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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    hey, im bloody tired but im still awake had no donut today :hmpf:

    i hate shopping with a passion :cool: :p:
    im tired too and i think i am still awake

    i have some donuts :haha: and i aint sharing :evil:

    so dont shop with a passion, take a kewi fruit instead :cool:
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    lol! :p:

    i aint in denial, just saying it how it is :p: :cool:
    i believe you :rolleyes: :p:

    ignorance of midwifery helps my reaction :cool: :cool: :p: (which is not eww!)
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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    :confused: my mates applied for midwifery and she did bio,chem, law and sociology at AS.
    yeah but i dont like a levels And i regret taking the maths and art :hmpf:
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    Chemistry and Biology should be okay for that though. I know that there is a new Health and Social care course which is worth two or three A's...

    I admire those that go into midwifery - I'm too la la to go into something like that.
    Thanks just wish i should of done that instead of the a levels.
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    (Original post by oneway)
    im tired too and i think i am still awake

    i have some donuts :haha: and i aint sharing :evil:

    so dont shop with a passion, take a kewi fruit instead :cool:
    hehe homework sucks :hmpf:

    i dont want your donuts :cool: i only eat donuts from the shop near my college

    i hate kewi fruit with a passion aswell :p: i had beans on toast today:cool: :p:
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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    i believe you :rolleyes: :p:

    ignorance of midwifery helps my reaction :cool: :cool: :p: (which is not eww!)
    :hmpf: fine dont believe me :eviltongu


    lol!! :p:
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    yeah but i dont like a levels And i regret taking the maths and art :hmpf:
    would you consider doing another year at college? then you could do health and social care or something like that

    erm maths- you regret it :eek: :afraid: how did your mocks go
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    :hmpf: fine dont believe me :eviltongu


    lol!! :p:
    wtf??? i said i believe you already :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    would you consider doing another year at college? then you could do health and social care or something like that

    erm maths- you regret it :eek: :afraid: how did your mocks go
    Dont mind doing that!!

    urgh mocks... erm... everyone got lower then 20%, inc. me :eek: its the teacher i tell you!! :p: seriously, she aint a good maths teacher, doesnt explain things clearly enough and i didnt revise so it werent my fault :cool: :p:

    :creep:
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    Thanks just wish i should of done that instead of the a levels.
    You still can - finish off the AS's you have chosen this year, you could always just drop Art come September (I know very well *sympathises* what the work load and expectations are like - my school has arts college status so its very blah blah) and do as well as you can, you will have points from those and grades; then you can go onto the health and social course or something else. AS's are more than GCSE's remember and are still a form of qualification.
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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    wtf??? i said i believe you already :rolleyes:

    lol! you did the :rolleyes: meaning you were being sarcastic :hmpf: :p:
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    You still can - finish off the AS's you have chosen this year, you could always just drop Art come September (I knwo very well what the work load and expectations are like - my school has arts college status so its very blah blah) and do as well as you can, you will have points from those and grades and then you can go onto that course or something else. AS's are more than GCSE's remember and are still a form of qualification.
    thats what i was thinking, do AS's for one year and then do a different course. But i really want to stop art now
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    Dont mind doing that!!

    urgh mocks... erm... everyone got lower then 20%, inc. me :eek: its the teacher i tell you!! :p: seriously, she aint a good maths teacher, doesnt explain things clearly enough and i didnt revise so it werent my fault :cool: :p:

    :creep:
    research health and social care and see whether its ideal for you. i think its 50% or more coursework- i'll ask my mate tomorrow

    i think i need to have words with your maths teacher :security: dont worry its the teachers fault- even if you dont revise its still the teachers fault, or your mates fault for not giving you the notes :p:
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    lol! you did the :rolleyes: meaning you were being sarcastic :hmpf: :p:
    :ninja:
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    thats what i was thinking, do AS's for one year and then do a different course. But i really want to stop art now
    How about if you do the bare minimum; which is still a lot but enough to pass it whilst concentrating on the other subjects. A subject in the arts is good to have as it shows that you are not just an academic but you have a creative, spontaneous side as well.
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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    research health and social care and see whether its ideal for you. i think its 50% or more coursework- i'll ask my mate tomorrow

    i think i need to have words with your maths teacher :security: dont worry its the teachers fault- even if you dont revise its still the teachers fault, or your mates fault for not giving you the notes :p:
    i soooo prefer coursework!! :p: thanks

    lol exactly, so not my faults :cool: :p:
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    How about if you do the bare minimum; which is still a lot but enough to pass it whilst concentrating on the other subjects. A subject in the arts is good to have as it shows that you are not just an academic but you have a creative, spontaneous side as well.
    hmmm... but im very behind already atm and to catch up it would take up all my 2 week holiday when i should be revising for my exams in Jan :hmmmm:
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    (Original post by darth_vader05)
    :ninja:
    :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :eviltongu :p:
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    It's 100% coursework - apparently, no exams at all =0(
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    (Original post by SketchyCanvas)
    i soooo prefer coursework!! :p: thanks

    lol exactly, so not my faults :cool: :p:
    i hate coursework and i hate exams :cool: but i hate cw more so did a levels :p:

    anyway im going to eat now so bibi :ciao:

    remember nothings your fault - its always the techers fault
 
 
 
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