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    (Original post by Pheoa101)
    Nope, not really.I thought I could post genuine questions on here without the need for such immaturity, but alas here you are.
    That's hardly immaturity, it's deducing the role of this thread by eliminating the less likely purposes, like you genuinely being concerned with those grades. Sorry If I offended you though, good luck with your uni application.
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    (Original post by CodeJack)
    That's hardly immaturity, it's deducing the role of this thread by eliminating the less likely purposes, like you genuinely being concerned with those grades. Sorry If I offended you though, good luck with your uni application.
    Thank you but you didn't offend me don't worry, I just didn't feel your input was necessary.
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Hi . Or of the teachers at my school recently told me my GCSE's weren't good enough for me to get into Oxbridge... Would you agree?

    Maths - A*
    Maths (IGCSE) - A*
    Chemistry - A*
    Physics - A*
    Geography - A*
    ICT (x2) - A*
    Biology - A
    English lit - A
    English Lang - A
    History - A
    R.E (short) - A

    (7A* and 5A grades, is this really gonna stop me from getting into Oxbridge!?!?)
    Thanks x
    Your teachers are fools.

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    (Original post by TaylorGang_4)
    Your teachers are fools.
    Aha thanks! I kinda thought this, but didn't wanna seem big headed
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    (Original post by Pheoa101)
    They're amazing, did you get in?
    Hash thanks . I'm in year 12 so haven't applied yet, just thought I'd get your opinions before I went applying
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    (Original post by CodeJack)
    That's hardly immaturity, it's deducing the role of this thread by eliminating the less likely purposes, like you genuinely being concerned with those grades. Sorry If I offended you though, good luck with your uni application.
    A poor deduction I'd say tbh, it's highly unlikely that the OP made this thread just to show off. His/her grades are pretty good, but compared to many people on this site they are nothing to write home about.
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    (Original post by justinawe)
    A poor deduction I'd say tbh, it's highly unlikely that the OP made this thread just to show off. His/her grades are pretty good, but compared to many people on this site they are nothing to write home about.
    Comment is one week old, probably didn't need to reply.
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    (Original post by CodeJack)
    Comment is one week old, probably didn't need to reply.
    Week-old nonsense is still nonsense.

    I wasn't the one who revived this thread, anyway (though I don't think posting after a week counts as "reviving").
 
 
 
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