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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    3.0, 2.0, 3.0. I have an interview at Corpus, Oxford.
    I bet you someone will fall for it aswell. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by darkenergy)
    3.0, 2.0, 3.0. I have an interview at Corpus, Oxford.
    really??? :confused: wow, your p.s. must have been really good or something, because I think those socres r quite low and oxford is a good uni!!!
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    Thanks, I am quite offended. They are amazing scores, wtf are you on about? :mad:
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    I know they are not bad. But I think the average is 5 or something so they are a only a little bit below but still i think oxford susualy only wants high scores like 6 or something.
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    There not the lowest scores, but they're the lowest I've seen. I'd hardly call them "amazing" though. Not trying to be offensive. Do you have 26 A*'s at GCSE and 9 A's predicted at A-level?
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    (Original post by itz_ant)
    I bet you someone will fall for it aswell. :rolleyes:
    heh
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    I heard that they took "gullable" out of the dictionary... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by friendlyneutron)
    I heard that they took "gullable" out of the dictionary... :rolleyes:
    I like that one, lol
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    gullible*
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    Originally Posted by darkenergy
    3.0, 2.0, 3.0. I have an interview at Corpus, Oxford.



    really??? wow, your p.s. must have been really good or something, because I think those socres r quite low and oxford is a good uni!!!
    lol

    mind you i did get low scores (compared to some peoples full marks in various sections and AAAAAAA at AS levels:P...)
    A - 5.5
    B - 4.1
    C - 6.0

    so 15.6 :hmmmm: - wonderful. However i have an interview at UCL on 7/12! hopefully they wont ask me too much about my essay ..
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    (Original post by friendlyneutron)
    I heard that they took "gullable" out of the dictionary... :rolleyes:
    Really ... ?

    Gullable adj, - 1. Has a tendancy to run around in circles flapping arms and stealing other peoples' food. 2. An easy or popular target from above. 3. Refering to someone who is both easily fooled and a careless speller ...

    Lmao though Friendlyneutron and Darkenergy!
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    (Original post by Madprof)
    Really ... ?

    Gullable adj, - 1. Has a tendancy to run around in circles flapping arms and stealing other peoples' food.
    :rofl:
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    i cant say much i didnt do to well myself!!!!!!!!!! 3.2 3.7 6.0 - OPPS!!

    NO CHANCE OF OFFERS/INTERVIEWS AT ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    lol, i thought that looked wrong when I typed it. Amazing how one year of not studying english has turned my spelling into mush!
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    (Original post by Madprof)
    Really ... ?

    Gullable adj, - 1. Has a tendancy to run around in circles flapping arms and stealing other peoples' food. 2. An easy or popular target from above. 3. Refering to someone who is both easily fooled and a careless speller ...

    Lmao though Friendlyneutron and Darkenergy!
    Really ... ?

    The definition I found on dictionary.com was

    Gullable - No entry found for gullable.

    On the other hand,

    Gullible adj 1: naive and easily deceived or tricked; "at that early age she had been gullible and in love" [syn: fleeceable, green] 2: easily tricked because of being too trusting; "gullible tourists taken in by the shell game"

    In conclusion, lern to spel asswhole.
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    I think you'll find that Madprof didnt mean it literally!...notice

    (Original post by Madprof)
    3. Refering to someone who is both easily fooled and a careless speller ...
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    (Original post by pkchips)
    Really ... ?

    The definition I found on dictionary.com was

    Gullable - No entry found for gullable.

    On the other hand,

    Gullible adj 1: naive and easily deceived or tricked; "at that early age she had been gullible and in love" [syn: fleeceable, green] 2: easily tricked because of being too trusting; "gullible tourists taken in by the shell game"

    In conclusion, lern to spel asswhole.
    In conclusion, don't be such an ********.
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    (Original post by PSdilemma)
    I think you'll find that Madprof didnt mean it literally!...notice
    ah right - i didn't actually bother reading the definition :p:
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    so friendlyneutron....heared from any unis?
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    lol swiftly moving on! Yeah I have my St Andrews interview on monday :eek: :eek: and Cambridge on the monday afterwards. I'm a bit worried because I had to phone up KCL to make sure that they got my application as I didn't get an acknowledgement letter - it was fine, they received it, but my letter must have gotten lost in the post - so now I'm worried that maybe I've been given an interview and missed it or something because I've not got a letter about it. I'll be a-phoning on monday methinks lol. You?
 
 
 
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