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    (Original post by tohaaaa)
    Don't, your mind does this to you as you come up to results day, it makes you think you done crap

    And for some reason it reminds you of all the small mistakes you made....
    Happened to me last year as well!

    Terrible feeling! :mad::mad::mad:
    Thanks for the advice
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    (Original post by sr-96)
    I'm thinking of that too, are you taking Further Maths at A level?
    yep, are you too? what other subjects are you taking?
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    Guys, I need your help and have a question which might benefit others.

    What is a polite way to tell
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    that you don't want to tell them your results?


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    (Original post by CD223)
    Guys, I need your help and have a question which might benefit others.

    What is a polite way to tell
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    3) teachers
    that you don't want to tell them your results?


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    'I don't want to tell anyone' is what I'd say


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    (Original post by LikeNarnia)
    'I don't want to tell anyone' is what I'd say


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    Would you say being that straightforward sounds polite enough not o annoy people? I suppose "I'd rather not say" or something like that could work...

    I just don't want to sound impolite or anything.


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    (Original post by CD223)
    Guys, I need your help and have a question which might benefit others.

    What is a polite way to tell
    1) friends
    2) other people
    3) teachers
    that you don't want to tell them your results?


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    You could open them in private (e.g. in a corner or in the toilets of your school) and then when people ask what you've got, just say "I haven't opened them yet, I wanna wait till I get home" or something along the lines of that? Or as you've posted below, a simple "I'd rather not say" is more than polite
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    (Original post by mascot of NI)
    I thought that generally it was quite straightforward but the last question about whether an elderly person could be an effective consumer was really vague. How did you find it?
    I felt the same way there was a few marks on the first page about vitamin A that I know I lost quite silly marks really.. Hope the grade boundaries are quite low, do you have any ideas on the grade boundaries?


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    good luck with the GSCE results,hope everyone gets what the deserve.Very nervous.:confused:
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    New to this thread but have been nervously waiting for the last week. Looking forward to opening the envelope and just seeing what i have got!

    I am waiting for:

    AQA: English Language and English Literature
    Physics, Chemistry, Biology
    R.E
    Geography

    OCR: French and German
    Maths, Methods of Maths and Applications of Maths

    Edexcel: History

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    its okay,just relax people,everyone will get what they deserve,sorry if this message is offensive to someone.
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    (Original post by CD223)
    Guys, I need your help and have a question which might benefit others.

    What is a polite way to tell
    1) friends
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    3) teachers
    that you don't want to tell them your results?


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    "I don't want to tell you my results."
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    Good luck everyone with your results. Remember being in this position last year, really hope everything goes well for you guys!


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    If you guys do really well, just remember this:

    A-Levels are so much harder, so you can't just ride them out like some (but not all; I appreciate a lot of people worked incredibly hard for their GCSEs) people do for GCSEs; consistent effort and concentration is key for getting all As/A*s at AS/A-Level. Just warning you!
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    Should I do A level Sociology or A Level Geography both AQA Exam Boards please give pros and cons of both for studying for medicine and also pros and cons of how hard they are and work load much appreciated thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu Btw I have picked Biology, Chemistry and Psychology
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    (Original post by laylarose)
    You could open them in private (e.g. in a corner or in the toilets of your school) and then when people ask what you've got, just say "I haven't opened them yet, I wanna wait till I get home" or something along the lines of that? Or as you've posted below, a simple "I'd rather not say" is more than polite
    Do not say this-if someone said that to me I would interpret it as them saying "I failed them all".It sounds as if you are too embarrassed to say your results.Just say "I would like to keep my results confidential please"
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    (Original post by TauMuon)
    If you guys do really well, just remember this:

    A-Levels are so much harder, so you can't just ride them out like some (but not all; I appreciate a lot of people worked incredibly hard for their GCSEs) people do for GCSEs; consistent effort and concentration is key for getting all As/A*s at AS/A-Level. Just warning you!
    Yes, but A-Levels are so much more awesome and fun
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    (Original post by EXAMZ!!!)
    Should I do A level Sociology or A Level Geography both AQA Exam Boards please give pros and cons of both for studying for medicine and also pros and cons of how hard they are and work load much appreciated thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
    Study Geography it is far much more respected and although the workload is a lot higher, Medicine Schools will not want Sociology.If you fail any one of your other 3 subjects you could well find yourself in a position where you will be taking Sociology for A2.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    Do not say this-if someone said that to me I would interpret it as them saying "I failed them all".It sounds as if you are too embarrassed to say your results.Just say "I would like to keep my results confidential please"
    That still makes it sound like you want to disclose them because you have done badly.
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    What have people got in their science modules so far??


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    (Original post by EvasiveRose)
    My dad thinks A-Levels are a walk in the park (born in the era of O-Levels.)
    I've got them to agree with me doing Chem, English Lit, Maths (E+ M=influenced by them, but Im fairly good at them)
    They want me to do Biology and possibly Physics
    But I want to do History as I enjoy it- they do not see it as an A-Level worth having as in their opinion it is not respected enough
    Your parents seem to be obsessed with how respected your subjects are, they would go top of the list ahead of anyone I've seen on TSR.If you pick Biology you'll be studying the Top 4 respected A-Level subjects.History is very respected and is a facilitating subject and that is the top rank given to any A-Level subject and just because it is a fraction less respected than the other subjects doesn't mean you shouldn't take it.My A-Levels will probably be Maths,Physics,Further Maths and Computing, with only 2 of them in the Top 5 respected subjects-I would be probably thrown out of your house for taking these, I'm only exaggerating though
 
 
 
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