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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    I asked if I could take French as a 5th but I wasn't allowed I wish I could do psychology too but my school doesn't offer it -.-

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    that's a shame My school offers loads of stuff ..doesn't offer law or human Bio though :lol:

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    New friend, novia is girlfriend
    dayumn I was close ... it was an easy mistake and I haven't done any Spanish for over a year :lol:
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    dayumn I was close ... it was an easy mistake and I haven't done any Spanish for over a year :lol:
    Aha it was by far the most stressful GCSE I took!
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    Aha it was by far the most stressful GCSE I took!
    I enjoyed it. Multiple choice always helps
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    Aha it was by far the most stressful GCSE I took!
    I know haha having 6 hours to write and MEMORISE at least an A4 sheet of paper to write :O ... I still did it, word for word :smug::lol:
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    (Original post by Cynical.)
    Thank you very much!
    You're very welcome good luck with your GCSE results
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    THANKYOU! And I will end up messaging you about chemistry because I know I'll struggle :lol: I've done AQA IGCSE so that might help with the topics, but we've just been told that GCSE is basically all lies so who knows.


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    That's completely fine, it'll be great to go back to AS stuff next year
    If you've done AQA iGCSE, you've got a solid foundation, but I understand what you mean. You'll find a lot of stuff you cover at AS contradicting what you've learnt at GCSE such as electron arrangement and what an electron actually is (physics goes into a LOT of detail with this) but its quite easy to pick up since it makes more sense.

    At GCSE, I couldn't distinguish the difference between a covalent bond and an ionic bond, it seems so simple now

    Good luck for Thursday
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    I did AQA GCSE :awesome: and thankyou for the clarification
    Ah right, you'll probably find the ISAs easier than others, so you should do well in them

    You're welcome and good luck for your results on Thursday!
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    I enjoyed it. Multiple choice always helps
    The language exams are always easy it's the CA's that killed me
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    I keep wondering why I'm subscribed to a yr 12 thread and then I remember that I'm old now.

    Old fart.
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    (Original post by Gretel_)
    The language exams are always easy it's the CA's that killed me
    I used to stress so much about CAs, then after I messed the first one up (in both languages) I was okay with them


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    You're very welcome good luck with your GCSE results

    That's completely fine, it'll be great to go back to AS stuff next year
    If you've done AQA iGCSE, you've got a solid GCSE, but I understand what you mean. You'll find a lot of stuff you cover at AS contradicting what you've learnt at GCSE such as electron arrangement and what an electron actually is (physics goes into a LOT of detail with this) but its quite easy to pick up since it makes more sense.

    At GCSE, I couldn't distinguish the difference between a covalent bond and an ionic bond, it seems so simple now

    Good luck for Thursday


    Ah right, you'll probably find the ISAs easier than others, so you should do well in them

    You're welcome and good luck for your results on Thursday!
    I hope so especially my A2 ISA because I really want to try for an A* and thankyou

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    I keep wondering why I'm subscribed to a yr 12 thread and then I remember that I'm old now.

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    a 12 year old dog ... that's very old
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    (Original post by Gretel_)
    The language exams are always easy it's the CA's that killed me
    They're not that bad. Everyone in my school made out to other people that Spanish GCSE was one of the hardest ones when it really isn't.
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    I keep wondering why I'm subscribed to a yr 12 thread and then I remember that I'm old now.

    Old fart.
    I know the feeling, next December I'm an adult.
    A freaking adult!
    D:


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    I hope so especially my A2 ISA because I really want to try for an A* and thankyou

    You don't have to worry about A2 now just focus on getting through the AS first
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    I know the feeling, next December I'm an adult.
    A freaking adult!
    D:
    I'm an adult next October.

    I can't be an adult for ****s sake I still watch Arthur and giggle at 'That's what she said' jokes.
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    I used to stress so much about CAs, then after I messed the first one up (in both languages) I was okay with them


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    They just took ages to prepare for and urgh. They were horrid
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    I'm not an adult till next next July
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    You don't have to worry about A2 now just focus on getting through the AS first
    haha I know but doing a good AS ISA bodes well for A2
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    haha I know but doing a good AS ISA bodes well for A2

    You'd actually be very surprised
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    You're very welcome good luck with your GCSE results

    That's completely fine, it'll be great to go back to AS stuff next year
    If you've done AQA iGCSE, you've got a solid GCSE, but I understand what you mean. You'll find a lot of stuff you cover at AS contradicting what you've learnt at GCSE such as electron arrangement and what an electron actually is (physics goes into a LOT of detail with this) but its quite easy to pick up since it makes more sense.

    At GCSE, I couldn't distinguish the difference between a covalent bond and an ionic bond, it seems so simple now

    Good luck for Thursday


    Ah right, you'll probably find the ISAs easier than others, so you should do well in them

    You're welcome and good luck for your results on Thursday!
    Thank you I take it you're carrying on Chemistry next/this year?


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    What's classed as an 'adult'?! I don't want to be one
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    You'd actually be very surprised
    Oh haha :L
 
 
 
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