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    Mornin' all. :hat2:
    Morning
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    665 on my UKCAT...not bad, quite pleased actually... I thought I'd do much worse :lol:
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    665 on my UKCAT...not bad, quite pleased actually... I thought I'd do much worse :lol:
    Well done
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    Yay, I just found out I won't have to take any language tests when applying to UCL.
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    665 on my UKCAT...not bad, quite pleased actually... I thought I'd do much worse :lol:
    Congratulations that's amazing
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    665 on my UKCAT...not bad, quite pleased actually... I thought I'd do much worse :lol:
    Well done man! Not bad? More like great score!
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    Thanks all!
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    This history essay question is making me want to cry, ahhh

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    IB, anyone...?

    I'm in desperate need of a shoulder to cry on and then some words of comfort
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    This history essay question is making me want to cry, ahhh

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    What are you studying? We are doing French Revolution...
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    What are you studying? We are doing French Revolution...
    Doing 'From Kaiser to Führer: Germany, 1900-45'! This essay is so awfully difficult and confusing though, I feel as if I'm doing it completely wrong! Oooh very nice

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    IB, anyone...?

    I'm in desperate need of a shoulder to cry on and then some words of comfort
    Don't think there're any IBers on this thread Feel free to post your rant or whatever on here anyway though (or PM me), I'm sure someone will be able to help


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    Doing 'From Kaiser to Führer: Germany, 1900-45'! This essay is so awfully difficult and confusing though, I feel as if I'm doing it completely wrong! Oooh very nice

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    I did that topic!
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I did that topic!
    :woo:

    Much prefer learning about Nazi Germany rather than the Second Reich. I'm dying of boredom trying to write this essay!

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    The French revolution is worse than watching paint dry! We've got 2 teachers one doing the firsyvhalf and ome doing the second half... But they are teaching it at the same time so o don't really have a clue whats going on in the second half! haha
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    :woo:

    Much prefer learning about Nazi Germany rather than the Second Reich. I'm dying of boredom trying to write this essay!

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    So what aspect of it you looking at?
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    So what aspect of it you looking at?
    Well at the moment I'm having to answer: "The political establishment in Germany succeeded in maintaining the political status quo through a policy of moderate reform." How far do you agree with this statement?

    So having to write about the reforms of Bethmann-Hollweg and von Bülow, Flottenpolitik, Weltpolitik etc, and obviously just all the political stuff which I'm not massively keen on just finding the question very ambiguous.
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Well at the moment I'm having to answer: "The political establishment in Germany succeeded in maintaining the political status quo through a policy of moderate reform." How far do you agree with this statement?

    So having to write about the reforms of Bethmann-Hollweg and von Bülow, Flottenpolitik, Weltpolitik etc, and obviously just all the political stuff which I'm not massively keen on just finding the question very ambiguous.
    Aaah, I didn't do much...

    I feel unacquainted

    Off Twitter! Do your homework

    My followers are slowing down to a halt!
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Aaah, I didn't do much...

    I feel unacquainted

    Off Twitter! Do your homework

    My followers are slowing down to a halt!
    Oh sorry haha Don't be silly!

    Nuh uh I can't bring myself to finish it!

    You've still got LOADS. And in such a short space of time too (excuse the slight pun)

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