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    (Original post by Davothebigafro)
    Restless earth, water on land, ice on land, i found the ice on land section to be very tricky
    it is harder than restless earth, which has links to physics. As long as you have case studies memorised, its ok.
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    Plz help
    Does anyone know the grade boundaries for English coursework I.e controlled assessment speaking and listening plz help

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    (Original post by lolface32)
    How do you know it's not a bladder infection? D:


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    Agh I hope it's not! :eek: Oh well can't be bothered to worry about that right now
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    Omg it's awful knowing my teachers know my grades and have judged me and I have to see them tomorrow. I'll just avoid eye contact with them, as long as I can't see them, they can't see me.
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Off to The Conjuring...
    Good luck, hope you can sleep after!:rofl:
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    (Original post by zed963)
    What're they going to be talking about?
    Not 100% sure. I think it's supposedly just music and chat to calm the nerves
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    (Original post by things4life)
    Do you need the exact amount of marks to get a certain grade, example, say you need 45/60 for an A, do you need exactly 45 marks to get the A, if you get 46 marks will you still get the A, basically what I'm asking is do you need the exact amount of marks, if you are a mark over a boundary do you fail ?

    thanks
    Yeah, if it is 55/60 for an A* but you get 60/60 you fail.
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    Anyone else not going to be sleeping tonight? I'm going to alternate my time between the Radio 1 show, my friends on facebook, allpoetry and here
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    Went shopping with some friends today and got a few small things to make myself feel better
    Gonna have a long shower, wash, blow dry and curl my hair to pass the time, paint my nails and then try making the rest of the night fly by by reading and making numerous cups of tea. If you're a girl, try this! ;D
    Good luck everyone!


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    My school texted my mum asking if I can be interviewed by BBC Radio Solent tomorrow regarding my results, woah!
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    (Original post by cmorga1)
    Yeah, if it is 55/60 for an A* but you get 60/60 you fail.
    If you get 0/60 you get A**!
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    Unrelated to result day; but today I felt so light headed after getting my... Heart rate up! Felt like I was going to faint or throw up
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    (Original post by Lucky-Roll)
    22nd of August.. my birthday :cry: what if I do bad?? :cry2:
    but if I did well best birthday ever
    Happy birthday for tomorrow!!! :party:
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    (Original post by Elcor)
    My school texted my mum asking if I can be interviewed by BBC Radio Solent tomorrow regarding my results, woah!
    Well Done! You probably did amazingly
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Off to The Conjuring...
    Its a good film, enjoy
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Haha! I can imagine Irish names being a nightmare! So you're an Irish girl in Birmingham yeah?
    Yeah, Irish names don't tend to sound elegant in Brummie accents!


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    (Original post by Basket case)
    Right guys I also posted this in the a level thread but can some one here help me out?
    I want to become a social worker the only requirements is 210 points(b c c) basically these are the subjects I want to take at a level
    Sociology
    Media
    Buissness
    Photography
    These are the subjects I feel I can get the highest grades in so I was wondering will these choices be okay?
    If not please do NOT suggest anything like maths,English or science.
    Thanke


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    What uni do you wabt to go to as each uni has different requirements
    But the sociology is good, you.might want to do phychology if the course involves how children think and behave.

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    Can someone please tell me the grade boundaries for edexel additional science 2013
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    (Original post by CheesePuffff)
    Went shopping with some friends today and got a few small things to make myself feel better
    Gonna have a long shower, wash, blow dry and curl my hair to pass the time, paint my nails and then try making the rest of the night fly by by reading and making numerous cups of tea. If you're a girl, try this! ;D
    Good luck everyone!


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    Best idea ever. I might get a stream of awful results, but I'll look great haha


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