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    (Original post by Ayostunner)
    Well if i'm being honest i'm not excited any longer
    I've always wanted to go to Imperial (my main motivation to do amazing)
    but after my chemistry exam today i know i might defo have to retake
    which decreases my chances of getting in there !
    So yea thinking about uni atm is just :thumbsdown:

    I'm sure you did better than you think...Are you in year 12 or 13?
    And even if you do retake an exam it's not the end of the world...I'm retaking 2 and they still gave me an offer.
    I know it's for a completely different course but I oubt retaking 1 module will hurt your chances that much.
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    Most scary thing would be if I don't get the grades..
    Dissapointment from myself, and my family would hurt
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    eesh.. it motivates me. yes. good grades = decent uni and amazing partying will hopefulyl go hand in hand.
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    (Original post by Smeh)

    I'm sure you did better than you think...Are you in year 12 or 13?
    And even if you do retake an exam it's not the end of the world...I'm retaking 2 and they still gave me an offer.
    I know it's for a completely different course but I oubt retaking 1 module will hurt your chances that much.

    Gosh i really hope not
    because i defo defo will ace the 2nd module !
    I'll try to anyway
    I'm in year 12 and i know im overeacting but i just have high expectations for myself and when i don't meet them it messes me up :mad:
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    (Original post by Bossa Nova)
    I'm not even sure if there is a university that offers a Law and English Literature degree :unsure:
    Check out the UCAS website:

    http://tinyurl.com/yfg3tk2
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    (Original post by Delight :))
    Most scary thing would be if I don't get the grades..
    Dissapointment from myself, and my family would hurt
    :console: Same here the expectations of my parents and myself is making me motivated to do well. However i'm under such pressure to perform well as a consequence
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    (Original post by Bossa Nova)
    :console: Same here the expectations of my parents and myself is making me motivated to do well. However i'm under such pressure to perform well as a consequence
    It's soo much pressure, but I guess we got to deal with it..
    Any ideas of Uni's?
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    (Original post by cowleya)
    Check out the UCAS website:

    http://tinyurl.com/yfg3tk2
    Aw none of the universities I was considering
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    (Original post by Delight :))
    It's soo much pressure, but I guess we got to deal with it..
    Any ideas of Uni's?
    Yep. Ideally London. I've been considering Kings College London and LSE. What about you?
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    (Original post by Bossa Nova)
    Yep. Ideally London. I've been considering Kings College London and LSE. What about you?
    Maybe somewhere just outside of London.. cause I am from there so a change would be good..
    Maybe Surrey..
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    (Original post by Ayostunner)
    Gosh i really hope not
    because i defo defo will ace the 2nd module !
    I'll try to anyway
    I'm in year 12 and i know im overeacting but i just have high expectations for myself and when i don't meet them it messes me up :mad:
    :hugs:
    Totally know how you feel. Just dont get too stressed. Just do your best and the offers will take care of themselves :p:
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    I'm so excited! I've been looking at unis, but I keep looking at places like Oxbridge, Durham, UCL etc and then panicking about whether I stand half a chance of getting into anywhere like that :o: I can't believe how real it all is...
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    (Original post by Smeh)
    :hugs:
    Totally know how you feel. Just dont get too stressed. Just do your best and the offers will take care of themselves :p:


    ahh thanks
    i definately feel waaay better now
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    im freaking out in utter excitement
    gotta get the grades! we can do it! woop woop
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    (Original post by Delight :))
    Maybe somewhere just outside of London.. cause I am from there so a change would be good..
    Maybe Surrey..
    Oh alright. I can see why you'd want to go to another city now:p:
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    (Original post by Bossa Nova)
    Oh alright. I can see why you'd want to go to another city now:p:
    Lool
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    (Original post by Pheylan)
    i quite enjoyed doing mine, it was the first bit of essay-type writing i'd done in ages
    I assume you're a maths/science student? See all my subjects involve essay-writing in some form, so it was just more writing to me :rolleyes: I guess it would be good if you didn't have to do it all the time though
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    Woo Surrey
    Any ideas on yours guys
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    I'm really excited too =D
    When i walk into exams i feel less nervous and more like "the faster this is over with, the faster i can start uni!!". Atm i'm not 100% sure where i want to apply for other then Cambridge (impossible right!)... but i need a good plan B...
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    Seriously, so excited. But at the same time nervous about the old AS Levels... :eek:

    (Original post by sadie-kiki)
    I'm going to break the rules because I'm on a gap year.
    What sort of thing are you doing? I really want to have a gap year
    And your bike is GORGEOUS. Hehe
 
 
 
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