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    Just an example if anyone wants to aspire to reach my levels.

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    Is that a lot?
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    AAA, pretty impressive i'd be over the moon if i'd got that
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    :s My politics folder is way bigger, and it hasn't even got my notes in yet.
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    My notes were about one-tenth of the size.

    My past paper stack was about 100 times the size.

    A*AAABa - last year.
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    *shoots self*
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    quality or quantity?
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    AAA doesn't even seem that great of a deal anymore. It just seems the norm. Something you have to get if you want to go to a uni. well, a uni in top 50, for a job who cares what uni you go to.


    Ok, bye, time to make my folder 10x your folders size..
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    (Original post by ollie82)
    quality or quantity?
    A Levels are all about quantity.
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    And I'll show you my plan to get 480 UCAS points (Advanced Highers are equivalent to A2s)

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    I hope that's just one subject. If that is the entirety of your notes for all your subjects then that's pathetic and didn't even deserve a post, never mind a thread to itself.

    e: For the record, I'm just taking the mick. It's not about quantity. The total combined notes of both my AS + A2 were about half that size and I have 560 UCAS points.
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    Pretentious show off.
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    (Original post by tehsponge)
    A Levels are all about quantity.
    You're stupid.
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    Do IB. You get loads of UCAS points. I got 501 UCAS points.
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    (Original post by Workforce)


    Just an example if anyone wants to aspire to reach my levels.

    Ta
    I was given more notes from my teachers in the first term of AS compared to that shoddy pile. My own notes combined with the notes from my teachers far exceeds your amount over two years.

    You didn't get A*A*A* and 420 points did you? Maybe you should have made more notes instead of showing off.
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    Thanks for the positive reply guys/girls.

    I shall not cast judgement on those who feel the need to be aggressive as it's all in vien.

    Work hard, it's worth every penny believe me.

    Are there any other in the 360 group?
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    Not that much to be honest, unless it is concise notes summarising the syllabus. by any means, anyone can collect sheet after sheet but it doesnt guarantee you the a level!

    (Original post by tehsponge)
    A Levels are all about quantity.
    Exactly the attitude that I took and I am now retaking. Dont listen to this guy if you want to do well.
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    360 points is not just AAA
    it can be BBBa
    or ABBc
    or BBCEc
    etc.

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    (Original post by helpneeded-a)
    AAA doesn't even seem that great of a deal anymore. It just seems the norm. Something you have to get if you want to go to a uni. well, a uni in top 50, for a job who cares what uni you go to.


    Ok, bye, time to make my folder 10x your folders size..
    Lolwut? I'm predicted ABB and I have offers from top 20 unis.
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    (Original post by SamiFFXIII)
    You're stupid.
    Clearly, so are you.
 
 
 
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