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    i dont want to know them.. im going to feel sick 2moro nigh.. am not sure how i am meant to sleep.
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    think i'll stay up all night tommorrow..sleep is not going to happen. and yes PQ is always right and UCAS are usually always wrong
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    afcwill is scared, very scared i dont want the results to come anymore! :confused:. it feels like a court trial you don't know whether your going to be let off or go to educational prison!
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    I seriously hope PQ is right about the 8am thing!!

    I hope so cus my college doesn't open til 10am for the results! So it will be nice to get ucas track to show me i have been accepted or not and i can do this in peace and quiet! Then I can go into college for results with some knowledge of what to expect!
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    *vomits all over thread*


    *crawls out*


    *****s self*
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    I am such a nervous wreck! I can't think of anything else! If UCAS track doesn't work at 8am, i have a number to ring for my university, but i can't imagine how sitting there whilst they play classical music to me when im on hold will affect me! I will be shaking! And god, i feel sorry for whoever tells me the news... if they tell me i haven't got in they will need to be prepared for tears/ begging/ anger.... i don't know what else! If i find out in the morning from UCAS track or telephone i am into one of my universities, i will cry with happiness, be so excited i will probably have an accident or something.... and if i don't get in and i have to wait three hours to actually get my results with my mum going "how could you have not got in/ do you have any idea how you've let the family down?" etc etc, i think i may well break down completely!

    For me, everything lies on tomorrow. My life will either change dramatically and i can get the chance to put a lot behind me if all goes well, and if i doesn't.... well, i don't know what i'm going to do!

    Lou
    xxx

    PS- good luck to everyone, and i really, really mean that!
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    Track better be working, i cant imagine having to sit on a train to college wating to find out, i'll probably throw up. And then have to wait in a huge que at college to get the damn things.
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    The sheer volume of people trying to get on the ucas.com website is bound to affect it working in some way. Look at all the previous years.
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    Personally, I would rate my emotions as 'a bit slow on the uptake'. I don't think it's quite sunk in that it's actually tomorrow, as in, within a relatively short amount of hours, that we find out a very big chunk of our future. I'm just chilling out, having a nice day at work (working VERY hard! :p: :tsr2:!) and I just don't know why I'm not properly stressed. I was last year. I almost hyperventilated when they gave me the envelope!
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    suicidal.

    haha oh god...
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    Heart pulpitations!!!!!OMG
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    I can't get to sleep till like 4 in the morning, i jut keep worrying about results and uni Im scared!lol
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    i'm ok right now but i feel sorry for the people who's families expect so much of them! My family is in Spain and they know whatever i get i'll have done my best. But my boyfriends family haven't even thought of the aspect that he might not get all As... :dong:

    ;grouphugs;
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    (Original post by gemby!)
    sharing is caring
    *Gives you a cookie.
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    Good Luck to everyone tomorrow- even if you don't get the results you need, I'm sure you'll find a good place in clearing.

    All smiles :-)


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    Woman: Nervous?
    Ted: Yeah...
    Woman: ...first time?
    Ted: No, I've been nervous lots of times.
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    i don't want my insurance.
    i don't want clearing.
    i want Warwick.
    please be kind Warwick.

    sniff.
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    I want Leeds.... no where but Leeds

    ....no where at all!!

    fingers crossed everyone xx
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    (Original post by fairygirl21)
    i don't want my insurance.
    i don't want clearing.
    i want Warwick.
    please be kind Warwick.

    sniff.

    Likewise.... people keep saying that 'well, there's always clearing?!'.
    I hope & hope & hope & hope & hope (& hope some more) that my first choice lets me in, I will benefit you I promise!!
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    yeah, as sad as this sounds, i *really cannot* imagine going anywhere else & i don't even want to think about what happens if i can't go to Warwick.
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    Really looking forward to the 17th, its my birthday
    Going out for a meal, then going out (get hammered) on sunday.
    I only have AS ICT and general studies results to get tomorrow. The 24th is the biggy for me.
 
 
 

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