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    axle how long did it take to type that, lol
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    not that you read it but 5 mins tocuh typing and using a bit form a topic i posted on another fourm earlier
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    (Original post by axle05)
    Look when our GCSE results come out the news reports will ahve a bunch of families on tv showing there kids who are going to open there reults live . They all ways get A's in all subject before they open it they go on about how hard they worked and how hard they are bla bla bla
    then when they get there A's there like 'oh look GCSE'S are piss and there really easy and people who didn't get C's etc or what ever i thick !!! and didn't work'.

    Can i say now that i understand your proud of your self and everything but don't rub it in our faces . I mean look i've studied more than any one else in the whole school (i can prove that if you want dont question me on that i can actully prove how long i ahve spent reviseing comapred to others with really stats ) i work hard and i stay up long night studying i meet all my dead line si go to revsion classes i even got a outside tutor to boost my grades up i put my self through mental tourcher to improve myself

    The cold hard fact is i'm still going to leave school with s**T grades . I'm going to pass GNVQ and get 4 C's but there not worth s**t all collages i aplied for don't count them so that means i ahve to sue my other grades

    heres what i think i will get

    A* in Drama
    D/C in Maths /Science
    Cor B in english
    D/C/B in history
    U/G/F/E/C IN Spainsh

    oh yea and a cheap certifict saying i could run around in PE
    oH WAIT THEN THERE re WHICH IS WORTH 1/2 A GCSE

    So as you can see i'm getting s*** grades

    The thing is i'm not thick i started school in a private school but my dad left and my mum couldnt aford to keep me in that school so you know i went to a bloody cheap ass school and my grades droped , My teachers that were getting me A's in my new school all f*****d off and left the school so were now stuck with rookies that can't teach . hell i wanted to quite school alltogether but screw that i got myself 2 jobs and got some money and got me privete teachers to help me (can prove all this as well)
    I garentee you if i was in that private school i would never have made this topic or have seent his website cause i would be geetting A's jsut my taking a crap my old school was the BEST

    So i would apriciate it that when the results come out you dont **** of people with lower grades soem of them deserve to be ****ed of but there are the odd few like me that worked hard and still did bad .

    Also i woud like to point out i'm not making excuses for my bad grades dont miss read this load of long winded banter i'm just saying i know deep down i did my best (UNDER THE CIRCUMSATNCES) and i will admit now mayb i could ahve worked harder but i still i'm going to ahng what ever i egt on my wall with pride weather its a G or an A its the best i could do

    hell if you want i could tell you why my spanish grade looks so odd but iu will only tell if some oen requests it

    so you knwo heres whats going to happen
    on the result day
    on the news they'll say

    'Are GCSE'S getting easier even more students are passing gettign 4-5 A-C grades , with girls still out perfoming the boys'

    Number one the exams arn't exactlly ahrd its just depend son how you mange your time and how good your teachers and resources are

    Number two being a boy i can explain why more girls pass . In my school (all boys ) All the boys are demented little perverts and only think with there d*** , Girls dont care too mcuh about a boy friend etc casue they know boys will allways want it


    SO in closing if anyone here does (i know this is doubt fall) end up on A news show casue of there grades SHUT UP WHEN YOU GET YOUR A's dont **** of other people . You know , i'm not taking nothing away from you you got the higest grades but don't rub it in peoples faces hell i know i'm getting a A* in drama but i don't go to the people in my class that can't act and rub it in there face .

    HELL I HATE GCSE'S
    I HATE KIDS THAT RUB INTELIGENCE IN YOUR FACE

    i RESECT KIDS THAT WORK FOR THERE GRADES SIMPEL AS

    i'm now carm thats my ***** fit over phew ..............


