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    Lol unlucky

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    I'm in Lambeth so I'm only a 20min bus ride away.

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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    I'm in Lambeth so I'm only a 20min bus ride away.

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    Only 20 minutes, wow. I need to take 1 bus/tram, 1 train and then a tube. :'(
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    (Original post by Foodatastic)
    My borough is Croydon, Ill be going to a nearby train station not far from my house. its about a 10minute journey to the train station, 15 to Victoria, you know from there probably. What about you?
    I'll be travelling from north west London, Barnet. I'll be taking the train from Golders Green or Hendon Central on the northern line, then I'll have to change trains, overall it takes about 30-45minutes for me so I'll be having to wake up a bit earlier than usual.


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    Wow, sounds like a marathon.

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    (Original post by samispector)
    I'll be travelling from north west London, Barnet. I'll be taking the train from Golders Green or Hendon Central on the northern line, then I'll have to change trains, overall it take about 30-45minutes for me so I'll be having to wake up a bit earlier than usual.


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    I need to wake up at exactly the same time... which is to say 6am...
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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Wow, sounds like a marathon.

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    What GCSE subjects do you take and what are you going to take in A-level?
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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Wow, sounds like a marathon.

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    The travel is worth it! Also I've heard that they pay for our travel


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    (Original post by samispector)
    The travel is worth it! Also I've heard that they pay for our travel


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    They haven't really taken an official stance on the matter, I wont be relying on it.
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    Compulsory subjects aside, I'm currently taking, computing, ICT, business and PE, but at A-level I'm taking Politics, Philosophy, economics and Maths. Wbu?

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    Yh course its worth it, I think reimbursement depends on where you live.

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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Compulsory subjects aside, I'm currently taking, computing, ICT, business and PE, but at A-level I'm taking Politics, Philosophy, economics and Maths. Wbu?

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    Well, compulsory being Triple Science, Further Maths, Maths and both English'.
    Subjects being:

    Economics
    History
    Computing
    Art & Design
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    My A-level subjects are Mathsy to the point that its scary.

    Maths,
    Economics,
    Physics,
    Further Maths.
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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Compulsory subjects aside, I'm currently taking, computing, ICT, business and PE, but at A-level I'm taking Politics, Philosophy, economics and Maths. Wbu?

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    Omg ur doing the exact same a levels as me
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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Compulsory subjects aside, I'm currently taking, computing, ICT, business and PE, but at A-level I'm taking Politics, Philosophy, economics and Maths. Wbu?

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    Finally, someone else who's picked politics!


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    Damn, that amount of maths would do my head in :awesome:, I'm guessing you want to go into something like astronomy?

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    (Original post by samispector)
    Finally, someone else who's picked politics!


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    (Original post by Xctv)
    Omg ur doing the exact same a levels as me
    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Yh course its worth it, I think reimbursement depends on where you live.

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    Lol, I feel left out now. Can't wait to meet all of you in September (with the assumption of there not being an induction day).
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    (Original post by danielnoruwa)
    Damn, that amount of maths would do my head in :awesome:, I'm guessing you want to go into something like astronomy?

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    Tbh, I don't have a clue what I want to do, I just chose the subjects I'm decent at.
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    I'm doing politics, philosophy, economics, and maths

    My non compulsary gcse subjects are
    Geography computing and law

    (Never ever picking computing again the tediousity of coursework is unbearable)

    I hope to get an economics degree and go into finance.
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    (Original post by Xctv)
    I'm doing politics, philosophy, economics, and maths

    My non compulsary gcse subjects are
    Geography computing and law

    (Never ever picking computing again the tediousity of coursework is unbearable)

    I hope to get an economics degree and go into finance.
    Oh lord, my computing coursework took so long to get a decent grade at. We do AQA as our computing exam board, si that the same as yours?
 
 
 
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