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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    How's it going?
    Good, and you?

    I should be doing maths coursework right now, but hey :')
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    Good, and you?

    I should be doing maths coursework right now, but hey :')
    I'm good too. Is this the same maths coursework you were talking about weeks ago?:lol:
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I'm good too. Is this the same maths coursework you were talking about weeks ago?:lol:
    **** me, you have a good memory.

    it is, yes. I'm about 15% done :')
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    **** me, you have a good memory.

    it is, yes. I'm about 15% done :')
    I have a weird memory, I can't remember what I ate for dinner last night but I can remember that.

    So leaving TSR for a bit didn't help you do more work then?
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I have a weird memory, I can't remember what I ate for dinner last night but I can remember that.

    So leaving TSR for a bit didn't help you do more work then?
    I went on a month hiatus and felt a little better, and I'm still in rehab, but other than that, yeah, I still struggled with this.

    Though, having said that, it did help with other assignments at school. It's just that this coursework is so boring :')

    Most of my time is now spent on Track though, desperately hoping that maybe an admissions tutor at SOAS snuck back in and gave me an offer… It hasn't happened yet. Still, I have a Durham offer, which is okay.
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    Good, and you?

    I should be doing maths coursework right now, but hey :')
    Welcome back

    Your departure didn't do much good then ay?
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    I went on a month hiatus and felt a little better, and I'm still in rehab, but other than that, yeah, I still struggled with this.

    Though, having said that, it did help with other assignments at school. It's just that this coursework is so boring :')

    Most of my time is now spent on Track though, desperately hoping that maybe an admissions tutor at SOAS snuck back in and gave me an offer… It hasn't happened yet. Still, I have a Durham offer, which is okay.
    Congrats on the Durham offer, for Mandarin was it?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Welcome back

    Your departure didn't do much good then ay?
    Nope. But still, I'll have to learn at some point to restrain myself from the occasional leftist/feminist rant...

    Do you remember at the start of the Y12 (or possibly Y11) thread when we all did that political thing and it mapped our leanings onto that chart? I was thinking about that the other day...


    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Congrats on the Durham offer, for Mandarin was it?
    Close. Chinese Studies, Half language, half culture. But many thanks

    Are you at uni? For some reason, I have a feeling that you are :')
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    Close. Chinese Studies, Half language, half culture. But many thanks

    Are you at uni? For some reason, I have a feeling that you are :')
    Nah I'm in Y13.
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Nah I'm in Y13
    Ah right, are you applying? if so, for what?
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    Nope. But still, I'll have to learn at some point to restrain myself from the occasional leftist/feminist rant...

    Do you remember at the start of the Y12 (or possibly Y11) thread when we all did that political thing and it mapped our leanings onto that chart? I was thinking about that the other day...




    Close. Chinese Studies, Half language, half culture. But many thanks

    Are you at uni? For some reason, I have a feeling that you are :')
    Haha, that's true

    I do! I think I was in the green zone... Not sure.

    My favourite online thing is the myers Brigg personality tests
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    (Original post by Guills on wheels)
    Ah right, are you applying? if so, for what?
    Mechanical Engineering, most likely at Bath.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Haha, that's true

    I do! I think I was in the green zone... Not sure.

    My favourite online thing is the myers Brigg personality tests
    Just did one and got ISTP.
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Mechanical Engineering, most likely at Bath.
    Pretty darn cool.

    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Haha, that's true

    I do! I think I was in the green zone... Not sure.

    My favourite online thing is the myers Brigg personality tests
    I think I was even further left than Ghandi, (who, truth be told, apparently wasn't that left wing)...

    Geogebra is a bunch of ****e, I'm not going to lie. It's going to crash my computer in a minute. I can't get Autograph to work on my mac though… :/
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Wooooo or chem

    Yeah, it's a whole year out in industry somewhere. Quite a few in America which would be super cool.

    Bristol and Bath! AA so pretty much guaranteed :lol: unless I get Ds and Es this year....

    Cambridge interview... I think it went quite **** because the actual content was way way way too easy. And one of the Interviewers, I feel he didn't like me and despite the easy content, I was a bit slow on some parts. BUT having said that, there's always a chance.
    Sounds interesting, I'd definitely recommend california if are any placements there

    Congrats on those offers, and I'm sure the cambridge interview didn't go as badly as you think. Pretty much everyone I know who got offers from oxbridge said their interviews went horribly
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Just did one and got ISTP.
    Lol a pair from the I, we are opposites.
    (Original post by justinawe)
    Sounds interesting, I'd definitely recommend california if are any placements there

    Congrats on those offers, and I'm sure the cambridge interview didn't go as badly as you think. Pretty much everyone I know who got offers from oxbridge said their interviews went horribly
    If I get into Cambridge I'm going to try and get onto the MIT exchange!

    Thanks, idk, I thought they went okay. Like I could have done better, but I guess that's expected with the nerves :lol:
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    I have so much free time, I need to start making use of it. I want to learn how to play the piano but they're so expensive.
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I have a weird memory, I can't remember what I ate for dinner last night but I can remember that.

    So leaving TSR for a bit didn't help you do more work then?
    Here's a way to mind**** someone. Tell them to look at you in the eyes, and they aren't allowed to look away / break eye contact. Then ask them what they had for lunch yesterday

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I have so much free time, I need to start making use of it. I want to learn how to play the piano but they're so expensive.
    From my experience, keyboards are a bad substitute and nothing can beat the feel of a proper piano. If you ever get to play on a Bosendorfer, my god, I probably wouldn't have stopped if I had a Bosendorfer
    Learn the electric guitar :beard: you can get a good one for the same price as a keyboard
    I'd only learn the electric guitar if you can play songs that you like on it though, i.e. you listen to rock etc.
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    I've decided I'm going to learn gutitar

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    Here's a way to mind**** someone. Tell them to look at you in the eyes, and they aren't allowed to look away / break eye contact. Then ask them what they had for lunch yesterday



    From my experience, keyboards are a bad substitute and nothing can beat the feel of a proper piano. If you ever get to play on a Bosendorfer, my god, I probably wouldn't have stopped if I had a Bosendorfer
    Learn the electric guitar :beard: you can get a good one for the same price as a keyboard
    I'd only learn the electric guitar if you can play songs that you like on it though, i.e. you listen to rock etc.
    Lol yeah, you look up to visualise what you ate so it's harder to remember
 
 
 
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