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    I'll pay for your broadband! Anything to make sure we don't stop talking here


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    hahaha. I'll make sure I go to a University with a Library that's always open! ;D and doesn't block it
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Which do you attend?

    Public School
    Grammar School
    State/Comprehensive School

    ?
    Public School #Common
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :awesome:


    I was meant to put / for all of them like

    Public/Comprehensive/State/Grammar...
    ____

    would you have to pay to attend, or take exams, or both? (or scholarships)

    It just feels like everyone here goes to some amazing schools...
    It's free and no exams. It's a church school though :holmes:
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    hahaha. I'll make sure I go to a University with a Library that's always open! ;D and doesn't block it
    That's your number one priority!
    *gets tour of university*
    "Any questions?"
    "What time is the library open till and is TSR blocked?"


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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Either public or comprehensive.. what's the difference between them? :eek:
    You don't attend a public school mister. Public school is like Eton... Haha I'll probably give a definition that offends someone so... Google it!


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Which do you attend?

    Public School
    Grammar School
    State/Comprehensive School

    ?
    Comprehensive! Woohoo! There's nothing to be proud about my school though. -_-

    Wait! What's the difference between state and comprehensive?
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Public School #Common
    :sigh:
    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    It's free and no exams. It's a church school though :holmes:
    Religious school then

    You guys should be getting straight A*s in everything :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    That's your number one priority!
    *gets tour of university*
    "Any questions?"
    "What time is the library open till and is TSR blocked?"


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    "Is TSR Blocked?"
    "It is Now"
    "RIGHT SECOND CHOICE IT IS!"
    [What Uni are you planning on going to? If you have any idea?]
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :awesome:


    I was meant to put / for all of them like

    Public/Comprehensive/State/Grammar...
    ____

    would you have to pay to attend, or take exams, or both? (or scholarships)

    It just feels like everyone here goes to some amazing schools...
    Haha how's your school Fish? It must be great to have you in it! Or it must be the *whispers* B genes.

    Not gonna lie... I think the world of my school. It has everything a state school could have and more - tumble track, rock wall, dance studio, recording studio, pro gym, separate theatre... Very well funded if anything.


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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    "Is TSR Blocked?"
    "It is Now"
    "RIGHT SECOND CHOICE IT IS!"
    [What Uni are you planning on going to? If you have any idea?]
    "You have all the modules I want and situated in a perfect area but none of that outweighs the fact that TSR is blocked, idiot."
    No idea probably study law though - you?


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    Finally have my twitter remotely viewable.

    Add me at @BluffroomEDM if you want
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    Aren't Public School and State school the same? Or am I being retarded?
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    PUBLIC SCHOOLS REQUIRE AN ENTRY EXAM
    Comprehensive:
    All students are accepted at comprehensive schools, and there are different "tracks" made available. Students are judged on their abilities and achievements, and then placed into either an A, B or C stream, where they are challenged based on their level of aptitude.
    Therefore I go to a Comprehensive
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    Finally have my twitter remotely viewable.

    Add me at @BluffroomEDM if you want
    You have a tweet, brosef.
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    Aren't Public School and State school the same? Or am I being retarded?
    The latter... Haha hows the cake rising?


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    Finally have my twitter remotely viewable.

    Add me at @BluffroomEDM if you want
    How's the album compilation wallpaper coming along?
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    PUBLIC SCHOOLS REQUIRE AN ENTRY EXAM
    Comprehensive:
    Therefore I go to a Comprehensive
    What about a grammar school?
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    (Original post by Jina)
    The latter... Haha hows the cake rising?


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    Pretty well, (I haven't made it yet) should be done by, oh Friday? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Haha how's your school Fish? It must be great to have you in it! Or it must be the *whispers* B genes.

    Not gonna lie... I think the world of my school. It has everything a state school could have and more - tumble track, rock wall, dance studio, recording studio, pro gym, separate theatre... Very well funded if anything.


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    Sep...sep...separate theatre!!!!!!!!!! I am moving to your school.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    What about a grammar school?
    A state secondary school to which pupils are admitted on the basis of ability
    (I assume it's like the public one then)
 
 
 
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