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    (Original post by Gunni098)
    I'm not wasting my time arguing with an immature 18+ year old who simply is a hypocrite, also who loves to get the thesaurus out to make themselves look intelligent with these spontaneous words. If you have a life you wouldn't spend it on trying to criticise other people. I thought you're mature and obviously those kind of people don't bother arguing with a stranger. I am not bothered one bit by your conceitedness and how you think you're better than anyone else. You bore me with the way you constantly wanting to argue all the time. Get a life -_-'
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    (Original post by Gunni098)
    At least I have more maturity than an 18+ year old who swears and throws abuse at people. Oh this is now a grammar school where your spellings need to be correct. Lmao you're very hypocritical when you say "childish for picking at one thing" yet you picked on one thing with the spelling of "pedantic" lmfao youre such a hypocritical immature guy.

    My information helps people and I know it so I won't listen to some guy with his head up his own arse. Its really funny how youre reacting. (Oh I forgot its grammar school, oops, you're*)

    Because mature kids behave the way you do
    Please grow up, sort your grammar out and actually research the stuff you post on here before posting it.
    OP specifically said Oxbridge and LSE and it's been shown that Oxbridge and LSE strongly favour further maths... Yet you told him to do Physics. Well done.
    Back down and learn to admit when you're incorrect. Your so-called 'advice' could have seriously harmed his chances, had he decided to follow it. It's not helpful at all.
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    (Original post by thechemistress)
    Please grow up, sort your grammar out and actually research the stuff you post on here before posting it.
    OP specifically said Oxbridge and LSE and it's been shown that Oxbridge and LSE strongly favour further maths... Yet you told him to do Physics. Well done.
    Back down and learn to admit when you're incorrect. Your so-called 'advice' could have seriously harmed his chances, had he decided to follow it. It's not helpful at all.
    And who do you think you are getting involved?
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    As someone who has done physics at a-level i would suggest that you stay well away from it. The a-level content is absolutely dire, dry and boring which led me to detest it. If you're interested in space, relativity etc then an a-level in physics isn't for you my friend.

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    (Original post by Gunni098)
    And who do you think you are getting involved?
    I'm not 'getting involved' in anything; this is not some petty schoolgirl *****fest. I'm merely correcting you. As I said before, grow up.
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    (Original post by Ronove)
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    Kudos to you for providing a few truths. I think this one is a lost cause though
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    (Original post by QuantumSuicide)
    As someone who has done physics at a-level i would suggest that you stay well away from it. The a-level content is absolutely dire, dry and boring which led me to detest it. If you're interested in space, relativity etc then an a-level in physics isn't for you my friend.

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    Which exam board were you on? Also, was your opinion common in your year about physics because I'm taking it next year :eek:
 
 
 
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