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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    That's understandable however I get some of my results at midnight so I don't think I'd be able to sleep, at least you be awake tomorrow when you get your results, I may be half asleep
    Ah that sucks, good luck though

    (Original post by holyfire)
    I've got some pills at the ready too, might soak my room in lavender too :laugh:


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    I put a lavendar bush in my room for nights like this... but it died from being over-watered
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    (Original post by Cryl)
    Ooo. What ones? I might give them a go. But I'll probably spend my time researching phone numbers of several unis and preparing for the worst possibilities. But that won't take long. ;D
    I'll be doing the Bourne set, a season of family guy and also phantom of the opera
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    Radio 1 are doing an A-level chill out from 00:00 to 2:00, not sure if this has been mentioned
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    (Original post by puddinboy)
    For anyone that did the F215 Biology OCR paper in June, what do you think the grade boundaries are?


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    http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/142071-...-june-2013.pdf
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    be interested in this too
    Oh hello! I remember you from the WJEC biology exams threads!
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    (Original post by needtosucceed=))
    do you know how lenient they are?
    kings for pharmacy aab
    They seemed quite lenient on the post-application open day. They said they'll take most of us on even if we miss the grades by one.. how about Kings?
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    One Tree Hill calls tonight I think though I will try to get some sleep if that's possible
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    be interested in this too
    http://www.wjec.co.uk/index.php?subject=12


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    (Original post by KrystynaW)

    I put a lavendar bush in my room for nights like this... but it died from being over-watered
    actual lavender! you should nip to the shop and get some essential oil it's what I use :P and a good film


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    (Original post by RememberMeWhen)
    Queen's Belfast! Not many places do English and Sociology together. What about you?
    Software Engineering in Queen's is my current plan, but I'm still not entirely sure I'd love to do French and something else, but I don't think I'll get the grade.
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    (Original post by madz2802)
    Radio 1 are doing an A-level chill out from 00:00 to 2:00, not sure if this has been mentioned
    You legend, that's me sorted for tonight, after I go to see Kick-Ass 2 that is
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I'll be doing the Bourne set, a season of family guy and also phantom of the opera
    Ah okay. Well, good luck!
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    Sorry but edexcel chemistry unit 4&5 grade boundaries have made me so worried. Definitely failed
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    (Original post by popnit)
    Oh hello! I remember you from the WJEC biology exams threads!
    :hello:

    I remember you too! It's nice seeing a familiar face on here
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    (Original post by boomboom_capecod)
    You legend, that's me sorted for tonight, after I go to see Kick-Ass 2 that is
    I'm seeing that tonight too to take my mind off things!


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    (Original post by holyfire)
    actual lavender! you should nip to the shop and get some essential oil it's what I use :P and a good film


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    Nah, you want a rubbish film to fall asleep to
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    (Original post by PythianLegume)
    On that note, the phrase sleeping like a baby sucks. Babies are rubbish as sleeping - they always wake up and cry.
    I'm aware
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    Haven't been able to sleep properly this week at all, might not bother trying tonight and stay on track until something comes through!
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    :hello:

    I remember you too! It's nice seeing a familiar face on here
    Hahha I know. So nervous for by5
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    From an AS candidate,good luck to all the UCAS helpers helping with clearing and adjustment tomorrow
 
 
 
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