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    Am I the only one that writes 12[insert form letter] on all hwks/assignments? 3 weeks in, and it hasn't quite sunk in that I'm one of the oldest at my school now
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    (Original post by oyyoyy)
    Am I the only one that writes 12[insert form letter] on all hwks/assignments? 3 weeks in, and it hasn't quite sunk in that I'm one of the oldest at my school now
    Nope, I do too- I signed myself out of school as a year 12 the other day, a teacher corrected me so I crossed it out and wrote 12 again, before doing the same thing signing back in about half an hour later. He couldn't stop laughing at me


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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Haha I didn't even have to negotiate ! . Yup haha, do you know my school then :ninja:

    You hope its less A*s ?
    Very weird that's the case since you're used to having to prove yourself there. Haha you told me remember lol, but yeah I know it

    A* predictions don't really have any advantages for medicine, so I'd rather stay realistic
    (Original post by furryface12)
    That just about sums up where I live except I'm probably even more in the middle of nowhere- at least keele's got Newcastle near it

    I think it was as much the teachers with chemistry I didn't like, were they as good as one of the physics ones I might have enjoyed it more but I just didn't get on with them and ended up basically self teaching it all, as I did with GCSE. I can see why people find it interesting though

    I hear leicester's good for medicine- I might apply there for physics too if I go for that. Where's HYMS? Not heard of that one before. Are you applying for chemistry as a fifth option?


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    I'm sure its not that bad. It must be cool though when you tell people where you live and they're like :lolwut:

    That's the case with most teachers tbh. You get the odd few who makes lessons enjoyable, other than that, they make you dread it.

    Leicester is a great uni in general you should, well if you want too. Hull-York medical school, they're two unis but they do admissions together and stuff. I'm applying for pharmacy now
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    I'm sure its not that bad. It must be cool though when you tell people where you live and they're like :lolwut:

    That's the case with most teachers tbh. You get the odd few who makes lessons enjoyable, other than that, they make you dread it.

    Leicester is a great uni in general you should, well if you want too. Hull-York medical school, they're two unis but they do admissions together and stuff. I'm applying for pharmacy now
    It is quite funny tbf, people are like 'where are you from?' 'Shropshire' 'oh... Right... Sooo *insert subject change here*

    Ohh I have heard of that, someone a couple of years above me went a few years ago :yep: And I thought about pharmacy for a bit, that was before I realised how bad I was at chemistry though :lol:




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    (Original post by furryface12)
    It is quite funny tbf, people are like 'where are you from?' 'Shropshire' 'oh... Right... Sooo *insert subject change here*

    Ohh I have heard of that, someone a couple of years above me went a few years ago :yep: And I thought about pharmacy for a bit, that was before I realised how bad I was at chemistry though :lol:




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    Oh right :rolleyes: sooo.... :lol:

    Oh wow, that's great. This sounds stupid, but do you need chemistry for pharmacy? Maybe pharmacology?
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Oh right :rolleyes: sooo.... :lol:

    Oh wow, that's great. This sounds stupid, but do you need chemistry for pharmacy? Maybe pharmacology?
    :lol: Apparently you're another one that doesn't know where it is then

    Yeah you do, most say two sciences including chemistry with biology as a preferred but not compulsory option. I think I'll just stick to the physics side of things personally, or maybe even engineering or something


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    :lol: Apparently you're another one that doesn't know where it is then

    Yeah you do, most say two sciences including chemistry with biology as a preferred but not compulsory option. I think I'll just stick to the physics side of things personally, or maybe even engineering or something


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    So sorry about that. My geography is pretty poor to be fair

    Oh right, I see then, at least you've got the physics side like you said
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    So sorry about that. My geography is pretty poor to be fair

    Oh right, I see then, at least you've got the physics side like you said
    Don't worry, I'm used to it! And yep, at least that narrows my options a little bit


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    I need a bit of help with my ucas form! How do I enter my AS cash in grade?

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    Hmm, if I retake an AS exam in my A2 year, will I have to resubmit the whole AS level for regrading?
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    How would you draw the graph for 6e^2x?


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    (Original post by Farringtonn)
    How would you draw the graph for 6e^2x?


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    Do it in steps

    Step 1: Draw y=e^x

    Step 2: Draw y=e^2x (you can skip step 1 if you can remember this graph)

    Step 3: Multiply y-coordinates by scale factor 6, making it a more steeper graph crossing at (0,6) Now you have y=6e^2x
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Do it in steps

    Step 1: Draw y=e^x

    Step 2: Draw y=e^2x (you can skip step 1 if you can remember this graph)

    Step 3: Multiply y-coordinates by scale factor 6, making it a more steeper graph crossing at (0,6) Now you have y=6e^2x
    E^2x crosses at (0,1) doesn't it ?


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    (Original post by Farringtonn)
    E^2x crosses at (0,1) doesn't it ?


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    Yup y=e^{2x} When x=0 y=e^{2(0)}=1
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    (Original post by Choppie)
    Hmm, if I retake an AS exam in my A2 year, will I have to resubmit the whole AS level for regrading?
    Surely it would just contribute to the whole A level, in which case that grade would override the AS one anyway?


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    University is so tiring :yawn:
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    University is so tiring :yawn:
    :teeth: Spill the beans! What've you been up to?
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    University is so tiring :yawn:
    Do tell

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    (Original post by lilGem)
    University is so tiring :yawn:
    How is it?


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    Economics markschemes are so ridiculous :sigh:
 
 
 
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