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    (Original post by Its Andy)
    At this moment in 3 days time, thousands of year 11s across the country will be crying.
    The big question is whether they will be tears of joy or tears of regret for not studying hard enough or for making stupid mistakes.
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    (Original post by tingirl)
    I'm probably opening mine st school I actually think opening in front of parents would be way scarier, because they actually care what I've got, whereas my friends probably don't :L
    I probably can't risk opening them up at school because my reputation is too high and everyone thinks I'm a genius-At the end, of Year 11 i was constantly getting stopped by Year 7's who think I'm so intelligent and say that people tell them I'm on A*s in everything, which is an exaggeration.My Reputation was blown quite a bit for Geography Unit 2 when I failed that resit and loads of other people did much better, which has never happened before but could happen again because I did so badly in the Unit 3 exam.
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    I didn't study at all for mathematics, because I find it hard to revise for maths! Does anyone else agree? I did however, revise for over a month for my edexcel triple science exams but I just feel as if I've failed my triple science exams and its making me depressed - goodness knows what I'll feel like on the day.
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    I am really starting to have anxiety attacks now because a few hours ago I started thinking about if I got a D in Geography on Results Day due to an incredible drop in marks in the moderation of the classes' coursework, which is incredibly unlikely because my teacher's marks have been kept the same by AQA 4 out of the last 5 years and in the other occasion they only changed slightly.I'm really dreading the Physics ISA next year because I have very little practical skills and ended up burning equipment in a Chemistry lesson and because it is very common for ISAs at A-Level to be marked down by a couple of grades, which is what I'm praying will not happen to any of my GCSE coursework.
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    (Original post by IAmEchelon)
    I'm so scared, thinking of results day makes me sick :'(

    Did anyone do AQA Graphics?
    I did aqa graphics. it was horrible. We spent so much time on course work that we didnt even get a chance to learn for the exam. And then i only end up with like a c/b in the coursework. grrrrr i regret taking the subject. the exam wasnt particularly great either.
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    (Original post by lydiaknibbs)
    I am so damn scared. I think I'm going to run away and open them by myself before anyone can see. I don't like being the center of attention so with my dad or friends there it's going to be horrible. I just hope I've done well as I know I didn't work my absolute hardest! I'm going to try and be positive though!
    My parents always tell me as long as you have tried your best but you can't really have tried your hardest though, you can always try harder unless you have never stopped studying and had as little sleep and ate as little food and drink to keep you healthy then you have not tried your best but you are never going to do this.If I fail I always say that I can try harder and usually I prove to myself that I can work harder.
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    (Original post by Benathletics)
    I didn't study at all for mathematics, because I find it hard to revise for maths! Does anyone else agree? I did however, revise for over a month for my edexcel triple science exams but I just feel as if I've failed my triple science exams and its making me depressed - goodness knows what I'll feel like on the day.
    I barely revised for Maths (and I tried for the FSMQ but I just couldn't do it somehow - probably getting a U looking at the boundaries) as I also find it hard to revise. I just spent some time on the slightly harder topics. And yeah, it's weird, with my Unit 2 Chemistry exam (AQA) I revised quite a bit and actually thought it was probably the easiest of the three exams but I ended up getting a B in it and an A in the other two. Admittedly it was 79 UMS which is very nearly an A, but I didn't bother getting it remarked because supposedly the examiners are rarely wrong when it comes to marking Science and Maths papers as the mark schemes are much tighter. I really want an A overall though for Chemistry - I'm hoping my A* in the ISA will have helped a bit.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    I am planning on taking a Degree plus Masters combined(MMath I think something like that) at University and possibly a PhD in Maths and going into Pure Maths Research at a University, I plan to specialise in Calculus on the Complex Plane.If that doesn't go well I will solve complex differential equations to calculate what the weather is going to be like in the Meteorological Office.
    Lolololol. You're so confident that I honestly wouldn't be surprised if you got somewhere great in life it's pretty cool that you have such a strong drive and that everyone thinks you're great at school etc. But you know if you constantly act like a **** towards people and criticise what people get/do, you won't exactly be accepted.. Sometimes ignorance is bliss and you will probably meet lots of people that won't be as smart as you but will be a lot happier...


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    (Original post by mitchellshazia)
    All five You?
    Woah. I've only played one! It was the Curious Village! It was awesome I actually didn't predict that the Police Inspector was the culprit at the end. How are the other games like?
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    (Original post by Benathletics)
    I didn't study at all for mathematics, because I find it hard to revise for maths! Does anyone else agree? I did however, revise for over a month for my edexcel triple science exams but I just feel as if I've failed my triple science exams and its making me depressed - goodness knows what I'll feel like on the day.
    Don't fret too much! You're gonna be even more nervous! Just try and get your mind off it! Hope you do well
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    (Original post by lydiaknibbs)
    Well I had a terrifying dream that I missed the bus to College on my first day because I had forgotten all my things, which led to my first impression being a bad one! Pretty scary when you're dreaming it! Although a huge envelope sounds terrifying too. x
    I had a dream about College to in which I found it hard to adapt to College life and to find my classes and get there in time.Talkign about buses, I once had a very odd dream where I took a bus to the town to go to school ,when I actually walk to school and then I got to the town thinking "What the hell am I doing?" or something along them lines.
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    (Original post by theJdog)
    Woah. I've only played one! It was the Curious Village! It was awesome I actually didn't predict that the Police Inspector was the culprit at the end. How are the other games like?
    Similar formula, just a different story. Walk around a mysterious town, solving puzzles with nice music in the background
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    Guys once that clock strikes 12 we'll have less than 2 days to wait ^.^


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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    The big question is whether they will be tears of joy or tears of regret for not studying hard enough or for making stupid mistakes.
    There'll be both, but from me there'll be neither. I just remember all the year 11s crying when I went to get my first set of results last year.
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    (Original post by Basket case)
    Guys once that clock strikes 12 we'll have less than 2 days to wait ^.^


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    i want the day to come, but i also dont want the day to come. lol
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    (Original post by Basket case)
    Guys once that clock strikes 12 we'll have less than 2 days to wait ^.^


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    good luck!
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    (Original post by pathosL)
    i want the day to come, but i also dont want the day to come. lol

    Same I won't to rip open them at this point tbh... 10 weeks of waiting was far too long!


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    All we have to think is they're 2 days ish away ... I have a countdown timer tbh


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    (Original post by Basket case)
    Same I won't to rip open them at this point tbh... 10 weeks of waiting was far too long!


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    i havent been waiting really it's just that i wanna know my results right now
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    (Original post by basket case)
    guys once that clock strikes 12 we'll have less than 2 days to wait ^.^


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    ding dong!
 
 
 
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