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    (Original post by AFreeman)
    finding all 7 dragonballs
    Beat me to it.

    Honestly, for me it was essentially self teaching myself Welsh in my primary so I could enrol in my wholly Welsh-Curriculum high school and getting my offers to dental school. I've done lots of fun little things too but they're not too important.
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    Idk, being able to lick my elbow or something.
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    Talking to and shaking hands with the Prime Minister
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    (Original post by Brit_Miller)
    Graduated top of my year and received an institute of mathematics and its applications prize for outstanding performance.
    congrats, you pursuing further study in maths then?
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    Learning English from scratch when I moved to the UK 6 years ago, or perhaps the DofE expedition.
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    (Original post by the greatest)
    congrats, you pursuing further study in maths then?
    Thanks! Yeah, I've accepted a funded phd position in applied maths
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    (Original post by Brit_Miller)
    Thanks! Yeah, I've accepted a funded phd position in applied maths
    Brilliant news, if you dont mind me asking where will you be starting and what field of applied maths will you be studying ? (numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, dynamical systems, applied pdes ?)

    Reason asking, I'll be like you enrolling this year in a PhD in applied maths
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    Graduating a year early from my uni and studying abroad at Cambridge
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    Learning the Rasengan.
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    (Original post by the greatest)
    Brilliant news, if you dont mind me asking where will you be starting and what field of applied maths will you be studying ? (numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, dynamical systems, applied pdes ?)

    Reason asking, I'll be like you enrolling this year in a PhD in applied maths
    I'll pm
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    (Original post by StayCee089)
    Awh man! Every time you die.. and you have to go back and do EVERYTHING again.. my life was ruined when I got that game haha!
    I'm stuck on the fire-spider-woman thing.
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    Having my own business I guess
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Getting A*AB after being predicted ABC at Alevel and getting an achievement award from the mayor of my borough
    wow, either your teachers didn't know your true potential or you worked your ass off, or both
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    (Original post by Kabulkid)
    wow, either your teachers didn't know your true potential or you worked your ass off, or both
    more the latter. believe it or not but it was the subject I was predicted a C in (socio) that i actually ended up with an A*. i got a D at AS but I retook some modules and worked very very hard at A2 and i made it
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    Having my own business I guess
    what kind of business is it?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    more the latter. believe it or not but it was the subject I was predicted a C in (socio) that i actually ended up with an A*. i got a D at AS but I retook some modules and worked very very hard at A2 and i made it
    damnn, good for you girl! you going uni this year?
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    I think most people will say this, but things like GCSE and A Level results, and getting into my uni.

    Other than that, it's somehow managing to go 19 years without breaking any bones (touch wood) despite being a clumsy git.
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    Recovering after being sectioned for a couple of months.
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    (Original post by Optimistprime)
    Recovering after being sectioned for a couple of months.
    Been there myself I hope you feel ok.
 
 
 
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