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Poll: How many GCSE's did you get?
<8 (16)
6.2%
8 (6)
2.33%
9 (24)
9.3%
10 (58)
22.48%
11 (64)
24.81%
12 (47)
18.22%
13 (19)
7.36%
14 (8)
3.1%
15 (4)
1.55%
>15 (12)
4.65%
Dnator
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(Original post by im so academic)


Promiscuity over academics? :sigh:

What did I say that actually pissed you off?
It isn't like GCSE's require any effort is it? And just the fact you have opinions on universities is a bit of a joke considering your age
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#62
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11 GCSE's, then another two qualifications equivalent to GCSE's, so 13.
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(Original post by Dnator)
It isn't like GCSE's require any effort is it? And just the fact you have opinions on universities is a bit of a joke considering your age
I wouldn't say they require *any* effort; they do require some effort - but to the extent where you need to be worrying over it all. :rolleyes:

I've got a few exams, yet here I am procrastinating.

How are my opinions on universities a joke? What exactly did I say?
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#64
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(Original post by Crazy Paving)
11 GCSE's, then another two qualifications equivalent to GCSE's, so 13.
No, that's 11. The other two don't count.
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(Original post by im so academic)
No, that's 11. The other two don't count.
There's always one. :shh:
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waney2011
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#66
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11.5 GCSEs + GNVQ (equivalent to 4 GCSEs) = 15.5 GCSEs
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#67
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14 actual subjects,
none of the funny btec's or subjects which count for more than one gcse!

i think years below me will get more like 16 or 17 :/
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#68
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this summer, i'm expecting 20 and FSMQ
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#69
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10.

I don't get how some people have so many! Most people in my year only did 9, and only the ones who did Latin outside of lesson time got 11 :hmmm:
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(Original post by waney2011)
11.5 GCSEs + GNVQ (equivalent to 4 GCSEs) = 15.5 GCSEs
No, the GNVQ is not a GCSE, it doesn't count.

In that case, you achieved 15.5 GNVQs.

No, you achieved 11.5 GCSEs and a GNVQ.
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(Original post by lifesabeach)
this summer, i'm expecting 20 and FSMQ
What subjects?
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(Original post by im so academic)
No, the GNVQ is not a GCSE, it doesn't count.

In that case, you achieved 15.5 GNVQs.

No, you achieved 11.5 GCSEs and a GNVQ.
15.5 GCSEs.
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#73
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I said 12 since 2 of my 14 were short course.
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Andy Ftw
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#74
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10 GCSE's + 0.5 GCSE short course RS, but I voted 11
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ritchie888
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#75
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#75
Wasn't this done like a week ago?
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#76
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(Original post by waney2011)
15.5 GCSEs.
No because strictly speaking a GNVQ is not a GCSE.

Common sense and having the ability to read would tell you that.
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(Original post by im so academic)
No because strictly speaking a GNVQ is not a GCSE.

Common sense and having the ability to read would tell you that.
It's equivalent to 4 GCSEs.

So 15.5 GCSEs
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#78
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Done 2.5 already, and will have 7 more soon, so 9.5.
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#79
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(Original post by waney2011)
It's equivalent to 4 GCSEs.

So 15.5 GCSEs
But it is not a GCSE per se. Just equivalent to it.

E.g. cats and dogs are equivalent as they are both animals. Therefore a cat is a dog. :rolleyes:

When you get your certificates, no where would it say that your GNVQ was a GCSE.
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(Original post by im so academic)
But it is not a GCSE per se. Just equivalent to it.

E.g. cats and dogs are equivalent as they are both animals. Therefore a cat is a dog. :rolleyes:

When you get your certificates, no where would it say that your GNVQ was a GCSE.
Oh please shut the **** up. No wonder you have so much neg rep.

I did 15.5 GCSEs, end of.
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