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    Critical Thinking AS....

    *At enrolment day*
    "So do you want to do critical thinking this year?"
    "No thanks."
    "But it will look good on your personal statement!"
    "....ok then."

    *Go to check entry requirements on UCAS*
    Excludes critical thinking.... Excludes critical thinking.... Excludes critical thinking :unimpressed:
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    Chemistry - nuff said.
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    Teenagers will be collecting their A-level results today, with pass rates in Maths expected to top 97%. The other 8% Failed
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    English Literature AS. I've probably said it before on this same thread, but it's worth repeating
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    Regret doing OCR AS ICT. It wasn't hard but i just detest doing the coursework.
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    Physics! Some topics are interesting but most of it is boring..
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    maths + physics.
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    it's just plain boring!...I also seem to repel all forms of technology.
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    (Original post by Turnerf)
    Drama;
    The other drama teacher HATED me because i ate a cookie in her lesson.
    A cookie??? no way...haha :P
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    (Original post by qwerty11)
    Critical Thinking AS....

    *At enrolment day*
    "So do you want to do critical thinking this year?"
    "No thanks."
    "But it will look good on your personal statement!"
    "....ok then."

    *Go to check entry requirements on UCAS*
    Excludes critical thinking.... Excludes critical thinking.... Excludes critical thinking :unimpressed:
    haha
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    Teenagers will be collecting their A-level results today, with pass rates in Maths expected to top 97%. The other 8% Failed
    Hahahahaha
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    Biology - it's just so complicted, hard I was expecting - but not quite so impossible!
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    Psychology. I didn't find it particularly difficult but I happened to have a teacher who seemed to be really disinterested in it, and would rather we watched videos for two hours. I Wish I'd continued on with History, I loved it at GCSE level but dropped it after two weeks at A Level because the topics we were doing bored me to death, my friend said it got a lot more interesting later on so I wish I'd stuck with it.
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    A cookie??? no way...haha :P
    it sounds unbelievable.
    But seriously, she hated me forever more after that.
    even predicted me a U.
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    (Original post by Turnerf)
    it sounds unbelievable.
    But seriously, she hated me forever more after that.
    even predicted me a U.
    :O evil.......are you in year 12?
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