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    (Original post by GoatWithAGoatee)
    Yeah, that's the trouble with going to a sixth form that is far away (to an extent) every day, as the days where it gets dark early are an issue, and I don't think that anyone I know will be going to Graveney or have at least applied for it, so there's the issue with no safety in numbers as well.


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    No I don't think there's a maths with physics rule there anymore
    How long ago did you go there?
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    (Original post by GoatWithAGoatee)
    To Graveney? I was merely interested in it, because all I heard from the school were positive things from other students and parents of students other than the "overrated" comment, but as always I must view each school objectively, and the criticism of the school I received is something I have to take into account. No worries though, at least there are many other schools to look for that are closer to where I live!
    What subjects are u taking?
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    (Original post by Starlight2000)
    What subjects are u taking?
    For GCSE? I'm taking Maths, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), English (English Language and English Literature), French, History and Media Studies - though I do regret that subject as a choice. I'm also going to be doing my Religious Studies exam this year as I missed out on the chance to complete it last year, so I'll be learning that at home rather than as a classroom subject. I did complete my Spanish GCSE early as I think I've mentioned before, to which I received an A*.


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    (Original post by GoatWithAGoatee)
    For GCSE? I'm taking Maths, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), English (English Language and English Literature), French, History and Media Studies - though I do regret that subject as a choice. I'm also going to be doing my Religious Studies exam this year as I missed out on the chance to complete it last year, so I'll be learning that at home rather than as a classroom subject. I did complete my Spanish GCSE early as I think I've mentioned before, to which I received an A*.


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    Lola I'm sorry i thought you were in yr12
    Well done with Spanish (I was awful at the language I did) you seem pretty clever doing early exams!
    If you're planning on taking maths or English lit (dOnt think they do eng language) then graveney is a great school but with sciences you need to be a bit careful
    Well done
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    (Original post by Starlight2000)
    Lola I'm sorry i thought you were in yr12
    Well done with Spanish (I was awful at the language I did) you seem pretty clever doing early exams!
    If you're planning on taking maths or English lit (dOnt think they do eng language) then graveney is a great school but with sciences you need to be a bit careful
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    Thank you for the kind words, they really mean a lot to me Yeah, I'm aware that with Sciences you have to be a bit more careful - in fact I might end up choosing Chemistry rather than Physics because I do want to pursue a path in forensics, but then again I'm not certain as my aspirations are not set in stone.


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    (Original post by GoatWithAGoatee)
    Yeah, I guess that's the only problem though; maybe I'll have to replace a subject I originally wanted to do with Maths, since it would be extremely helpful.
    What subjects are you doing?
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    (Original post by SidTheSloth1)
    What subjects are you doing?
    I mentioned it above but I'll paste it on this post for you:

    "I'm taking Maths, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), English (English Language and English Literature), French, History and Media Studies - though I do regret that subject as a choice. I'm also going to be doing my Religious Studies exam this year as I missed out on the chance to complete it last year, so I'll be learning that at home rather than as a classroom subject. I did complete my Spanish GCSE early as I think I've mentioned before, to which I received an A*."


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    Does anyone know if Ravensbourne or Brampton Manor are any good?


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    How about NCS?


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