    GOOD LUCK EVERY ONE WITH YOUR EXAMS
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    CONGRATS TO ANYONE WHO GETS A'S B'S


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    HERE HERE AXLE!!!!!!!!!!! xoxo
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    Look: GCSEs are not really a measure of intelligence/academic ability/academic potential... GCSEs are a measure of how hard a candidate works... This is true for the majority of candidates, there are some however who are academically challanged and "less able." So I agree with the dude who started this thread - It annoys me too when people say "I got A*s" and basically try and intimidate you and insinuate through that, that they are cleverer than you... *******s (excuse my french) - I am smart, but I didn't put the work in these past two years and I'm probably going to walk out of school with B's and C's as opposed to A*'s and A's which is what I'd get if I had bloody well got my arse into gear... Anyway just to say, a candidate who achieves an A* is not necessarily more able than a candidate who achieves a C or a D, it just means that the candidate has bothered to put in more work. This is true as we are taught everything we need to know and let's be honest, if the truth be told the content of most syllabuses is not hard, it just takes a candidate to be able to remember methods and information to gain a high grade... Lecture over,
    That's true, but GCSEs aren't that hard, so perhaps it is a measure of natural intelligence. If I worked solidly I'd get as many A*s as I wanted, and I truly believe that, sorry if it comes across as arrogance. But I know that I haven't worked hard, I won't get all A*s, but the grades that I do get will represent my natural intelligence, because they're what I will get without all the hard work, if you get me.
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    yea makes sense i get what your saying zhivago
    lol thanks tammy_girl
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    (Original post by zhivago)
    That's true, but GCSEs aren't that hard, so perhaps it is a measure of natural intelligence. If I worked solidly I'd get as many A*s as I wanted, and I truly believe that, sorry if it comes across as arrogance. But I know that I haven't worked hard, I won't get all A*s, but the grades that I do get will represent my natural intelligence, because they're what I will get without all the hard work, if you get me.
    Yeah, I know what you mean - it's the same for me. I probably haven't worked as hard I could have because I know I can get away with not doing much and still get good grades, albeit not amazing grades.
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    (Original post by zhivago)
    That's true, but GCSEs aren't that hard, so perhaps it is a measure of natural intelligence. If I worked solidly I'd get as many A*s as I wanted, and I truly believe that, sorry if it comes across as arrogance. But I know that I haven't worked hard, I won't get all A*s, but the grades that I do get will represent my natural intelligence, because they're what I will get without all the hard work, if you get me.
    I agree with you on the part that A*s are achievable at will with perseverence and effort. Don't get me wrong, people can work their asses off and be just shy or well off from an A* - All I am saying is that when it comes to GCSEs (Effort > Attainment) by that I mean a bigger amount of effort will get you further than a bigger intelectual capacity.
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    I don't think you should worry so much you know. You don't sound unintelligent, and you obviously work hard, and have a bit of a dodgy background (as you've said yourself) do don't beat yourself up about it if you don't get As or Bs or whatever. If you knew you were never going to get As/Bs then it doesn't matter does it? If you're aiming for Bs/Cs, and you get 'em then be chuffed that you've got 'em. It doesn't matter what other people's targets are...
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    (Original post by zhivago)
    Hmm, I disagree. People get all pissed off when other people do well, I think it's completely selfish. The fact of the matter is it's natural to be happy when you achieve something, and I know a majority of people with this argument are often hypocritical. If these people who get so pissed off by it achieved As and A*s they'd be chuffed too, and would do the same, if they never find that out then that's unfortunate.

    I'm not one of these people for the "rubbing", and I don't always get super grades, but it pisses me off when people get pissed off by other people getting good grades. Either they should work harder, accept that they should have worked harder, or just accept that they're not that clever. Get a life.
    yeah i suppose, if there was a thread about what people got on results day then i would post my results in it. But i dont want to see loads of threads on this forum all the same done by different people about their results.

    Perhaps if a mod could make a thread about results and stick it at the top of the page, just so there isnt about 10 identical threads about the same topic, at least then the people that dont want to be reading about other peoples decent results dont have to look in it.

