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    (Original post by Des_Lumières)
    He should be aiming high though: a top position choosing which European states to ransack!
    You haven't seen the baby's toy yet! It's one of those kinder egg things :awesome:
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    (Original post by Mathstatician)
    You haven't seen the baby's toy yet! It's one of those kinder egg things :awesome:
    Lol yeah, well it's just the route to bigger and greater things, isn't it. The chocolate on those kinder eggs is really good though... *secret treats*
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Why so brutal? That's actually a solid set of grades.

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    Obviously they're good results. But when compared with the grades of his competitors, his would be seen as poor.
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    (Original post by antebellum)
    Obviously they're good results. But when compared with the grades of his competitors, his would be seen as poor.
    Meh, they're not everything. Someone I know got similar GCSEs, ABB at A-level, goes to a semi-target and converted their GS Securities spring week.

    He'll be fine for the most part.

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    (Original post by Des_Lumières)
    He should be aiming high though: a top position choosing which European states to ransack!
    You're an idiot if you actually think this.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    You're an idiot if you actually think this.
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    (Original post by antebellum)
    That is pretty poor
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    (Original post by antebellum)
    Obviously they're good results. But when compared with the grades of his competitors, his would be seen as poor.
    I got mostly B and C's at GCSE lol
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    (Original post by antebellum)
    Obviously they're good results. But when compared with the grades of his competitors, his would be seen as poor.
    Yeah I understand that but given I was in and out of hospital for majority of year 11, I think I did alright, only revision I did was for subjects like Latin, history and geography and that was night before exam 😁
    Also why I had to take a year out, but as long as I meet the usual requirements post a levels, I should be fine shouldn't I?
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    (Original post by Axlerod)
    Yeah I understand that but given I was in and out of hospital for majority of year 11, I think I did alright, only revision I did was for subjects like Latin, history and geography and that was night before exam 😁
    Also why I had to take a year out, but as long as I meet the usual requirements post a levels, I should be fine shouldn't I?
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    Well shite, if the doctor himself says it then I'm screwed
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    (Original post by Axlerod)
    Yeah I understand that but given I was in and out of hospital for majority of year 11, I think I did alright, only revision I did was for subjects like Latin, history and geography and that was night before exam 😁
    Also why I had to take a year out, but as long as I meet the usual requirements post a levels, I should be fine shouldn't I?
    Nobody here is Human Resources. Most are prospective candidates just like you. Some haven't even worked in banks yet, or even in university yet. just talking based off of what they've heard or saw online. Your grades are better than a lot of people's.

    Atm you meet the requirements. And they're not gonna turn down your very good application for another guy just because they've got a* and you got A. C'mon now.
 
 
 
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