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    (Original post by gomg)
    Just saw the trailer for 'The Purge' - the storyline sounds interesting but the film itself looks awful
    I'm going to see that with a friend on the day of her last exam . It looks super cheesy but should be entertaining at least
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    (Original post by izzyyc)
    ooh lucky me errmmm, for a-level im hoping to study psychology, economics, history and biology (if i get the grade- you need an A to do it at my school and i messed up the exam)

    uni im not completely sure yet, maybe business or like social sciences

    youve probably already said a million times, but what about you?
    Economics! :woo:

    Studying Maths, Further Maths, Additional Further Maths (:facepalm:), Economics and Computing at A-Level I'd like to take either an Economics or a Mathematics degree and work in a decent proprietary trading firm in Hong Kong.

    And wow, you get to live in Warwickshire! :eek: I would love to live (or study) in Warwick.
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    I didn't know about that until I opened the exam paper.
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    It threw me for a little while because I just cannot spell and when I write I sometimes start the word in the middle and have to go back to the front to finish it...

    I also thought they applied to every 6 marker, apparently it's only one


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    (Original post by izzyyc)
    ooh lucky me errmmm, for a-level im hoping to study psychology, economics, history and biology (if i get the grade- you need an A to do it at my school and i messed up the exam)

    uni im not completely sure yet, maybe business or like social sciences

    youve probably already said a million times, but what about you?
    Hey! Welcome!

    You've got such a diverse range of subjects! Really interesting!


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Haha omg. I noticed that AFTER the exam and i was like... Woah. At least you noticed. And i know exactly what you mean! Lol during my sociology exam i wasn't listening when the invigilator told us to read the front sheet and so when i opened the answer booklet i was like "somethings not right"... Habahahsh had to read it all again and nearly cried. ::


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    Hahaha, I wrote more for those 5 markers than any of my 6 markers...

    Ouch, what did you need to read?

    Oh god, I had a panic before my Biology because everyone in the row next to me had an H on their paper and I didn't so I was convinced I had a foundation paper and throughout the whole thing thought I would leave and realise I did the wrong thing, but it turns out the triple exam isn't split into higher and foundation and I was sat next to a row of dual scientists. I'm such a worrier :lol:


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    (Original post by theslowbaker)
    Hey i am doing OCR
    Are you doing Britain 1890-1918
    I'm doing the Britain paper, which is the other one you're doing?


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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    It threw me for a little while because I just cannot spell and when I write I sometimes start the word in the middle and have to go back to the front to finish it...

    I also thought they applied to every 6 marker, apparently it's only one


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    Omg I thought I was the only one :eek:


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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    Economics! :woo:

    Studying Maths, Further Maths, Additional Further Maths (:facepalm:), Economics and Computing at A-Level I'd like to take either an Economics or a Mathematics degree and work in a decent proprietary trading firm in Hong Kong.

    And wow, you get to live in Warwickshire! :eek: I would love to live (or study) in Warwick.
    that sounds hard.. im not a fan of maths and i dont think its that exciting, im in the south where theres loads of small villages.. but yeah warwick itself is cool- the uni is good for maths etc
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Hey! Welcome!

    You've got such a diverse range of subjects! Really interesting!


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    it is quite a range but i guess its because i dont know what i want to do yet i hope it works out ok haha
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    Am I late?

    My options for A-levels: Maths, Chemistry, History and French/English Literature

    University plans: Clueless!
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    Hahaha, I wrote more for those 5 markers than any of my 6 markers...

    Ouch, what did you need to read?

    Oh god, I had a panic before my Biology because everyone in the row next to me had an H on their paper and I didn't so I was convinced I had a foundation paper and throughout the whole thing thought I would leave and realise I did the wrong thing, but it turns out the triple exam isn't split into higher and foundation and I was sat next to a row of dual scientists. I'm such a worrier :lol:



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    Looool wasn't it the 8 markers that are assessed on SPAG? Damn for the first one i was writing craaap. :/

    Haha i needed to read how to answer the Q's and put the numbers into margins and leave 2 lines. Lol

    LOOOL omg! Same here! I looked at my english question paper last week and all i saw was "anthology" and i was like to te invigilator "omg.. This isnt the right paper" because i thought it wa poetry. I made her look
    Through it and confirm it for me. ::


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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Omg I thought I was the only one :eek:


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    Do you seriously do that!? I told my English teacher that and he told me if it were true they need to make a documentary about me :lol: I thought I was the only one! It's such an inconvenience -.-


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    (Original post by izzyyc)
    hey
    it is quite a range but i guess its because i dont know what i want to do yet i hope it works out ok haha
    Ahh I was going to ask what you were hoping to do with such a range. Lol I guess being open in choice is really good, but it has the disadvantage of cutting off careers that require really specific subjects such as medicine.


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    (Original post by izzyyc)
    hey
    it is quite a range but i guess its because i dont know what i want to do yet i hope it works out ok haha
    Oh hey I live near Warwick...Coventry lol! I guess we own Warwick University though
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Looool wasn't it the 8 markers that are assessed on SPAG? Damn for the first one i was writing craaap. :/

    Haha i needed to read how to answer the Q's and put the numbers into margins and leave 2 lines. Lol

    LOOOL omg! Same here! I looked at my english question paper last week and all i saw was "anthology" and i was like to te invigilator "omg.. This isnt the right paper" because i thought it wa poetry. I made her look
    Through it and confirm it for me. ::


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    Maybe we had a different exam, the biggest questions for us were 6 marks (well, 10 if you include the 4 marks for SPaG)

    Oh, haha :') I think I only left one line on one of my answers because i was 2 mins from finishing and was adding to an answer...oops

    Hahaha! So I'm not the only one! I told my friends and they just said 'only you Mol', hahaha


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Ahh I was going to ask what you were hoping to do with such a range. Lol I guess being open in choice is really good, but it has the disadvantage of cutting off careers that require really specific subjects such as medicine.


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    no yeah i did know it would cut off scientific paths but i was pretty sure i didnt want to go down that route.. im not good with blood ahha
    what are you hoping to do?
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    (Original post by Confucian)
    Oh hey I live near Warwick...Coventry lol! I guess we own Warwick University though
    haha Coventrys cool.. well cooler than where i live anyway
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    (Original post by izzyyc)
    that sounds hard.. im not a fan of maths and i dont think its that exciting, im in the south where theres loads of small villages.. but yeah warwick itself is cool- the uni is good for maths etc
    Everyone has their advantages and weaknesses. I'd fail completely at Biology and Psychology for example.

    Life in the South is rather boring at the moment though. Nothing's ever exciting in Southampton... At least you have some interesting places and a fantastic Uni nearby!
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    (Original post by popburrow)
    Am I late?

    My options for A-levels: Maths, Chemistry, History and French/English Literature

    University plans: Clueless!
    Course not! Welcome to the Year 11 thread! :woo:
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    (Original post by izzyyc)
    haha Coventrys cool.. well cooler than where i live anyway
    Why hello there, I'm afraid I haven't seen you on this thread before. Welcome!

    Ahhhh, Physics tomorrow! :woo: :eek2: At least it's the last exam, after which I'm home free. (Not really, I need to rape companies phones for money )
 
 
 
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