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(Original post by gordon2002)
probably spend their whole lives studying random gcse's/a-levels such as astrology or something
I wonder if these people have any friends. Or any friends that don't use them to copy from. But seriously, how would you have time to go out and socialise?!
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what about the worst grades ? My cousin managed to achieve 4 U*s, as for the other 5 subjects he didn't receive results because he was removed from taking them, as a result of his willingness to learn and do well.
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I wonder if these people have any friends. Or any friends that don't use them to copy from. But seriously, how would you have time to go out and socialise?!
the point is they probably don't, either that, or they are actually smart. This is only one extreme example, did you watch 'the boy with the incredible brain'? This boy-->guy was able to square numbers with 2 units from his head within 10 seconds. Aswell a division, this guy even gave the answer which was longer than whaty the computer was able to produce. He was also able to fluently learn the Icelland language in 1 week and had conversations live on TV
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Yes, I saw that one. He saw the numbers as pictures in his brain. He closed his eyes and visualised them. They also had the main who inspired the movie rain man starring Dustin Hoffman. The guy in real life could read a page in 8 seconds and remember everything he read word for word. He could read a page with both eyes! :eek: He knows everything about each Countries Leaders through history, all their families and such. He also has read all of the encyclopedias. I think the guy who was amazing at maths was slightly autistic and the man who inspired the rain man was fully autistic.

Amazing ey! :rolleyes:
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a boy at my school got 13 A*s, and he skipped two years of school!He got 6 A's at A level, and went to Cambridge, when i think he must have been 16.He was a bit of a wierdo though....
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Yes, I saw that one. He saw the numbers as pictures in his brain. He closed his eyes and visualised them. They also had the main who inspired the movie rain man starring Dustin Hoffman. The guy in real life could read a page in 8 seconds and remember everything he read word for word. He could read a page with both eyes! :eek: He knows everything about each Countries Leaders through history, all their families and such. He also has read all of the encyclopedias. I think the guy who was amazing at maths was slightly autistic and the man who inspired the rain man was fully autistic.

Amazing ey! :rolleyes:
guess hes got a 'photo graphic memory'
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See my sig for my predictions - I won't get them though.
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My friend got 15A*s at a state school. She's done Eng. Lang./Lit., Maths, Chem & Bio at A/S and is dropping English and doing an AEA in Biology which all seems quite reasonable to me! She's applying for medicine though so good GCSE grades will help!
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Who gives a damn?
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Who gives a damn?
The more exams you do the more you realise how little they matter!
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(Original post by leannemann)
The more exams you do the more you realise how little they matter!
I was just thinking that myself! In 10 years time, we probably won't even remember what we got in our GCSE's, so what's the point in comparing ourselves and worrying about them? I can barely remember my results now, and it was only two years ago
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Yeah. Although I did get a B in Astronomy. LOL

Nevertheless, being clever doesn't make you a nice person, something that I have realised more and more as I've gone on...
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so what's the point in comparing ourselves and worrying about them?
because it is funny.
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because it is funny.
Er...why? :confused:
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Er...why? :confused:
because it is funny when you look back at them when you're in university, (but not as funny when you are applying for university)
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even though I'm applying this year, so I shouldn't think its funny.
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Yeah, I think all of my friends who are already at university have been laughing at me for being so worried about meeting my offer! Hopefully in a month's time, I'll be laughing at me too
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i got 100 A*s. I am sooooooooo proud.hehehe.I beat u all.hehehe
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Yeah, I think all of my friends who are already at university have been laughing at me for being so worried about meeting my offer! Hopefully in a month's time, I'll be laughing at me too
If I don't get the offers, I'll be the laughing-stock!
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If I don't get the offers, I'll be the laughing-stock!
Haha! No, I'm sure you'll get offers. Almost all of my friends got at least one offer, except this one girl who got 4 rejections for medicine. So I'm sure you'll be fine! And besides, that's what UCAS Extra and Clearing are for!
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