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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Chemistry with a Year abroad. Not a gap year.

    Cambridge, Imperial, Nottingham, Bristol and Cardiff atm.



    I knew you'd say this.

    I asked 100 potential medics what their honest reason was. 80 said one of the above
    I meant a gap year after your course, because I know you want to do the Cambridge NatSci. Work experience in France or something.

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I knew you'd say this.

    I asked 100 potential medics what their honest reason was. 80 said one of the above
    Hmmm I'm not too happy with that sample size given the widespread nature of this stereotype :eyeball:

    :lol:
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    I meant a gap year after your course, because I know you want to do the Cambridge NatSci. Work experience in France or something.

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    Not France, God no.

    I want to go somewhere my language isn't great, and exciting too, like China.

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    Hmmm I'm not too happy with that sample size given the widespread nature of this stereotype :eyeball:

    :lol:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Not France, God no.

    I want to go somewhere my language isn't great, and exciting too, like China.



    China would be good for the Chemistry, not so good for the being government monitored :ahee:
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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    China would be good for the Chemistry, not so good for the being government monitored :ahee:
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    I can use tsr and whatsapp so it's all good.

    Although I'd need Twitter :eek:
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    People in my year have called me a waste of talent because I say I don't want to be a doctor/dentist, and their main argument is the money and when I say I don't really care about the money they just look horrified:rolleyes:
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    People in my year have called me a waste of talent because I say I don't want to be a doctor/dentist, and their main argument is the money and when I say I don't really care about the money they just look horrified:rolleyes:
    That's a load of rubbish! I want to do film production because I love making films! (Hopefully at AUB ) Do what YOU want to do at uni not because of the money or your parents and stuff. Also EPIC CHRISTMAS DAY!

    PS: I should have 4 mock exams in history, media and applied science (haven't started learning the content so not that fussed about how I do in applied) before feb half term and I haven't started revising yet :O

    Have I left revision too late?
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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    China would be good for the Chemistry, not so good for the being government monitored :ahee:
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    The issue isn't really one about government monitoring (it's not like NSA/GCHQ monitoring has been big news recently this year :rolleyes:), Which occurs everywhere, but government restrictions on certain services. Meh it's not as bad as people think and were seeing increasingly 'liberal' policies from the government. A portion of Shanghai has had all restrictions removed as a test I believe. Not sure whether I could survive without YouTube though.

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    How many practical attempts do you get for Unit 3 Edexcel Chemistry? I know you can attempt each activity more than once but what is the maximum amount of times you can do another experiment and use your better mark?

    Please someone help me

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    Hey everyone, it's been a while since I posted on here but I just wanted to say Merry Christmas to everyone Hope you're all having a great day.


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    (Original post by Undisclosed 15)
    How many practical attempts do you get for Unit 3 Edexcel Chemistry? I know you can attempt each activity more than once but what is the maximum amount of times you can do another experiment and use your better mark?

    Please someone help me

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    it all depends on your teacher. Some teachers are so nice that they will make you do experiments during lunch time make up your poor grades in experiments.. Some teachers.......ohohoh the opposite
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    People in my year have called me a waste of talent because I say I don't want to be a doctor/dentist, and their main argument is the money and when I say I don't really care about the money they just look horrified:rolleyes:
    Nice :mmm: Morons

    What do you want to do (if anything)?
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Nice :mmm: Morons

    What do you want to do (if anything)?
    Not really sure, Engineering stands out to me at the moment but it doesn't really inspire me and you?
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Not really sure, Engineering stands out to me at the moment but it doesn't really inspire me and you?
    Physics :awesome:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Physics :awesome:
    Nice, what subjects you studying? I think Physics at Uni would get too weird and complicated for me haha
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Nice, what subjects you studying? I think Physics at Uni would get too weird and complicated for me haha
    Physics Maths F. Maths Chemistry Psychology and Latin
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Physics Maths F. Maths Chemistry Psychology and Latin
    How is Latin? is it hard?
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    it all depends on your teacher. Some teachers are so nice that they will make you do experiments during lunch time make up your poor grades in experiments.. Some teachers.......ohohoh the opposite
    So there is no limit from Edexcel i.e you could do each activity 10 times?

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    (Original post by JackTeh96)
    How is Latin? is it hard?
    From what I've heard - As Latin is easy (I could do some passages at GCSE) but A2 is a lot harder
 
 
 
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