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    Good luck :eek: Luckily not much calculations for me to do


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    Thanks! Lucky you.. :dry: Have you finished your report then yet or...?
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    (Original post by usycool1)
    Thanks! Lucky you.. :dry: Have you finished your report then yet or...?
    Yeah plan is done. Analysis time :cool:


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    Yeah plan is done. Analysis time :cool:


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    Nice, good luck!
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    Just want people's opinions...I'm almost definite that I'm going to firm Kings which is AAB, is it risky if i put Queen Mary as my insurance at ABB? Should I put a lower one? I got ABCC at AS and I am retaking two, just worried ahah


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    Just want people's opinions...I'm almost definite that I'm going to firm Kings which is AAB, is it risky if i put Queen Mary as my insurance at ABB? Should I put a lower one? I got ABCC at AS and I am retaking two, just worried ahah


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    Kings and Queen marys are both great universities. From your AS results ABB shouldn't be a problem to get although how far are you away from each grade boundary e.g. if you just scrapped the A and the B then it's obviously going to be harder to attain those grades.
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    (Original post by Dilzo999)
    Kings and Queen marys are both great universities. From your AS results ABB shouldn't be a problem to get although how far are you away from each grade boundary e.g. if you just scrapped the A and the B then it's obviously going to be harder to attain those grades.
    4 UMS from an A in the B subject and 4 UMS from a B in the C subject, I think I'm just worrying too much


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    (Original post by hudsonxoxo)
    Just want people's opinions...I'm almost definite that I'm going to firm Kings which is AAB, is it risky if i put Queen Mary as my insurance at ABB? Should I put a lower one? I got ABCC at AS and I am retaking two, just worried ahah


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    KCL gave you an AAB offer?! I thought QMUL also offered A*AA...
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    KCL gave you an AAB offer?! I thought QMUL also offered A*AA...
    for English Language an Communication/Linguistics?



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    for English Language an Communication/Linguistics?



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    Sorry, I got my threads confused! Congrats, two great offers
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    Sorry, I got my threads confused! Congrats, two great offers
    Thankyou


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    (Original post by BlossomS)
    You should be expecting full marks, no? :holmes:
    You'll get there, no sweat I see! Sounds like a good combo! If I had the option of taking French at GCSE, I would have Hopefully though, I'll get a chance to learn to speak it after my A2s What's your favourite subject right now?
    NO! :sad: I wish I did! My school doesn't offer FM at all and I didn't want to risk teaching myself at A2 with the incompetent teachers I have. I'm just doing Maths, Phys and Chem but I did the 3 sciences and Maths last year for AS
    Meh I looked at a mark scheme and I crossed out the accent on à. Turns out I was right in the first place full UMS maybe

    French was the only GCSE language I could properly do (and welsh but). Yeah, you should definitely learn a language!

    My favourite subject... Chem/French hence my degree choice. Although they're all boring now!

    Aah. That sucks! Still a great combo, I hate bio as!:mad:
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    (Original post by hudsonxoxo)
    4 UMS from an A in the B subject and 4 UMS from a B in the C subject, I think I'm just worrying too much


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    Forget grades for a moment.
    Which 2 unis out of your 5 do you want to go to?

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    Looks like I jinxed myself.
    I got flu as well as a sore throat now

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    (Original post by BlossomS)
    I was hoping the same thing! I haven't come across anyone who does OCR A for the sciences yet :sad:
    Chemical Engineering
    I do OCR A Physics! Medical Science option


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    Mocks are done I didn't finish my history though, so I've done awful. 15.5 pages clearly wasn't enough

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    Mocks are done I didn't finish my history though, so I've done awful. 15.5 pages clearly wasn't enough

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    :rofl:

    Today my physics took a relatively long time a whole 2/3 of the damn time!:lol:

    Did A2 French in like 1/3 of the time :mmm:
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    Mocks are done I didn't finish my history though, so I've done awful. 15.5 pages clearly wasn't enough

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    15 pages?! How long was the exam? :eek:


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :rofl:

    Today my physics took a relatively long time a whole 2/3 of the damn time!:lol:

    Did A2 French in like 1/3 of the time :mmm:
    I'm such an idiot, spent way too long on the first question by writing too much

    Hahaha wow

    How is that even possible?! :lol:
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    15 pages?! How long was the exam? :eek:


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    Yep, stupidly wrote too much though, ruined my chance of a good grade 2 hours


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    Yep, stupidly wrote too much though, ruined my chance of a good grade 2 hours


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    You wrote 15 pages in 2 hours wow :eek:

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    You wrote 15 pages in 2 hours wow :eek:

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    Sadly haha

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