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    (Original post by extraordinaire)
    That's strange because my friend is also doing NCS and she said that they cancelled the 25th because most of the people in her programme were in Year 11

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    Most of my group is Year 11, thinking about it, but I'm pretty sure that we're still using results day.
    I know for results day this week, everyone has to be back for 3 o'clock, so I'm guessing it will be something like that but a bit earlier?
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    (Original post by XLittleSparrowX)
    Same here, depending if they're there early enough :P I'll probably get so excited and pressured by teachers I'll have to rip it on the spot (Good luck to me if the teachers wanna see)
    Yh, opening results can be adrenaline inducing

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    My plan - run in to school as soon as I'm allowed to take my results, my dad and I are gonna sit in maccies and I'll open them after eating a burger and fries.. Then when I'm calm, rip it open.. And either go outside and start digging my grave or go have a meal with friends 🍷🍷
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    I am so nervous the grade boundaries better be really low otherwise I'm screwed!! I so regret taking art argh!!
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    (Original post by Drewwww)
    My plan - run in to school as soon as I'm allowed to take my results, my dad and I are gonna sit in maccies and I'll open them after eating a burger and fries.. Then when I'm calm, rip it open.. And either go outside and start digging my grave or go have a meal with friends 🍷🍷
    That's pretty different to me, I don't think I have that sort of patience! Good luck, I hope you'll be enjoying that meal.

    (Original post by Mizz.Unicorn)
    I am so nervous the grade boundaries better be really low otherwise I'm screwed!! I so regret taking art argh!!
    I know how you feel about the grade boundaries, I hope they'll be as lenient as possible this year and feel sorry for us worn out students.
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    The countdown is going to turn into single digits from today :eek:
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    As soon as my school gate opens I'm flying to the main hall, I'm actually ready for them, this wait is jarring. The anticipation is too much 😭
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    (Original post by Dizgurl)
    The countdown is going to turn into single digits from today :eek:
    When it hits 1 digit, we'll realise how close it actually is D: Wait until the night before, the thread will be packed with people panicking saying "It's 1 day!"
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    Haha can't wait to grab my results and go straight to reading festival to get ****ed
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    I think "Oh my god they're so close now!" and realise there's still 10 days and then I wanna cry from impatience
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    Are people gonna go to school with their parents to pick up results?
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    I think I got:

    English Lang B
    English lit B
    Maths B
    Additionally science B
    Geography B
    BTEC sport MERIT
    Engineering C
    Computer science C
    Core science B

    Predicted grades:

    English Lang B
    English lit B
    Maths C
    Additional science B
    Geography A*
    BTEC sport MERIT
    Engineering A
    Computer science C
    Core science B

    Actual grades:

    English Lang ??
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    Maths ??
    Additional science ??
    Geography ??
    BTEC sport ??
    Engineering ??
    Computer science ??
    Core science
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    (Original post by Do it Right)
    Are people gonna go to school with their parents to pick up results?
    I'm not as I don't want the pressure 😬😂
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    I think I'm going to open the envelope and cover the sheet of paper with my grades up (with another sheet of paper) and slowly pull the cover away to reveal each grade. I'm doing this so I don't get overwhelmed with all the different letters on the sheet.

    But then again, the anticipation on the day may be so high that I'll iust rip open the envelope to see all my grades!


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    (Original post by XLittleSparrowX)
    When it hits 1 digit, we'll realise how close it actually is D: Wait until the night before, the thread will be packed with people panicking saying "It's 1 day!"
    I know D: Last year it was crammed with nervous and anxious people including me Like its next week!! Ahh
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    (Original post by TheAnon121)
    I think I'm going to open the envelope and cover the sheet of paper with my grades up (with another sheet of paper) and slowly pull the cover away to reveal each grade. I'm doing this so I don't get overwhelmed with all the different letters on the sheet.

    But then again, the anticipation on the day may be so high that I'll iust rip open the envelope to see all my grades!
    May I steal that idea? It's brilliant!

    (Original post by Dizgurl)
    I know D: Last year it was crammed with nervous and anxious people including me Like its next week!! Ahh
    I'm screeching at the thought! Sitting in the garden helps a lot for me, though

    (Original post by Do it Right)
    Are people gonna go to school with their parents to pick up results?
    Dad's at work and Mum has an illness, but I know she's going to force my brother or sister to come so I'm probably gonna sneak out and get them, they'll be like "It's fine, it's fine" but I'd need some alone time!
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    (Original post by XLittleSparrowX)
    May I steal that idea? It's brilliant
    Feel free


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    (Original post by TheAnon121)
    I think I'm going to open the envelope and cover the sheet of paper with my grades up (with another sheet of paper) and slowly pull the cover away to reveal each grade. I'm doing this so I don't get overwhelmed with all the different letters on the sheet.

    But then again, the anticipation on the day may be so high that I'll iust rip open the envelope to see all my grades!


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    May I steal that idea? It's brilliant!
    Can I also use that method?

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    I must be the only one that can't wait for the GB, hopefully they'll put my mind at ease aha
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    I must be the only one that can't wait for the GB, hopefully they'll put my mind at ease aha
    I'm excited

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