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    (Original post by g.k.galloway)
    I'm glad I'm not alone what have you applied for


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    History (so admittedly not as bad as medicine ) and so far at Cambridge, Durham and LSE although I will add choices later , yourself?
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Are you serious?! yes please! I can go and see the dinosaurs now!
    Of course just be careful
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    Yeah, I guess so. For me it'd just be getting things out the way because I can perform the same whether it's now or then because we'll have finished content by then anyway.
    Well you'd be surprised. Exam difficulty can vary a lot each season, as long as you're prepared though, you should be fine. I can't believe we're even thinking about exams at this time
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    That was the other college, it's changed again.
    Ohh I see, what's WJEC like?

    (Original post by keromedic)
    From the discussion on here, it seems 16 exams is unusual
    I think I only had that at GCSE! I also thought eleven was bad, but your list is ridiculously long...
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    I hope so. thnx anyway
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    it'll be okay :hugs:
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Ohh I see, what's WJEC like?



    I think I only had that at GCSE! I also thought eleven was bad, but your list is ridiculously long...
    Fair enough. It's because I'm doing AFM AS, A2 and AS FM, A2 chem, A2 music and A2 bio.
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    To anyone who is resitting an AS module, what did you put down for that subject's AS grade on your UCAS form?

    I only ask because I'm applying for English and resitting my AS exam. If I don't give any grades for English except for my GCSE ones, it's not going to give a great impression is it?
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    To anyone who is resitting an AS module, what did you put down for that subject's AS grade on your UCAS form?

    I only ask because I'm applying for English and resitting my AS exam. If I don't give any grades for English except for my GCSE ones, it's not going to give a great impression is it?
    I was told to put my AS modules down, even for the module I'm resitting, so it looks like the first image. Then for my A2 details, put down each module including AS, but instead of entering my module grade for the one I'm resitting, leave it pending (as shown by the second image)Name:  Screenshot 2013-10-19 at 22.52.56 - Edited.png
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    Hopefully my teacher was right
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    I was told to put my AS modules down, even for the module I'm resitting, so it looks like the first image. Then for my A2 details, put down each module including AS, but instead of entering my module grade for the one I'm resitting, leave it pending (as shown by the second image)Name:  Screenshot 2013-10-19 at 22.52.56 - Edited.png
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    Hopefully my teacher was right
    Ah, ok! That makes sense, thanks a lot. I'll run that by my tutor to see what he thinks. To be honest, my Lit coursework mark wasn't exactly outstanding but it's not like I'm applying for Cambridge so it shouldn't matter too much.

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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    Ah, ok! That makes sense, thanks a lot. I'll run that by my tutor to see what he thinks. To be honest, my Lit coursework mark wasn't exactly outstanding but it's not like I'm applying for Cambridge so it shouldn't matter too much.

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    You're welcome! Yeah I'd check just to make sure it's right. Exactly, you needn't worry m'dear

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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Oh good! :woo: congratulations! Awwwww no, best of luck with it all

    That's great :love: very exciting indeed

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    Thank you!

    I cannot wait it's been a month today since we last saw eachother and now I have him to myself for the weekend :woo:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Of course just be careful

    Well you'd be surprised. Exam difficulty can vary a lot each season, as long as you're prepared though, you should be fine. I can't believe we're even thinking about exams at this time
    I know kerons fault.

    I have January mocks now.

    (Original post by furryface12)
    Ohh I see, what's WJEC like?



    I think I only had that at GCSE! I also thought eleven was bad, but your list is ridiculously long...
    Horrible :emo: AQA was much easier for me :erm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I know kerons fault.

    I have January mocks now.



    Horrible :emo: AQA was much easier for me :erm:
    I'm sorry!!!!!!!!!!!
    My college is doing a Jan mock week
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I'm sorry!!!!!!!!!!!
    My college is doing a Jan mock week
    Mine too


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Mine too


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    I'm really glad for that though. Let's me see how I'm doing and isn't spread over a month.
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    (Original post by smile:D)
    History (so admittedly not as bad as medicine ) and so far at Cambridge, Durham and LSE although I will add choices later , yourself?
    Medicine
    Imperial, Newcastle, Leicester and HYMS

    Then biochem at Bath as my 5th choice which I would like to hear back from sharpish!
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I'm really glad for that though. Let's me see how I'm doing and isn't spread over a month.
    True, it will be more work at the time but better in the long run, and at least it makes me do something over christmas.


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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    And you still managed those great grades! You're probably more prepared this time around so there's a positive to it
    True I didn't find it tooooo bad actually, although I do wonder if I wouldn't have got that B in physics if I had done some jan modules....then again it was mainly down to the ISA that I didn't get an A so probably not!
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    True, it will be more work at the time but better in the long run, and at least it makes me do something over christmas.


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    Indeed. I think today's the day I actually get stuff done during the weekend!
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Indeed. I think today's the day I actually get stuff done during the weekend!
    I hope it is for me too, got so much I need to do but given that I haven't even got out of bed yet it's looking unlikely!


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    Hola,

    Buenos dias!

    ¿Como estas?


    Are there any creatives out there; people that want to study Art, or Fashion design etc at university?
    Or people that like to paint, or write, in their free time?


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