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And I've just gone though my PMs on the other place, making it quite clear that I don't want any more nagging posts about "can you ask iethan to restore xyz post by abc user". Any more of that nonsense and I will leave TBAAJ.

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Matrix123 Haha, btw, are you studying at sixth form right now?

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And I've just gone though my PMs on the other place, making it quite clear that I don't want any more nagging posts about "can you ask iethan to restore xyz post by abc user". Any more of that nonsense and I will leave TBAAJ.

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Good good, certainly! If it continues, you definitely don't want to be there
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Matrix123 Haha, btw, are you studying at sixth form right now?

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I've just done my GCSEs so I will be in year 12 in Septmber. You?

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Good good, certainly! If it continues, you definitely don't want to be there

I've just done my GCSEs so I will be in year 12 in Septmber. You?

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After all, who thinks that we'll make quite a lot of mess if we suddenly asked for posts to be "restored", despite us sorting out previous issues with rule 16b, and shoving in extra posts (especially disruptive ones!) making the threads totally out, in regards to the numbers?

I don't allow PBU's to determine how these threads are run.

Anyway, looking forward to your GCSEs?

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Matrix123 Oh same! I thought you were much older, sorry!
btw, What A Levels are you going to be doing? I'm going to be doing Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computing.

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After all, who thinks that we'll make quite a lot of mess if we suddenly asked for posts to be "restored", despite us sorting out previous issues with rule 16b, and shoving in extra posts (especially disruptive ones!) making the threads totally out, in regards to the numbers?

I don't allow PBU's to determine how these threads are run.

Anyway, looking forward to your GCSEs?

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Exactly, the rules we have are in place for a reason

The results? To be honest, I don't know - I'm just trying to forget about them completely I'll let you know how I feel after I get them

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Matrix123 Oh same! I thought you were much older, sorry!
btw, What A Levels are you going to be doing? I'm going to be doing Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Computing.

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No worries!

Idk yet I was gonna do that too but computing would be at a different school so I'm not too sure at the moment. I was thinking maybe chemistry instead? I'll decide after results

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Matrix123 Oh, I was going to change Computing with Chemistry too! I still can, but after thinking A LOT about it I realised, I would enjoy Computing, especially programming, a lot more, so I think I'm just going to stick with it.

Did you do Computing as a GCSE?

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Matrix123 Oh, I was going to change Computing with Chemistry too! I still can, but after thinking A LOT about it I realised, I would enjoy Computing, especially programming, a lot more, so I think I'm just going to stick with it.

Did you do Computing as a GCSE?

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Really!? Wow, well I'm going to end up doing four of either Maths, Further maths, chemistry, physics or computing.

Yup, guessing you did too?

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Exactly, the rules we have are in place for a reason

The results? To be honest, I don't know - I'm just trying to forget about them completely I'll let you know how I feel after I get them

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And I'm not letting a certain someone break them. I will certainly let you know if a certain someone sends me any more annoying PM messages.

Yep, it'll be good to know what your results are What I actually meant was, are you looking forward to your A Levels? Silly me for putting the wrong thing again :doh:

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Matrix123 No, I didn't, I did ICT. But I really find programming interesting, I'm currently learning Python, hopefully I can fully learn it before September.

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And I'm not letting a certain someone break them. I will certainly let you know if a certain someone sends me any more annoying PM messages.

Yep, it'll be good to know what your results are What I actually meant was, are you looking forward to your A Levels? Silly me for putting the wrong thing again :doh:

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OK, and hopefully you won't need to- it'd be lovely if he just stopped. Even though we may not like him, I guess you've got to admire his persistence ad determination...we'd be quite a bit further into the thread if he went by our rules :yep:

I don't think I'll say the grades but I'll let you know the general gist of my results if I'm feeling especially brave, I might PM them to you but I'd rather not post them on TSRr
Ohhh, I see. Yup, tbh I'm reallyyy looking forward to A Levels, even though I don't know what I'll be doing yet
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Matrix123 No, I didn't, I did ICT. But I really find programming interesting, I'm currently learning Python, hopefully I can fully learn it before September.

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Ohh, right. It'll be great for you then. I found it really hard but at the end of it, I feel like I'd miss it if I didn't do it next year. I did Python! Good luck with that How much theory do you think you could handle? I thought that bit was the worst

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Matrix123 Thanks and what do you mean by theory? I'm so sorry, I'm a REAL newbie I just started a little while ago, forgive me for my innocence

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Matrix123 Thanks and what do you mean by theory? I'm so sorry, I'm a REAL newbie I just started a little while ago, forgive me for my innocence

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Ohh, no worries. My fault; I should have elaborated. I mean like all of the things that aren't programming - such as information on hardware, software, networks, binary and memory. That doesn't really help but learning about all of the technical stuff about some of the said topics really went right over my head
What kinds of things did you do in ICT?

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Matrix123 Oh, dw, I see that would probably be my weakness too ICT wasn't much at all, just Powerpoint, Word and Excel Trust me, it was REALLY easy

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Matrix123 Oh, dw, I see that would probably be my weakness too ICT wasn't much at all, just Powerpoint, Word and Excel Trust me, it was REALLY easy

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Hahaha, I think it's most people's weakness oh haha, OK. Tbh, I wanted to do ICT but then my teacher said computing was the only one available so I did that instead.

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Matrix123 I guess because it is perhaps the least interesting Oh, dw, Computing's a lot better content wise.

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Matrix123 I guess because it is perhaps the least interesting Oh, dw, Computing's a lot better content wise.

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True, I envy the people who are actually really interested. Tbh, I find some parts interesting and appreciate the topics but understanding it? Just no... I see. Did you have any coursework and what kinds of exam questions did you get?

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Matrix123 I did have coursework in yr 9-10, that had stuff to do with Microsoft Access, word etc. we sort of had assignments and we needed to take screenshots of each and every step of our work and use it as proof, but in Year 11 my teacher left the school and we didn't do anything for the whole year till last month when we found out we're going to be moved to this EASIER exam board, which meant my coursework had gone to waste, I was REALLY irritated.

With this exam board, "ECDL", we had 4 'practical' tests that we did on a computer, which involved the simple use of Word, Powerpoint and Excel, and we got our marks straight away, I got 88,97,82,83 in the 4 tests, which were all out of 100, that should be an A*, so I'm quite pleased with that although, the tests were REALLY easy.

Oh, and I forgot to mention, I did an OCR ICT written exam in Year 10, which for some reason, we didin't get the results for

Really sorry for the late and tremendously long reply

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