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    (Original post by things4life)
    On the results sheet do you get all your results even ones you know the grade for, like March 2013 results ?

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    Its usually only the ones that you have taken in June 2013 but if you have done some exams before this then may be used to cash in so they may come up but they won't be changed or anything so it's fine.
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    (Original post by sr234)
    it's like a tradition at ny school to call people early! Lol hmm don't really fancy being on tv good luck hope everyone gets what they want :awesome:

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    You don't have to be on TV. You can just give them a piece of your mind and not be on it.
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    (Original post by jolliek)
    What I don't get is what do the results look like? Do they have the final subject grade on a separate piece of paper or something?
    On the AQA website there is a page showing you what the results will look like. Hopefully this link will work for you.
    http://www.aqa.org.uk/student-suppor...l-results-slip
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    Just some last advice for anyone who's feeling nervous (this has helped me a huge amount):

    Remember, what happens happens. If you get bad grades, it will happen for a reason. If you get good grades, it will happen for a reason.

    If you get bad grades, this is a chance to pick yourself up and show everyone how you can improve and what you can do at A-Level. It's well known unis like to see an improvement just as much as a consistent high standard of grades. There's one guy who failed his AS and got A*s the following year. He then got accepted into Oxford.

    You will only get what you deserve. The grades you get will reflect the amount of work you put in. It's all fair!

    Good luck to everyone
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    (Original post by ilove_psychology)
    Just some last advice for anyone who's feeling nervous (this has helped me a huge amount):

    Remember, what happens happens. If you get bad grades, it will happen for a reason. If you get good grades, it will happen for a reason.

    If you get bad grades, this is a chance to pick yourself up and show everyone how you can improve and what you can do at A-Level. It's well known unis like to see an improvement just as much as a consistent high standard of grades. There's one guy who failed his AS and got A*s the following year. He then got accepted into Oxford.

    You will only get what you deserve. The grades you get will reflect the amount of work you put in. It's all fair!

    Good luck to everyone
    Thats great advice :smug:

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    (Original post by ilove_psychology)
    There's one guy who failed his AS and got A*s the following year. He then got accepted into Oxford.
    How did he get an offer exactly ? ? ?
    Was he predicted the A*AA norm requirement ?
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    Do the GCSE grades you did in year 10 come up on this piece of paper as well? I have them, but is every one on this piece?

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    I'm so nervous, I've been having nightmares about results day!!

    I don't want tomorrow to come, but I know it will! :'(

    I wanna die!
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    That worrying feeling when you haven't been called in for photos.I don't even know whether my school do that sort of thing.The school takes photos but it might not call people to take them.
    I know of only.2 schools who call people early, don't worry I'm sure you've aced it!

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    (Original post by 1214Jack1214)
    Do the GCSE grades you did in year 10 come up on this piece of paper as well? I have them, but is every one on this piece?

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    They should, some schools skip it off but in most cases everything's there!
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    The sad thing is, I remember when this thread started :')

    Remember to go in with a positive attitude! Whatever happens, you worked hard and you'll be successful regardless

    Also, Cheryl Cole and Lord Alan Sugar have no GCSEs. The girl who plays Lola in EastEnders left school with 1 GCSE. Thomas Edison only attended school for three months.

    GOOD LUCK!
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    (Original post by toomanyquestions)
    I'm really impatient :/ I can't really concentrate on anything at the moment... Supposed to be doing an essay for summer work but the INTERNET IS NOT HELPING MATTERS.
    Oh that must suck! And yeah I'm waiting!! Good luck for tomorrow! What are you waiting for?

    (Original post by Marz2312)
    I am feeling the exact same way! I cant eat or sleep or even sit in one place for 5 mins without over thinking about what i may get. Good luck for tomorrow!
    Same to you And I was cooking to get my mind off it (it's an hour long dish). And now I'm reading the Harry Potter Collection, and then going to watch it (it'll be a marathon!). I'm so scared
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    Reconciliation with the school hall is mere hours away, and I'm almost certainly pregnant with surging disappointment, my enthusiasm and excitement found soon after my exam completion has betrayed me and pushed me into a pool of cynicism. This was forged by an external bane; results day.

    TL;DR - I'm nervous as hell.
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    The OCR music boundaries are insane...**** YOU MR KIPLING YOU TOLD ME I NEEDED 83 FOR AN A* AT WORST AND IT'S EIGHTY-FREAKING-NINE YOU SHMUCK

    ...I'm screwed
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    Are these good a-levels?

    Maths, Economics, Drama and Literature?

    Or should i change one of them to Geography/history?
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    I'm doing Maths, Chemistry, History and English at A levels
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    Dreading It, I did 3 languages this year and I'm sure i screwed German up xD
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    (Original post by theJdog)
    Oh that must suck! And yeah I'm waiting!! Good luck for tomorrow! What are you waiting for?


    Same to you And I was cooking to get my mind off it (it's an hour long dish). And now I'm reading the Harry Potter Collection, and then going to watch it (it'll be a marathon!). I'm so scared
    I want to watch Harry Potter now! Gonna go raid my box set! Thanks for the idea
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    #YOLO
 
 
 
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