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My friend's brother got 3 U's at A2. He took a gap year and is redoing his exams, don't know if he's done better yet...I hope so...
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(Original post by kitsune)
mmm can someone get UUU???!!!
My maths teacher did
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I am surprised he is actually teaching Maths....
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I am surprised he is actually teaching Maths....
Yeah, I'd be quite worried if any of my teachers failed all their A-levels......
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it scares me,though I think it's a quite good idea,
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I am surprised he is actually teaching Maths....
(Original post by kellywood_5)
Yeah, I'd be quite worried if any of my teachers failed all their A-levels......
Its not that he was totally dumb, but his mother died at the time and so he failed. He re did something later, or so he said...
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Its not that he was totally dumb, but his mother died at the time and so he failed. He re did something later, or so he said...
Ahh OK, special circumstances then.
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(Original post by kellywood_5)
Yeah, I'd be quite worried if any of my teachers failed all their A-levels......
You can always do the work yourself :p: just like mine, they missed out about 1/4 of the syllabus, and the a few parts they did were not sufficient in detail.
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yes its possible to get UUU, not everyones as clever as you guys on here!

i have a college down the road, and id say a couple of people expecting those sorts of grades.
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Okay.... but if anyone actually tried, I doubt they would get a U.
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Richard Branson failed his A-Levels, enough said
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Damn, and there I was thinking that getting a B was the end of the world.
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Damn, and there I was thinking that getting a B was the end of the world.
It's the end of Imperial for me! lol!!!

btw for Sport Science at Loborough (what a name... dont know how to write it! :'() they ask for AAA!!! So does City for Actuarial Science! :O
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It's the end of Imperial for me! lol!!!

btw for Sport Science at Loborough (what a name... dont know how to write it! :'() they ask for AAA!!! So does City for Actuarial Science! :O
What's wrong with Acturial Science?
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What's wrong with Acturial Science?
nothing... although Cass Business School is really good for Business... I think that City asking for AAA... plus that very course goes into clearing! :O
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nothing... although Cass Business School is really good for Business... I think that City asking for AAA... plus that very course goes into clearing! :O
Fair enough.
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Fair enough.
I was thinking of applying to it through Clearing if I dont get the grades but my dad told me.. ehmm... NO!!! lol!
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My friend got three U's and he's went to university - he didn't like the course and has dropped out now because it wasn't very good, but that's not the point.
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what uni/course was that?
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Since examining boards don't certify (F) graded A-Levels (i.e. they don't issue certificates with (F) grades on them) can you NOT mention a flunked A-Level on your UCAS application form??...I mean what's to stop you? A certificate never came out and neither you nor the examining board can prove that you ever took that A-Level exam and got that grade....Aren't we supposed to ONLY state certified qualifications on our UCAS application forms?!

someone get back to me on this!
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