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    Just wondering if anyone did this exam today? I thought it was very hard, shockingly so and wanted to know what everyone else thought. I must say its not looking good for me getting my B to go to Liverpool in september!
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    I did it today! Bloody hell, was harder than the past papers and the specimen! What essay did you do?
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    What exam board did u do? Mine was WJEC and i didn't have a clue.
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    (Original post by Paparazzi)
    I did it today! Bloody hell, was harder than the past papers and the specimen! What essay did you do?

    Yep it was, its my third attempt at SN2 as well lol! & I did the one about it been better to stay at home & get a job rather than go to uni, which did you do? I thought the listening bit was really hard too!
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    (Original post by Alphanumeric1927)
    What exam board did u do? Mine was WJEC and i didn't have a clue.

    Yep mine was WJEC, i thought it was rock solid!
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    Yeah I did the same question! The 6 mark translation was really difficult to make sense of! Oh dear, fingers crossed
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    Yep it was,I hope if we've all done bad then grade boundaries will get lowered!
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    I did the traditions essay. Really regreting it now. I was feeling confident beforehand now i'm really down. Oh well theres always resits
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    (Original post by Alphanumeric1927)
    I did the traditions essay. Really regreting it now. I was feeling confident beforehand now i'm really down. Oh well theres always resits
    Oo that one was my last choice. But yeah im just gonna put all my effort into my A2 one noww although thats bound to be even harder in just 4 weeks time.
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    It was pretty hard the listening was the hardest part
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    (Original post by *SomewhereOverTheRainbow)
    Oo that one was my last choice. But yeah im just gonna put all my effort into my A2 one noww although thats bound to be even harder in just 4 weeks time.
    Wow wouldn't be able to do the 2 of them. Good luck.
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    Yeah, praying for low grade boundaries. Is it just me or were there more readings than there have been before?
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    Yeah really random ones too. Abortion in Spain and Ché's granddaughter
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    How did everyone find the listening and what was the point in the second track
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    (Original post by Alphanumeric1927)
    Wow wouldn't be able to do the 2 of them. Good luck.
    Gracias :yep: gonna need it lol
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    (Original post by Johnblue)
    How did everyone find the listening and what was the point in the second track
    Not sure. It really didn't fit any of the questions
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    Yeahh seemed to be loads of reading..and yeah not much point in the second track. The listening was terribleeee. How did you all find the filling gaps exercise?
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    (Original post by *SomewhereOverTheRainbow)
    Yeahh seemed to be loads of reading..and yeah not much point in the second track. The listening was terribleeee. How did you all find the filling gaps exercise?
    it was ok better than listening which I couldn't make head all tail of
    you could do it as a grammar exercise more or less
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    Aha I didn't listen to the second track - oh dear. But it was just grammar anyway? And the gap fill... not quite sure how I feel about it.
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    (Original post by Paparazzi)
    Aha I didn't listen to the second track - oh dear. But it was just grammar anyway? And the gap fill... not quite sure how I feel about it.
    Yep it was, the bit on che guevara grammar section wasnt too bad as some of the sentences were nearly same as what was on my expose etc. And im feelingthe same as you about the filling gaps.
 
 
 
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