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    (Original post by sarah09_)
    Someone in my year does this but they still failed all their january exams so I guess it doesn't help that much.


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    Oh right, I guess it will catch up to him then.
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    (Original post by Fuzzy12345)
    Well, considering you're so much of a scraff that you're willing to reveal his identity and his location on a student forum, I don't really see what's stopping you from informing your exam officer
    Just for the record, I have never casually urinated in public...
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    wow 3 negs. At least I'm trying to resolve the situation and not afraid of identifying the individual.

    Thanks for the +1 though.
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    Snitches get stitches :P
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    (Original post by JAJC)
    Snitches get stitches :P
    lol, I'm bigger than him xD
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    Sounds like you're jealous. No one likes a snitch. He will get caught eventually.
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    (Original post by REASON_Lighters)
    Just for the record, I have never casually urinated in public...
    OK so you don't casually urinate in public, you seriously urinate in public?

    Also, what???
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    Just worry about yourself - you have exams, focus on them rather than wasting time on other people. It is clear he is a low life, things will eventually catch up to him.
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    You made this post about the same person.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=2353086


    Are you just trying to run a campaign against him by making up accusations on an internet forum?
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    (Original post by sarah09_)
    This is so true! People who are just bad at spelling naturally have to work on this but people who have dyslexia just use it as an excuse and don't make an effort to improve so what's the difference?


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    It is more than that, I (and many other people with dyslexia) find it harder to read and write so it takes longer to read the questions and write down our answers.
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    OK so you don't casually urinate in public, you seriously urinate in public?

    Also, what???
    No I responding to the comment made 'Fuzzy12345' assumed that was what 'scraff' meant, first post.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=scraff
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    (Original post by SimpleTom)
    Just worry about yourself - you have exams, focus on them rather than wasting time on other people. It is clear he is a low life, things will eventually catch up to him.
    That's very true thank you for your advice I will do this. Appreciate your response.
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    (Original post by james22)
    You made this post about the same person.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=2353086


    Are you just trying to run a campaign against him by making up accusations on an internet forum?
    nope, contrasting posts.

    Not accusations based on fact and his word.
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    (Original post by chelseafan)
    Sounds like you're jealous. No one likes a snitch. He will get caught eventually.
    I'm not jealous I just dont think its fair, ok then I will leave it to him, to cause his own demise.
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    (Original post by prayforbetterdays)
    Dyslexia is just a middle class disease to cover up stupidity or laziness.
    It's not real


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    Ridiculous. It has been proven, time and time again through diagnostic tests and MRI scans, to be a neurological disorder, accepted by thousands of neurologists all over the world.
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    Saying that he is cheating is serious, if you're wrong (although you sound pretty sure) a lot could go wrong for you. Just keep that in mind
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    (Original post by sarah09_)
    This is so true! People who are just bad at spelling naturally have to work on this but people who have dyslexia just use it as an excuse and don't make an effort to improve so what's the difference?


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    You think that dyslexia is just about people who struggle to spell? You have just shown that you have not got a clue what dyslexia is. I suggest you read up about it, and talk to dyslexics about this disability.
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    (Original post by REASON_Lighters)
    I'm not jealous I just dont think its fair, ok then I will leave it to him, to cause his own demise.
    Clearly you are. I hate snitches. If I could cheat and get away it I would. Life isn't fair.
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    Pulling out a phone to cheat in A level exams... My word, your invigilators must be crap :smug:

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    Someone is clearly jelous
 
 
 
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