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15 August 2013 A-Level results: Discussion thread - results day is here! Watch

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    Wishing you all luck for tomorrow I know how nervous I was last year, hope you all get what you want
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    Is anyone else not nervous or just numb? I'm only doing AS's and I'm no where near over confident about my results, in fact I'm pretty sure I won't get what I want. At GCSE I was SO nervous and was having nightmares, yet nothing has happened with my AS's and they're more important!
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    [QUOTE=Rubyturner94;43960099]me three im soo scared. panicing
    (Original post by momomo123)
    me four!
    How're you guys getting through tonight? I have 2 litres of diet coke and tumblr to keep me sane...
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    I feel sick, and I'm proper nervous.....ahhhhh
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    (Original post by BrainDrain)
    Same here, it seems a little unfair when some of my friends with Cambridge offers received letters telling them not to get too stressed out about their results as they would be accepted if they fell a few marks short, whilst places such as Durham hardly give any leeway
    Yeah, my firm sent me an email a couple of weeks back basically telling me that they wouldn't consider people who've missed their offer.

    But even if they did, I haven't heard of anyone getting onto my course with grades below the required in the past few years.
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    (Original post by ElChapo)
    Where and what did you firm

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    Medicine at Imperial.
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    (Original post by PQ)
    When to spoons start serving alcohol?
    I'm pretty sure the one near me serves it all day! If we do well we'll be returning for pitchers... if not... well... we'll probably still end up back there for lunch!
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    (Original post by yarshad)
    Pretty sure 7:30 is the UCAS call centre's opening time

    (Original post by PQ)
    7.30 is the official phone opening hours

    And also when UCAS are planning to make track live secretly before 8am to avoid a rush on their servers
    ohhh I see
    I still hope it updates before 8 anyways aha
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    9 hours 45 minutes to go....
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    (Original post by nadster)
    Hopefully you'll get AAB anyway
    Best of luck
    hopefully
    thanks!! best of luck to you too, let me know how you get on
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    I actually think I'm going to puke.
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    fmllllllllllll can't take this wait any longer
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    (Original post by James A)
    My predictions are gonna be blown out of the water as it looks like we'll reach 10k posts by midnight.
    what was your prediction?
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    Good luck to everybody tomorrow! Hope everybody gets what they want.

    Gaah it's so scary...I kind of want to get it over with
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    (Original post by needtosucceed=))
    ohhh I see
    I still hope it updates before 8 anyways aha
    Read what you quoted

    Especially the bit in white

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    (Original post by needtosucceed=))
    hopefully
    thanks!! best of luck to you too, let me know how you get on
    Thank you! & I will do, make sure you do too
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    does anyone know how lenient either aston or reading are when it comes to Bsc Mathematics?
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    (Original post by Orthrus)
    I was too shocked to try be witty, so i told him it was back when letters first came into sums :rolleyes:
    I'm feeling a lot better now, thanks! C3 boundaries are low enough to make up for the crazy things they asked us to solve :lol: And all the other boards are supposed to release theirs soon enough!
    Why didn't you drop it at AS? Was it one of the requirements for Pharmacy, or do you just like to torture yourself?
    It was fun, but i'm so glad i never have to do it again!
    Ahhh thats good I'm happy to hear about your low boundaries have you checked them all now, how are they?
    LOOL my school likes to torture us was compulsory to do 4alevels, only if we got a U or maybe an E at AS we were allowed to drop it aha.
    not long now, less than 12 hours! :eek:
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    (Original post by PQ)
    Don't worry - reading are a bit old fashioned at these things. They'll probably just use the UCAS lists when they're out tonight instead of having a list on that newfangled interwebs.
    do ucas publish the list at midnight?
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    This thread increased by 2000 posts yesterday, 3000 today and there still potential for around 1500 posts which may be the end of this thread, reaching its third one
 
 
 
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