    I didnt mean anything by what i put earlier, just saying what some poeple might feel.
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    All I am saying is that when it comes to GCSEs (Effort > Attainment) by that I mean a bigger amount of effort will get you further than a bigger intelectual capacity.
    Yeah, I agree. Well for the main part. Although I'm pretty sure there are genii out there who will always get 14 A*s and come off better than someone who's worked 24 hours a day for 365 days a year. (Well maybe not that much!)
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    I know this might sound trite, but i think its best not to worry about other people's results and how hard they've worked (or not, as may be the case.) Everyone has different abilities and not everyone is going to get the same results. There are always people in life that do better than you- c'est la vie! But if you're happy with your results and have worked hard that's all that matters- don't let other people get to you.
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    However, Zhivago, I disagree that GCSEs are "natural intelligence" because GCSEs test you on specialist information which you need to be taught... I mean, picture this: A baby is born with such a big intelectual capacity and its in his/her genes that they will be able to do mathematic calculations in their head quickly, but, when it comes down to GCSEs, you don't get exams where they want you to tell them what 59 x 285 is, or similar... You understand, you may get one or two questions like that, but they ask mainly on specialist topics which you NEED TO BE TAUGHT (by that I mean you cannot be born with a natural ability to "KNOW HOW TO FIND THETA USING TRIG") Ok I hope I explained myself clearly, if not please criticise me so I can explain clearer as I believe GCSEs are not about nat. aptitude and there are good reasons for that, some of which I have already posted.
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    sorry to hear, axle There are quite a lot of people in similar situations that i know.. the best thing really to do is to just try and move on, to find people who are caring and understanding, to do as well as you can and get into a profession you would love to do...


    From the sounds of things, you are a very emotionally strong person, and your predicted grades are your grades, by the sounds of things, of which you have earned from your own accord, which i think is impressive.

    A* in Drama
    D/C in Maths /Science
    Cor B in english
    D/C/B in history
    U/G/F/E/C IN Spainsh

    which should include 5 A-C's, easily enough for A-levels!

    What i reccomend is if you go to a different sixth form if you can, one which is better run than your current one!


    I know you may think that people dont care, but seriously a lot of us do! Take a look at the replies so far, nobody criticising your huge post...

    Would it be at all possible if i knew the school name? The conditions sound awful, and i would love to know why the government has not helped it out!
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    You know what i read the first sentence under the red and i aint reading a word more

    I was one of the first people to reply on this thread and I was trying to be sympathetic but you know what you are axle?
    A pathetic little whiner who doesn't know sh-it about real life
    Let me tell you something, some day, if you're lucky you're gonna meet some really great people
    And you know what some of them are gonna have real problems
    Depression and suicidal thoughts aren't something that just come out of the blue
    They're as much illness as cancer or heart disease or anything else

    So when you've grown up and stopped being this f-cked off little loser who needs to get a life and quit moaning, and when you've stayed up all night talking them out of it, when you've seen the blood everywhere, when you've been in the ambulance, when you've been to the f*cking therapist with them who tells them it's all about **** that means nothing to their life, when you've seen the doctors give them pills that tip them over the edge or make them hallucinate and **** them over even worse THEN you can start talking about suicide

    But right now you are just a sad little waster who doesn't deserve the grades he thinks he ought to get

    No wonder you've got no friends if you can't show a molecule of compassion
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    Oooh, Maitron.
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    Bekaboo, try exercising empathy, it does come in handy once in a while... :rolleyes:


    And regarding your post, it was out of line, you have no knowledge of Axle's situational experiences or 'background'. Dont judge a book by it's cover please...
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    I thinks bekaboo must've read more than the first line under the red :P she seems to know everything he wrote
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    /me reps axle05

    I agree..
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    If any of you think he has a right to talk that way about suicidal people then you ought to try meeting a few yourself

    It's not funny and if any of you started talking that way about someone who had cancer or something the nthe world would call you crazy

    I've been there i've done it all i've called the *@***ing ambulance and if he thinks that it's just people having no balls then HE'S the one who needs to have a bit of empathy

    It's not funny seeing your best friend like that
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    Bekaboo, try exercising empathy, it does come in handy once in a while... :rolleyes:


    And regarding your post, it was out of line, you have no knowledge of Axle's situational experiences or 'background'. Dont judge a book by it's cover please...
    What you mean exactly like he's doing?
 
 
 
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