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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Friend from my old school sent his ucas off on deadline day. Just got an offer for ChemEng from Bath woooooo
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    The flu is the worst thing ever
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    Is this true?

    If anybody takes a gap year and decides to resit some exams next year won't just have to resit those modules but also
    the entire course to get issued a new grade?


    I think they've made it hard enough as it is with just June exams with this reform.
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    What is the % of students that transfer from their firm uni choice to another uni after their first year?
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    Whew, that's all my maths mocks done. FP1 went well, D1 went ****, FP2 went bleh (screwed up the complex transformations question because I didn't read y = x), S2 went well and M3 went well (at least it seemed to).

    I hope I got an A.. probably scraped through FP2
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    Exam leave in 12 weeks for me :lol:
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    Advanced Higher Maths tomorrow - 3 hours of maths should be fun.

    I'm kind of scared...

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    You should get them in installments of each term, roughly when you get charged for rent. Although student finance is known to be wonky with regards to payment.

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    How are supposed to pay for the rent if your student finance hasn't come through?
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    How are supposed to pay for the rent if your student finance hasn't come through?
    Ask for an extension from the uni. Or, go into your overdraft.
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    Exams start on the 8th of May and finish on the 20th
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I think I'd enjoy teaching a bit more, but chemical engineers are really well paid and I'd really like a home studio and good guitar rig, which would take me a while to get as a teacher
    Haha yeah working to live not living to work and all that. Yeah depending on where you teach there can be a lot of out-of-school work to do like marking/planning lessons/parents evening etc. Aka potentially less guitar time depending on how well you manage it

    Also how's knb?
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    Just had a 3 hour long advanced higher maths prelim - i'm officially brain dead.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Just had a 3 hour long advanced higher maths prelim - i'm officially brain dead.

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    How do you think it went?

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    (Original post by _Caz_)
    How do you think it went?

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    Teacher screwed us over by including integration by parts - when we haven't done it yet.. There were 23 marks (out of 100) worth of those questions.

    If he disregards those questions - the fair thing to do - I'll be sitting at a high B or scraping an A.

    If not, life is over.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Teacher screwed us over by including integration by parts - when we haven't done it yet.. There were 23 marks (out of 100) worth of those questions.

    If he disregards those questions - the fair thing to do - I'll be sitting at a high B or scraping an A.

    If not, life is over.

    We did integration by parts very recently, much easier than I thought
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    (Original post by binarythoughts)
    We did integration by parts very recently, much easier than I thought
    I've had a look at it - doesn't seem that bad but we have done virtually noting on it in class yet, so I was a little thrown off guard.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Teacher screwed us over by including integration by parts - when we haven't done it yet.. There were 23 marks (out of 100) worth of those questions.

    If he disregards those questions - the fair thing to do - I'll be sitting at a high B or scraping an A.

    If not, life is over.
    That's not fair at all! Hopefully your teacher will take off the marks as you've not learned it yet. Don't worry too much though - you will have learned it by the time of the real exam.

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    (Original post by JustaDreamer)
    Haha yeah working to live not living to work and all that. Yeah depending on where you teach there can be a lot of out-of-school work to do like marking/planning lessons/parents evening etc. Aka potentially less guitar time depending on how well you manage it

    Also how's knb?
    I think I'd enjoy outreach stuff and giving lectures about science, and I found out that top end teachers can earn like £65k! :eek: Still, it's a bit bad of me to say this but I think I'd be bored of teaching things I'd find quite simple

    KnB is sooooooooooooo good, season 3 now innit :cool: Have you finished Clannad yet?
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    Today I realised I have zero chance of making my firm offer on results day :lol: ocr suck & I hate their stupid definitions

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    Get the results for the History mock I stuffed up tommorow. Not even because of lack of knowledge, pure failure of exam technique.

    In other news, went to a poetry presentation today with the head AQA English examiner and loads of poets (Duffy, Agard, Armitage) it was brilliant.

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