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    (Original post by Cluck)
    Finally got round to finding my subjects
    Physics: OCR-B
    Maths:AQA
    Futher Maths: AQA
    Chemistry: OCR-A
    History: Edexcel

    Add me please?


    (Original post by Bude8)
    Hmm, there's a section for Scottish Highers but no section for IB? I'm offended

    Add me whenever you have time please:
    HL Maths
    HL Chemistry
    HL Physics
    SL Latin
    SL English
    SL Economics
    ^^ Caught me whilst i was on i've added you both
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    (Original post by techno836)
    ^^ Caught me whilst i was on i've added you both
    PRSOM
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    I just wanted to ask if anyone else is feeling utterly overwhelmed by the workload - I know I am!!
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    PRSOM
    somebody ruined my +rep streak i was on like 36 straight :mad::lol:

    not as bad as when i lose a good streak on BF4 beta though :rolleyes: it's still a bit glitchy :
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    anyone do the ALIS tests with their school to work out A2 predictions?
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    (Original post by techno836)
    ^^ Caught me whilst i was on i've added you both
    Thanks
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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    anyone do the ALIS tests with their school to work out A2 predictions?
    Yeah that sound reliable

    (Original post by techno836)
    ^^ Caught me whilst i was on i've added you both
    Hey hey add me

    Maths: OCR
    Chemistry: OCR A
    Physics: AQA A
    Psychology: AQA A
    Latin: OCR
    Creative Writing: AQA :awesome:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Yeah that sound reliable



    Hey hey add me

    Maths: OCR
    Chemistry: OCR A
    Physics: AQA A
    Psychology: AQA A
    Latin: OCR
    Creative Writing: AQA :awesome:
    Creative writing? What *******s

    Psychology? Your choices are strange

    Snap for chem though
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Creative writing? What *******s

    Psychology? Your choices are strange

    Snap for chem though
    I see that you are, as ever, so very reasonable in your opinions
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Creative writing? What *******s

    Psychology? Your choices are strange

    Snap for chem though
    Nothing wrong with psychology :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I see that you are, as ever, so very reasonable in your opinions
    :mmm: psychology is actually decent when it's not memorizing case studies.

    But seriously.... Creative writing? That can't be equivalent to AS?
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Nothing wrong with psychology :unimpressed:
    I know there isn't, it's actually quite interesting. I just thought psychology, Latin and creative writing were a really strange combination

    Wait! That's a lot of "A Levels"
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :mmm: psychology is actually decent when it's not memorizing case studies.

    But seriously.... Creative writing? That can't be equivalent to AS?
    It's not like I'm taking it for the qualification :lolwut: Nobody is taking it because it's a "good" A-Level. It's similar to the EPQ (which is AS-equivalent, not that means anything really), in a way. I don't actually go to the lessons, as I have an extra Further Maths lesson in that period.

    I like the case studies in Psychology; they're interesting
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I know there isn't, it's actually quite interesting. I just thought psychology, Latin and creative writing were a really strange combination

    Wait! That's a lot of "A Levels"
    OOOOOOOOH WELL, I didn't realise that my A Levels had to check out on your "normality scale" :lol:

    I apologise for being broad in my interests :pierre:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    It's not like I'm taking it for the qualification :lolwut: Nobody is taking it because it's a "good" A-Level. It's similar to the EPQ (which is AS-equivalent, not that means anything really), in a way. I don't actually go to the lessons, as I have an extra Further Maths lesson in that period.

    I like the case studies in Psychology; they're interesting
    Creative writing though... Next there'll be a "South Africa" qualification or something, they narrow them down so much that they're pointless.

    They're really sad!:lol:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    OOOOOOOOH WELL, I didn't realise that my A Levels had to check out on your "normality scale" :lol:

    I apologise for being broad in my interests :pierre:
    It's okay, you'll conform one day

    So maths, f.maths, chem, physics, Latin, creative writing and psychology?

    How did they have enough for Latin and not German?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Creative writing though... Next there'll be a "South Africa" qualification or something, they narrow them down so much that they're pointless.

    They're really sad!:lol:
    Oh yeah they're ****ing upsetting, but they're interesting

    That's an incredibly, well, wrong view to take of the subject. It's hardly narrowed down. If anything it's a way for me to do the parts of English I like, without the ****.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    It's okay, you'll conform one day

    So maths, f.maths, chem, physics, Latin, creative writing and psychology?

    How did they have enough for Latin and not German?
    Latin's not officially a subject offered by the school, my Latin teacher is just awesome :ahee: We do it after school on Mondays and at Thursday lunchtimes.

    Plus, there was all of 1 person wanting to do German (moi), while there are 3 of us in Latin (that's 200% more than German! :mmm:).
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Oh yeah they're ****ing upsetting, but they're interesting

    That's an incredibly, well, wrong view to take of the subject. It's hardly narrowed down. If anything it's a way for me to do the parts of English I like, without the ****.
    I'd get too upset all the time

    But it's the part of English that's useless (less useful) unless you want to be an author or something. I mean don't get me wrong I loved to write stories and descriptions and ****, but it's a silly qualification to have.

    Actually it's good it exists. Then they should remove it from English and have both the English A Levels respected

    (In case you've not gathered. I'm trying to grate on you )
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Latin's not officially a subject offered by the school, my Latin teacher is just awesome :ahee: We do it after school on Mondays and at Thursday lunchtimes.

    Plus, there was all of 1 person wanting to do German (moi), while there are 3 of us in Latin (that's 200% more than German! :mmm:).
    I see!

    What's the difference between Classics and Latin?
 
 
 
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