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    (Original post by Mikeortolan)
    This is why I hate TSR.


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    (Original post by DatFundle)
    Yes you should be, 3 As is kind of average in the modern times. I got a*a*B and i am pretty disgusted at getting a b which is terrible. As are average and not great in my opinion.
    I am pretty disgusted too. Shame on you.
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    (Original post by desdemonata)
    Back in my time?

    Mate I'm 18 not 38 :facepalm:
    Oh sorry thought you were a uni student or something.
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    No one really cares about your A level results past results day to be honest. It becomes old news to your peers. Just focus on the future now
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    (Original post by nothepreacher)
    Oh sorry thought you were a uni student or something.
    I am. I just finished my first year. But why does that make me some old geezer with no grasp on A level grades?
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    (Original post by PotterLaw)
    Agreed.

    Stop obsessing over "only" getting 3A's. come join us in the real world where you realise no one gives a s***.
    Don't be that guy at Uni that walks around asking everyone's A level results. Everyone hates that guy


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    I can picture this so well haha :rofl:
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    (Original post by nothepreacher)
    And the reason being?
    Because believe it or not, A-Levels simply qualify you to get into uni. Once you're at uni, they're a virtually meaningless qualification. Get over it, enjoy your gap yah and get on with the rest of your life. Christ, if 3 A's is cause for you to be unhappy, you're going to be so disappointed at uni.
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    The A* grade is an evil installment which undermines the achievements of people who get an A. Nobody likes to feel inferior, so in a way I understand. The 'A' grade is universally thought of as the best grade, so if you get an A* in anything at A-Level, people quickly label you as a genius and worship the ground you tread on (stupid people do anyway). The thing is, it's often an absence of social life which contributes towards the attainment of that ****ing grade. Anyone can do well for themselves if they put their ****ing minds to it!
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    (Original post by nothepreacher)
    I am a girlie, thanks.
    I really don't care


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    ...get a grip. Now I understand that your genius is infinite and you are a special snowflake capable of anything, but get over it. There are worse problems to have, if you complained about this in the real world everyone would just think your a ****.


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