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    Anyone doing RS at A-Level? I'm hoping to do thiscourse and was wondering ho many others on this forum are considering soing it. At Present, my schoolhave 3 people doing it at AS Level this year, so we're hoping for a simular number nextyear, so that the school definiately agree to run it again.

    Anyone else?
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    I AM!!! well as long as i get a B in GCSE which hopefully i will. Theres a good intake at my school with usually two classes doing it.
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    (Original post by shauncouldstone)
    Anyone doing RS at A-Level? I'm hoping to do thiscourse and was wondering ho many others on this forum are considering soing it. At Present, my schoolhave 3 people doing it at AS Level this year, so we're hoping for a simular number nextyear, so that the school definiately agree to run it again.

    Anyone else?
    my sister done the course 2 years ago in my school we do Matthew's gospel, the shroud and the reformation and well my sister said to me its an awful word-load for the course....i personally wouldnt take it on but that is just my thoughts....but good luck if you do xoxo
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    for sure, sh it makes you think about the world and that, easy as f if u ask me..how would it work with 3 people? that would be well good. also is a level rs actually useful, cos i might do it cos im good at it and will pass easy as fork...
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    (Original post by BadlikeYaz buff)
    for sure, sh it makes you think about the world and that, easy as f if u ask me..how would it work with 3 people? that would be well good. also is a level rs actually useful, cos i might do it cos im good at it and will pass easy as fork...
    and this is comin from a fella who said GCSE's weren't as important as football you have got to be kidding me.... RE may be easy for GCSE and so might other subjects but as soon as you go into AS its a whole different system, its twice as hard as GCSE and a harder word-load so dont count ur chickens before they hatch!

    p.s. a class can work with 3 people yeah cause thats how many was in my music class. xoxo
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    "and this is comin from a fella who said GCSE's weren't as important as football "

    do you disagree with this statement? if so state why...
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    (Original post by BadlikeYaz buff)
    "and this is comin from a fella who said GCSE's weren't as important as football "

    do you disagree with this statement? if so state why...
    have you not received enough warnings about hijacking threads? of course I bloody disagree with it, if you are looking to go to University firstly you would need A levels - and to do A levels you must have GCSE's not particularly in that subject but at least 4 GCSE's to get to do a course.....catch yourself on! xoxo
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    "have you not received enough warnings about hijacking threads?"

    who mentioned football? not me, check yourself...


    "if you are looking to go to University firstly you would need A levels - and to do A levels you must have GCSE's not particularly in that subject but at least 4 GCSE's to get to do a course"

    no sh*t sherlock.

    I destroyed gcses( all be it with c's in science do to my crapness, and a crap first maths paper). but the point is i will also destroy a levels, fo sure...
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    (Original post by BadlikeYaz buff)
    I destroyed gcses( all be it with c's in science do to my crapness, and a crap first maths paper). but the point is i will also destroy a levels, fo sure...
    omg dont make me laugh even harder, destroyin GCSE's? going on like that?you are such a hypocrite, a lot of courses you might not even be accepted on with C's I know personally that you aren't allowed to do Sociology without a B or above in English, so you're technically not destroying anything except your own future....people like you who go on like they are really something need to realise a lot of people on this forum actually do work and with an attitude like yours it doesnt help things along, so why dont you just go and idolise your footballers and give us all a break because all you are is fake to be honest xoxo
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    I want to do it but it isn't classed as a mickey mouse subject by unis is it?? I'd have to do Johns gospel the longest one!
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    (Original post by button16)
    I want to do it but it isn't classed as a mickey mouse subject by unis is it?? I'd have to do Johns gospel the longest one!
    nah i dont think it is button xoxo
 
 
 
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