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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Yes, you are. I seem to remember that you go to a sixth form, which counts as secondary education.



    Much less so than your literacy.



    I don't study psychology and, for all intents and purposes, consider it a pseudoscience.
    noo dude, i am doing A levels... its not a secondary level i assume...
    psychology really explains humans behaviour... so its a good one to take
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I don't study psychology, and nor do I wish to be tested on it.
    I like how you edited "consider it a pseudoscience" to "[don't] wish to be tested on it" :rofl:
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    noo dude, i am doing A levels... its not a secondary level i assume...
    You assume wrongly. Everything between and including years 7 and 13 counts as secondary education. University is tertiary-level education.

    psychology really explains humans behaviour... so its a good one to take
    Thanks, I'll pass.
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    (Original post by AJ KO)
    I like how you edited "consider it a pseudoscience" to "[don't] wish to be tested on it" :rofl:
    Thanks; I was dying to have that highlighted.
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    Comments from UK government seem to indicate that numerous attacks in the UK have been prevented due to tips from the community. It seems likely then, that Several British muslims have provided tips that have prevented such attacks Britain.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    You assume wrongly. Everything between and including years 7 and 13 count as secondary education. University is tertiary-level education.



    Thanks, I'll pass.
    pass what?
    then why A-levels are A-levels and GCSEs are GCSEs?
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Thanks; I was dying to have that highlighted.
    I only saw it because it showed your unedited version in fatima's quote, so blame her, not me.
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    pass what?
    'I'll pass' as in 'I'd rather not.' Is English your first language? :holmes:

    then why A-levels are A-levels and GCSEs are GCSEs?
    Because that's the way the education system works. You could argue that it's a legacy of the fact that education was only compulsory until the age of 16 until recently (when I finished my GCSEs, you could still leave education entirely and go straight into the workforce), but that's kind of irrelevant to whether A Levels count as secondary education or not. Everything between the end of primary school and university is secondary education, and it's pointless to argue otherwise.

    (Original post by AJ KO)
    I only saw it because it showed your unedited version in fatima's quote, so blame her, not me.
    Gladly. :mwuaha:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    'I'll pass' as in 'I'd rather not.' Is English your first language? :holmes:
    :eek2:

    You should be savage more often, I like it. :sneakydevil:
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    (Original post by AJ KO)
    I only saw it because it showed your unedited version in fatima's quote, so blame her, not me.
    blame me for what
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    'I'll pass' as in 'I'd rather not.' Is English your first language? :holmes:



    Because that's the way the education system works. You could argue that it's a legacy of the fact that education was only compulsory until the age of 16 until recently (when I finished my GCSEs, you could still leave education entirely and go straight into the workforce), but that's kind of irrelevant to whether A Levels count as secondary education or not. Everything between the end of primary school and university is secondary education, and it's pointless to argue otherwise.



    Gladly. :mwuaha:
    didin't liked that savageness but i know you don't care so its fine...
    General Certificate of Education - is A levels or GCE
    General Certificate of Secondary Education - GCSE
    i pretty much think they aren't the same
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    didin't liked that savageness but i know you don't care so its fine...
    Hey, you're right for a second time today! :eek: :king1:

    General Certificate of Education - is A levels or GCE
    General Certificate of Secondary Education - GCSE
    i pretty much think they aren't the same
    And the Democratic People's Republic of Korea is neither democratic, nor of the people, nor a real republic. Go figure.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_England

    The education system is divided into stages based upon age: Early Years Foundation Stage (ages 3–5), primary education (ages 5–11), secondary education (ages 11–18) and tertiary education(ages 18+).
    Now, please, get back on topic.
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    (Original post by Frank Underwood)
    Stop talking about the ancient tenets of Islam as if all Muslims in the west follow them / believe in them word-for-word
    (Original post by darkvibes)
    Only a minority of british muslims support anything like that...

    And when i mean minority i mean like a tiny proportion.
    I suggest you watch the Channel 4 programme "What British Muslims Really Think" at 10:00pm tomorrow evening, when you will find out that you are wrong.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...ned-says-poll/
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    I suggest you watch the Channel 4 programme "What British Muslims Really Think" at 10:00pm tomorrow evening, when you will find out that you are wrong.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...ned-says-poll/
    You talk as if they all do...
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    didin't liked that savageness but i know you don't care so its fine...
    General Certificate of Education - is A levels or GCE
    General Certificate of Secondary Education - GCSE
    i pretty much think they aren't the same
    He's right.
    Secondary education: high school + college
    Tertiary education: university.
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    (Original post by smegggy)
    this will not sell newspapers!

    posted from tsr mobile
    omfg true dat xd
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    didin't liked that savageness but i know you don't care so its fine...
    General Certificate of Education - is A levels or GCE
    General Certificate of Secondary Education - GCSE
    i pretty much think they aren't the same
    Secondary education in Britain ends when you go to university, where tertiary education starts. GCE A-levels, GCSEs and GCE O-levels are all secondary education qualifications.

    GCSEs got their name when GCE O-levels were merged with CSEs (Certificate of Secondary Education) to form GCSEs as the mainstream pre-A-level qualification.
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    (Original post by darkvibes)
    You talk as if they all do...
    I talk as if worryingly significant numbers of them do.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    I talk as if worryingly significant numbers of them do.
    Let them believe what they want as long as it doesnt negatively affect us. The views are dying out anyway.
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    (Original post by KingBradly)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz45ZQL7YLh

    Credit for where credit is due. This woman clearly deserves applause.
    I don't want to criticise in this instance - however this only makes you realise if anything that there are Muslims out there who DO KNOW about these terrorists and their forthcoming activities and clearly are not reporting it. Quite worrying
 
 
 
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