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    I haven't watched Sponge Bob Square pants in ages :O def my priority for when my exams finish


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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Yeah but will doe
    :mmm:
    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I actually do like Will-focused parts, but yeah Marcus is a ****ing ****.
    Same I think he's autistic...

    Your email is scary... I like
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    you did igcse chem right ? what are the grade boundaries roughly for an A* ? I'm going to fail chem no joke
    They're really low, normally 70-75 but iirc for my year it was below 70.
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    HML atm. Dno if i'm just being hormonal or something but I feel really lonely atm. Je voudrais un petit copain :sad:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Same I think he's autistic...

    Your email is scary... I like
    I've taken out the word "horrendous" in the last sentence

    (Original post by justinawe)
    I'm still not completely satisfied with the mathematical content of A-level Physics though not a single bit of calculus involved :emo:
    That is troubling, but I suppose I can't just not take Physics because of that I'm not stupid enough to try going for Physics at University without Maths.
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    That is troubling, but I suppose I can't just not take Physics because of that I'm not stupid enough to try going for Physics at University without Maths.
    Physics A-level is basically applied GCSE maths (though, of course, the context and explanation questions make it significantly more difficult), with a brief usage of natural logs :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by justinawe)
    They're really low, normally 70-75 but iirc for my year it was below 70.
    Really ? Thats so good, I did last years paper 6 and got 83% ! ( To be fair its the easiest paper by far) the multiple choice is going to be the paper that lets me down though ... wait just realised you might have done edexcel igcse not cie awks
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Too passive-aggressive?
    Just a tad aggressive haha , it's so stupid that they wont let you take a language !
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I've taken out the word "horrendous" in the last sentence



    That is troubling, but I suppose I can't just not take Physics because of that I'm not stupid enough to try going for Physics at University without Maths.
    :lol: I'd have said:

    Considering I am your school's best chance of obtaining a place at Oxbridge, I strongly suggest you offer the classes I desire. Or else.

    :mmm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :lol: I'd have said:

    Considering I am your school's best chance of obtaining a place at Oxbridge, I strongly suggest you offer the classes I desire. Or else.

    :mmm:
    I immediately laughed and thought in my head "lol not the best chance" but thinking about it I probably am
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    Just a tad aggressive haha , it's so stupid that they wont let you take a language !
    I sent it
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I immediately laughed and thought in my head "lol not the best chance" but thinking about it I probably am
    I'd sent that only if I knew I'd not be going there you are... So unlucky!:mmm:
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    (Original post by justinawe)
    Physics is the only good science
    Chemistry's Good as well... you know your username is it justin awe OR just in awe
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Chemistry's Good as well... you know your username is it justin awe OR just in awe
    both, I guess :mmm: it's a pretty terrible wordplay tbh
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    :hi: Where have you been? Where are you going? :nooo:

    Revision is going good Feeling confident about some exams.. but not so much others.. You?
    I've been procrastinating and I will be going to revise Hopefully, I'll be on here a lot more though, it helped with my January exams to have a competitive, yet friendly, base on TSR

    Me too, sciences I'm pretty confident for - I only need a B in chemistry for an A* overall and a C in physics to maintain my A (I need 100 UMS for an A* and I don't have the dedication, motivation or prepared disappointment for that one). Biology, I'm pretty set for an A but I'm retaking B1 as I'm determined for an A*!

    I'm really worried about English, I got an A* in the coursework (JUST) but I haven't even read Of Mice and Men all the way through and I keep procrastinating revising for it.

    How's your revision coming along? Do you have an idea of your *goal* results? As in, what do you think they'll be like?
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    (Original post by justinawe)
    both, I guess :mmm: it's a pretty terrible wordplay tbh
    Hahaha:facepalm:
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...9#post42489899

    Your thoughts would be appreciated :yep:
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    I need 159/160 UMS in the next Biology exam to get an A* :mmm:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Too passive-aggressive?
    Oh dear. Is there any chance you can TLP?

    If you don't know what TLP is or you don't have it. It stands for The Link Partnership, a group of schools in a particular area 'link' so students can travel (usually via taxi, between lessons) amongst to get their desired timetable without having to change schools. The top four (possibly five) schools in my city have formed a TLP so that they don't 'steal' each other's students.

    For example, I go to school X (the best one, according to league tables :rolleyes:) and if I wanted to go to school Y (the second best which specialises in engineering), unless they offered multiple subjects that I wanted to do that my school did not offer, I can't go. But if there's a clash with my chosen subjects at my school then I could TLP to school Y so I can study all the subjects I want. It's inconvenient but better than missing out, I suppose. I'm TLPing maths and f maths next year.
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    (Original post by Pabblethefish)
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    I thought you were dead or something, you weren't on Skype for so long xD
    How's downloading?
 
 
 
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