH
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    (Original post by dragonsonmars)
    I love going in and collecting my results, you get to see people and teachers and stuff. idk there's always such a buzz which I really like.
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    In my first go of year 12 I didn't sit any exams bc I was really ill throughout the year but I went to results day for moral support for my best friend. The local newspaper took a picture of me looking at someone else's results and it turned out to be on the front of the paper with the headline like 'Another year of A-Level student success!' erm nah mate, not for me oops :lol:
    I'm actually not dreading going in. Last year when I was picking up my GCSE results from my old school, I literally had to be pulled along by my dad as right in front of me were my bullies, the people who had made my life hell for 5 years, which only added to the high levels of anxiety. This year is great. I don't have to walk in to a school building feeling sick with fear that I'll see them again, and that's an amazing feeling to have.


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    (Original post by ninjass)
    If I do well ill go in school . I may cry though as I am going to miss my friends SOOOOOO MUCCCCHHHHHHH
    Seriously me too like I've made some amazing friends in the year below me and people in my year are all parting ways to go to uni/work ect. It's really sad! :cry:I'm sure you've done fabulously in your exams btw! good luck, I hope you get what you're hoping for!

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    I'm actually not dreading going in. Last year when I was picking up my GCSE results from my old school, I literally had to be pulled along by my dad as right in front of me were my bullies, the people who had made my life hell for 5 years, which only added to the high levels of anxiety. This year is great. I don't have to walk in to a school building feeling sick with fear that I'll see them again, and that's an amazing feeling to have.


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    That's amazing, I'm so happy for you! I bet your exams went far more smoothly this year because of that as well. you're strong for making it through and even going to your results day! I'm glad that this year will be much better for you. Good luck - I hope you get the results you're hoping for!
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    (Original post by AnnekaChan173)
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    I'm thinking they'll be similar to last years, have faith!
    Most people found f215 easy though, what did you think of it?
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    (Original post by Saywhatyoumean)
    I was thinking maybe 42 for F214 and 67 for F215 for A's?? I really don't know how to feel about them!


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    I feel like i ****ed them up so bad. If I don't get in to uni its probably gunna be because of biology
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    (Original post by dragonsonmars)
    Seriously me too like I've made some amazing friends in the year below me and people in my year are all parting ways to go to uni/work ect. It's really sad! :cry:I'm sure you've done fabulously in your exams btw! good luck, I hope you get what you're hoping for!



    That's amazing, I'm so happy for you! I bet your exams went far more smoothly this year because of that as well. you're strong for making it through and even going to your results day! I'm glad that this year will be much better for you. Good luck - I hope you get the results you're hoping for!
    Thank you it was a long and hard battle, but here I am today. They went much more smoothly, as I was doing subjects I enjoyed and I had nothing negative to distract me from that! So hopefully my results will mirror that! Good luck to you too!

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    This is probably on a previous page but did anyone have any thoughts on AQA C3 and C4 grade boundaries?
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    (Original post by dragonsonmars)
    Seriously me too like I've made some amazing friends in the year below me and people in my year are all parting ways to go to uni/work ect. It's really sad! :cry:I'm sure you've done fabulously in your exams btw! good luck, I hope you get what you're hoping for!



    That's amazing, I'm so happy for you! I bet your exams went far more smoothly this year because of that as well. you're strong for making it through and even going to your results day! I'm glad that this year will be much better for you. Good luck - I hope you get the results you're hoping for!
    Thanknyou so much - i hope the same for you . Even ive made some lovely friends and its so sad to leave behind lovely memories-i sometimes cry just thinking about them. Ive had a lot of friendship breakups recently but the friends ve made are close to irreplacable and itll be hard being far away from them
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    (Original post by thevamps99xo)
    Thank you it was a long and hard battle, but here I am today. They went much more smoothly, as I was doing subjects I enjoyed and I had nothing negative to distract me from that! So hopefully my results will mirror that! Good luck to you too!

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    I hope the best happens for you
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    (Original post by zoex101)
    I feel like i ****ed them up so bad. If I don't get in to uni its probably gunna be because of biology
    I'm sure you didn't! I certainly didn't find either of them easy so I would hope the boundaries are lower than my guess :/

    If I don't get in it will be because of chem😭I made so many stupid mistakes


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    Imagine doing everything right for 3 years.

    Only needing 209 UMS in Edexcel Maths S2 to get into the med school of your dreams.

    Then getting
    60/75 in C3
    67/75 in C4
    48/75 in S2

    ****ing kill me pls. Goodbye med school :/
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    (Original post by Gradtocket45)
    Imagine doing everything right for 3 years.

    Only needing 209 UMS in Edexcel Maths S2 to get into the med school of your dreams.

    Then getting
    60/75 in C3
    67/75 in C4
    48/75 in S2

    ****ing kill me pls. Goodbye med school :/
    209 in s2?
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    (Original post by ninjass)
    209 in s2?
    think he meant A2

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    (Original post by Gradtocket45)
    Imagine doing everything right for 3 years.

    Only needing 209 UMS in Edexcel Maths S2 to get into the med school of your dreams.

    Then getting
    60/75 in C3
    67/75 in C4
    48/75 in S2

    ****ing kill me pls. Goodbye med school :/
    i don't do edexcel, but why would that not equate to 209 UMS overall? if you got, say, 80 in C3 and 90 in C4 then you only need 39 in S2!
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    Meant A2
 
 
 
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