I was only half serious, maybe that didn't come across... oh well.(Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
Something of an extreme stance to take over someone implementing the school's policy, a policy shared by many, many schools, if not the majority, and certainly the case in the schools I know about and have worked in. It seems to be common practice throughout the country, from the threads on TSR. Most people seem opposed to the idea of information being withheld from them, as a rule. The changing of the reference is usually a negotiated practice to tailor what is said more directly to the course applied for. In my experience, anything negative tends to be left unsaid, and admissions tutors are pretty expert at reading between the lines.
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- 12-07-2016 16:38
(Original post by SalazarSlytherin)
- 15-07-2016 11:38
saying i struggle when actcually i just didnt care in class and worked at home and will probably get an A in tbe subject.
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