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    (Original post by trollface54)
    I guess I'm the only one here doing 17 gcse's
    My friends 17 doing hers too
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    I hope it's not too hot on the day, I'll probably die walking to school to get them.

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    I'm not joking I'm actually doing 17
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    I'll show u guys
    I'll post them up on results day if u don't believe me
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    I got 4 A*s by Gods will in year 10
    They were igcses in:
    Maths
    Bio
    Chem
    And ICT(gcse)
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    17, though. I don't envy you at all. You must have had a lot of exams

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    My friend is coming with me and my mum on results day as her parents can't go... I would be bricking it if my mum wasn't there lol


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    (Original post by Mlb37)
    My friend is coming with me and my mum on results day as her parents can't go... I would be bricking it if my mum wasn't there lol


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    I don't even know how I'm gonna feel on the day but I'm not sure about relatives coming in case I humiliate them on the day. However, it is ten days so who knows?

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    I told my mum that for every A* I get she's gotta buy me a burger😂😂😂
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    See I thought I was OTT at 15 GCSEs LOL.
    The question is really whether you can get 17 A*s, now though.
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    A burger per A*? Fingers crossed, hey?

    My mum wants to help me with money so is paying me by grades:

    A* = £20, A = £10, B = £5, C = £2.50 and D = £1

    Hoping for at least £50 :P

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    Hoping therse going to be a thread for GB's when they're released
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    (Original post by lucy Jane.f)
    Hoping therse going to be a thread for GB's when they're released
    Might be, unless everyone discusses thrn in this thread

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    (Original post by surina16)
    bs.
    They are usually taken by the generally 'smarter' private schools, and international students.
    My school is one of the worst schools in the borough and so they made all of us take IGCSE English Language. If they didn't do that then majority of us would be predicted Cs and Bs but because they changed it from GCSEs to IGCSEs majority of us were predicted a grade higher because it's so much easier.
    State schools use IGCSEs for kids who are less able in order for them to get a better grade. Not BS.


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    I didn't know what igcse was until this thread

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    By tomorrow the days will go down to single figures !!
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    By tomorrow the days will go down to single figures !!
    Less than 4 hours to go till midnight! :yay:
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    Does anyone know how remarks work? Like if the result isn't what you wanted do you apply on the day?
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    Apparently IGCSE english language is the most easiest exam board
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    (Original post by Do it Right)
    Does anyone know how remarks work? Like if the result isn't what you wanted do you apply on the day?
    If I'm correct, if you want a remark, you should discuss it with your subject teacher on the day to see if it's the right thing to do. I believe it costs money and it may not go up. If you are really close to the grade above (especially if it's an entry grade), it's always good to talk to your teacher to see what him/her think about this.

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