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    (Original post by techno836)
    haha then I will have lots of fun :lol:

    well I always call it tea but it is dinner as it's the largest meal I've had today :lol:
    Breakfast lunch tea - but I'm definitely not a northerner! I'm near Bristol!!


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    (Original post by techno836)
    no you can still do exams in june in year 12
    That's good.
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    (Original post by elixirs)
    Ahhaha, it's okay 'lass'
    Leave him alone. He's just come home from t'pub n 'ad 'is tea. Yorkshire puddings and greyvee(gravy). It's hard to but an accent in text:cool:
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    (Original post by techno836)
    I'm a guy :rofl: you're a lass :lol:

    I didn't know the male 'lass' equivalent so I stuck it in for a joke anyway
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    (Original post by techno836)
    I like your avatar
    Thank you I like yours too!

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    What's the point. There is no advantage to be gained in that.
    I know! I'm going to a new school in September, and everyone does it then. I won't be able to resit anything the next year if I screw up those exams

    (Original post by zed963)
    Won't that be happening to everyone? Everyone does exams in June and it's linear?
    Nope, not everyone. Most people do AS's in Year 12, and A2's in Year 13, not all exams at the end of second year

    (Original post by techno836)
    nope sorry ...but if you are :console: i'm sorry
    I am It freaking sucks
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    (Original post by elixirs)
    I didn't know the male 'lass' equivalent so I stuck it in for a joke anyway
    Lad?

    :dontknow:
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    (Original post by zed963)
    Don't you use it for the bus student discount?
    There's a bus student discount?!? I don't get the bus often, but I would if there was a discount!! At the moment it's cheaper to get a bristol day rider (£6) than a return to my local shopping centre, which is about 20 minutes away (£6.60). It's ridiculous!!


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    (Original post by tess_rach)
    I call it tea too - but I'm definitely not a northerner! I'm near Bristol!!


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    haha :five:

    (Original post by zed963)
    That's good.
    I know right ..i'd hate 18 exams all at end of year 13 ..i'd cry and breakdown :lol:

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Leave him alone. He's just come home from t'pub n 'ad 'is tea. Yorkshire puddings and greyvee(gravy). It's hard to but an accent in text:cool:
    haha that is sooooo how we talk .... all of the o's in to's just cannot enter Yorkshire!!

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    I didn't know the male 'lass' equivalent so I stuck it in for a joke anyway
    haha well its 'lad' actually but I hate that it's alright just checking
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Leave him alone. He's just come home from t'pub n 'ad 'is tea. Yorkshire puddings and greyvee(gravy). It's hard to but an accent in text:cool:
    :teehee::teehee::teehee: Oh my god, I'm going to hell for laughing, but at least I won't be alone huh!
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    (Original post by zed963)
    Don't you use it for the bus student discount?
    This doesn't exist everywhere, unfortunately.
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    (Original post by tess_rach)
    There's a bus student discount?!? I don't get the bus often, but I would if there was a discount!! At the moment it's cheaper to get a bristol day rider (£6) than a return to my local shopping centre, which is about 20 minutes away (£6.60). It's ridiculous!!


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    That price sounds about right. But it is ridiculous.
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    i am sooo scared about my results, the A-level results reminded me of the dreaded day
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    (Original post by overthelove)
    Thank you I like yours too!



    I know! I'm going to a new school in September, and everyone does it then. I won't be able to resit anything the next year if I screw up those exams



    Nope, not everyone. Most people do AS's in Year 12, and A2's in Year 13, not all exams at the end of second year



    I am It freaking sucks
    its a direwolf from Game of Thrones :love: ..and yeah that definitely sucks :console: You might need a lot of luck/timetables ..harder you work luckier you get
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    (Original post by Cluck)
    This doesn't exist everywhere, unfortunately.
    My sixth form don't provide us with any student ID. They recommend getting a NUS card which they believe can be used to get a bus discount seen as my sixth form is 10 miles away.
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    (Original post by techno836)



    haha well its 'lad' actually but I hate that it's alright just checking
    They say it here too! Which makes it all the more pitiful, northern wannabes
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    (Original post by elixirs)
    They say it here too! Which makes it all the more pitiful, northern wannabes
    What about pal?
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    (Original post by overthelove)
    Thank you I like yours too!



    I know! I'm going to a new school in September, and everyone does it then. I won't be able to resit anything the next year if I screw up those exams



    Nope, not everyone. Most people do AS's in Year 12, and A2's in Year 13, not all exams at the end of second year



    I am It freaking sucks
    Well if you've learnt all the AS content in Year 12 you can enter as a private candidate but it's costly.
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    (Original post by elixirs)
    They say it here too! Which makes it all the more pitiful, northern wannabes
    strange I always though lad and lass were more Scottish .... THEY MUST OF SPREAD :eek:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Lad?

    :dontknow:
    I suppose, but they say it here too!
    Needs a copyright, after being stolen by southeners
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)

    Moral. Don't get set on a grade until you get them
    I agree :cry:
    I thought I'd got my A* in Maths by a good 5-7 marks. In the end I was 3 marks off it.

    Anyways, congratulations on your amazing A-Level results :party:. Don't beat yourself down on not getting what you wanted. You're most likely going to re-take anyway and your current results are ones that some A-Level students would kill for. + you've done them 3 years early- which means...
    You're a genius :eek:
 
 
 
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