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LukethePianoMan
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Hey guys, before GCSE results day, lets discuss the biggest GCSE success stories you know about
for example:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...-at-16-As.html
Talk about it!
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Have you done your GCSE's? And whats with the thread name?
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Oh look he's gonna do medicine, what a surprise!
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Have you done your GCSE's? And whats with the thread name?
its cuz my friend is unnat krishna, he is sitting next to me, didnt want me to do this
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Oh look he's gonna do medicine, what a surprise!
lol!
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its cuz my friend is unnat krishna, he is sitting next to me, didnt want me to do this
Well, well done to him then I guess,

He officially reaches TSR standards.
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Well, well done to him then I guess,

He officially reaches TSR standards.
lol, im persuading him to join, everyone will love him here!
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Oh look he's gonna do medicine, what a surprise!
Why is it a surprise? Cuz he's Asian? LOL.
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That's nothing; I know somebody who got 15 A*s and didn't go running to the papers about it!

ps nobody cares — that's probably why Unnat didn't want you to start this thread :woo:
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Oh.
For a sec I thought that tsr had finally moved on from Islam and the new target was Hinduism :lolwut:
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(Original post by LukethePianoMan)
Hey guys, before GCSE results day, lets discuss the biggest GCSE success stories you know about
for example:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...-at-16-As.html
Talk about it!
Who cares?

He got his GCSEs, so what?

The world moves on.

Anyways, they're only GCSEs. Hardly spectacular.
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Unnat took 14 GCSEs and an AS Level, which is the equivalent of two GCSEs
Well that's utter ********.
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Well that's utter ********.
This.
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IF I GET 9A* GCSES, A DISTINCTION IN MY DIDA COURSE, AN A in my AS level maths (taking one year early) and an A in my critical thinking AS, that means i can potentially get 17A*s, what a load of crap, 1AS is not 2A*
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IF I GET 9A* GCSES, A DISTINCTION IN MY DIDA COURSE, AN A in my AS level maths (taking one year early) and an A in my critical thinking AS, that means i can potentially get 17A*s, what a load of crap, 1AS is not 2A*
does dida school based
an A at AS level is more than double 2 A stars in terms of GCSE league table points
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(Original post by LukethePianoMan)
does dida school based
an A at AS level is more than double 2 A stars in terms of GCSE league table points
But it is NOT a GCSE qualification.

Who cares about the ******** league table points?
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does dida school based
an A at AS level is more than double 2 A stars in terms of GCSE league table points
You're still at it?

GCSE League tables are comprised of GCSE subjects not A levels. Don't be a **** wit.
A level grades and predictions are made on the basis of provisional GCSEs. They only show consistency ffs. A BA degree does not equal a 'X' number of A levels ffs. They are in a category of their own, and therefore cannot be substituted in terms of grades and league tables.
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You're still at it?

GCSE League tables are comprised of GCSE subjects not A levels. Don't be a **** wit.
A level grades and predictions are made on the basis of provisional GCSEs. They only show consistency ffs. A BA degree does not equal a 'X' number of A levels ffs. They are in a category of their own, and therefore cannot be substituted in terms of grades and league tables.
nah my as grades got put in
so my gcse average ended up to be 65
when 58 is for an A*
proof that a levels messed up the system!
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Is it really necessary to tear this Unnat guy apart because he got impressive grades? I'm pretty sure the OP was just trying to get his friend some recognition..
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(Original post by SilverDoe21)
Is it really necessary to tear this Unnat guy apart because he got impressive grades? I'm pretty sure the OP was just trying to get his friend some recognition..
To be fair, we were only trying to tear apart by pointing out the fact he was quite clearly lying by claiming some sort of equivalency between GCSEs and A Levels.
And, besides, given that he was in more than one newspaper last year, I hardly think he's been ignored with regards to the recognition front.
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