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    (Original post by -bethan-)
    I will in my position, I'm not naturally good at maths like you and others, trust me, so I'm going to have to work my backside off to do well! :ashamed2:
    It's just dreadful, DREADFUL. :mad2:
    Aww, I'm in year eleven as you know, so I'm not a natural :emo: I have to work for.it

    And you'll be fine! and it is :mad:

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    Aww, I'm in year eleven as you know, so I'm not a natural :emo: I have to work for.it

    And you'll be fine! and it is :mad:

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    The fact you're in Year 11 makes you look even better, not worse! I take my hat off, :hat2: , to people like you, I'm completely in awe of the amount of work you do, honestly! :eek: You'll do absolutely fantastic
    Meh, I hope to
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Aww, I'm in year eleven as you know, so I'm not a natural :emo: I have to work for.it

    And you'll be fine! and it is :mad:

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    Oh, please :rolleyes: no one would even dream of doing A2 maths in year 11 if they weren't naturally good at it
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)

    Wow! That is unfair.. If the student opts for it then surely they should see if they're capable with tests and enter them for exams


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    I agree, but I don't think they will.
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    (Original post by -bethan-)
    The fact you're in Year 11 makes you look even better, not worse! I take my hat off, :hat2: , to people like you, I'm completely in awe of the amount of work you do, honestly! :eek: You'll do absolutely fantastic
    Meh, I hope to
    Oooh a hat! you too can achieve great things... *old wise voice* ahah, we'll see

    (Original post by justinawe)
    Oh, please :rolleyes: no one would even dream of doing A2 maths in year 11 if they weren't naturally good at it
    Yeah, they do they work really hard for it and they get it hopefully I'll get it...

    I might have a little bit of natural help, but that's not enough just like anything in life have tk work for it
    (Original post by shyamshah)
    I agree, but I don't think they will.
    Meh, you could bring parents in

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    But if one is capable why not?
    True. :yep:

    (Original post by -bethan-)
    Oh of course You are ridiculous, you honestly, truly are :giggle:
    Awesome! :excited: And don't forget silly! :ahee:

    (Original post by SophF_rth)
    True... I'll let you know how I did. If I get more than 15/34 I'll be amazed. The teachers are going to KILL me. Probably threaten to kick me off the course
    Oooh, doesn't sounds too fun! I didn't do much work as I planned. :/
    Aw, don't say that! Usually these things turn out to be better than you think so... :wink2:

    It wasn't bad actually. I didn't really revise what I was supposed to and only read the bits I was interested in but ah well, it'll benefit me in the end I guess. Never mind, you could always do some work next weekend
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Meh, you could bring parents in

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    Haha, I don't think I will be ready to do any of my exams in January so I am not sure it's worth it. I might be ready to do C1 but only that!
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    True. :yep:
    :yep:

    What's worse is exam boards not having modules available

    I can't sit C4, FP2-3, M2-3 or S2-3 in January

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oooh a hat! you too can achieve great things... *old wise voice* ahah, we'll see



    Yeah, they do they work really hard for it and they get it hopefully I'll get it...

    I might have a little bit of natural help, but that's not enough just like anything in life have tk work for it


    Meh, you could bring parents in

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    Haha :ahee: Why thank you Good luck to you!!! :hat2:
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    True. :yep:



    Awesome! :excited: And don't forget silly! :ahee:



    Aw, don't say that! Usually these things turn out to be better than you think so... :wink2:

    It wasn't bad actually. I didn't really revise what I was supposed to and only read the bits I was interested in but ah well, it'll benefit me in the end I guess. Never mind, you could always do some work next weekend
    And...nerdy :ahee: :teeth: ::smug: We can't forget nerdy :five:
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    Haha :ahee: Why thank you Good luck to you!!! :hat2:
    Np! Thanks :woo: may we all succeed

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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Such a bad night
    What's up? :sad:

    (Original post by -bethan-)
    And...nerdy :ahee: :teeth: ::smug: We can't forget nerdy :five:
    :eek: Of course we can't forget that! :five:

    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :yep:

    What's worse is exam boards not having modules available

    I can't sit C4, FP2-3, M2-3 or S2-3 in January

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    Well that's rather silly!
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    What's up? :sad:



    :eek: Of course we can't forget that! :five:



    Well that's rather silly!
    It is I'm seeking asylum

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    But the availability of having January exams is much better I think... Because between September and January there is plenty of time to prepare for an exam, even two exams...

    And then you have another chance as well

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    Our schools already decided that we take all out AS maths in June I can't afford to flop it
    (Original post by -bethan-)
    You'll end up with AAAA, come on now! You will with the amount of work and the goal of a Medicine degree in your sites :eek: it should be enough to motivate us both :lol: how are you for work experience?
    I can only hope ; you will though. I'd be happy with AABB if I'm being honest
    That's true, that's the only thing motivating me at this stage.
    And um yeah, still applying, my mums gonna get me a gp work placement in slade green. But I've got volunteering under my belt. How's yours?
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    Such a bad night
    Whatever happened?
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    What's up? :sad:
    Well I don't know if you've ever heard of it, but there's this disease called Myxomatosis that affects rabbits. It's spread a lot in my town recently and loads of people's rabbits have died from it. It causes their eyes to swell, their face, ears and so on, and if you leave them it takes about two weeks for them to die, unless you get them put down. There's pretty much no chance of survival...

    Anyway, I checked on one of my rabbits earlier and his eyes have started to swell and he's lost his appetite, so we think he's caught it The other rabbit looks okay at the moment, but they're brother and sister and they absolutely love each other, they'd be lost without each other So we're taking them both to the Vets tomorrow, he'll probably get put down. I sound pathetic but I adore him so much My last rabbit died at the age of one because of a heart attack, so we seem to have awful luck with them

    Sorry for the paragraph haha! And thank you for asking :hugs:
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    Whatever happened?
    Read above Thank you for asking!
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    Well I don't know if you've ever heard of it, but there's this disease called Myxomatosis that affects rabbits. It's spread a lot in my town recently and loads of people's rabbits have died from it. It causes their eyes to swell, their face, ears and so on, and if you leave them it takes about two weeks for them to die, unless you get them put down. There's pretty much no chance of survival...

    Anyway, I checked on one of my rabbits earlier and his eyes have started to swell and he's lost his appetite, so we think he's caught it The other rabbit looks okay at the moment, but they're brother and sister and they absolutely love each other, they'd be lost without each other So we're taking them both to the Vets tomorrow, he'll probably get put down. I sound pathetic but I adore him so much My last rabbit died at the age of one because of a heart attack, so we seem to have awful luck with them

    Sorry for the paragraph haha! And thank you for asking :hugs:
    :console: :hugs: :jumphug:
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    :console: :hugs: :jumphug:
    Thank you! :hugs:
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    Thank you! :hugs:
    :hugs: I hope everything is okay. I shall be hoping the best for you :console:
 
 
 

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