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    Oh my, you both have a lot of exams! Do these count towards your final grade?
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    Nope! We have to pass NABs to be able to actually sit the exam though.
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    WOW! U guys have a lot of tests, I had a chem mock today and fortunately it went ok although I almost forgot how to name aldehydes :p: , until i remember the very mature jokes...

    I think and hope Ive only got 2 mocks left, two maths ones which should be ok.

    I also cant wait to leave school, its really getting really boring at the moment, I dont think I can last the last 3 and a half weeks. However I will miss all my friends, will be really weird not to see them every day.

    Also I have only jsut relaised that the world cup is on during my exams!!!!!!! I dont know what Im going to do, one part of me is telling me to revise, the other to go out and get trashed
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    (Original post by friendlyneutron)
    Nope! We have to pass NABs to be able to actually sit the exam though.
    No pressure then :rolleyes:
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    I started learning about vectors today... I was actually feeling pretty confident about C4 until now :rolleyes:

    I know what you all mean about leaving school/college! I'm really fed up of my lessons and stuff, but I'm gonna really miss my friends when we leave.

    Ah well, we'll all make loads of new mates at uni!
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    (Original post by Aired)
    I started learning about vectors today... I was actually feeling pretty confident about C4 until now :rolleyes:
    !
    How come you've only just started learning vectors? We finished C4 2 months ago. Have you seen the last chapter (integration)?
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    (Original post by **noooni**)
    How come you've only just started learning vectors? We finished C4 2 months ago. Have you seen the last chapter (integration)?
    I've done all of C4 apart from vectors. I'm pretty OK with integration I think (I sometimes get a bit confused trying to form differential equations though!)
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    (Original post by Aired)
    I've done all of C4 apart from vectors. I'm pretty OK with integration I think (I sometimes get a bit confused trying to form differential equations though!)
    Yeah I was surprised I even understood the last chapter, whereas vector exam questions make me want to cry ... sometimes I don’t even get what they want me to do ! :argh:

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    Is anyone planning anything special for the last couple days of school? My 6th form is soo tiny it's hard to think of something decent to do. I've already started taking my camera into school, I'l miss it even though its a pain..:rolleyes:
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    So are you just revising maths now in lessons? We're only about halfway through C4 atm, though it's the last module we need to do. For some reason my class is doing 7 modules of Maths this year, rather than 6, so I guess that might explain it.
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    (Original post by **noooni**)
    No pressure then :rolleyes:
    Meh, NABs are just C-level stuff, so they're fine.

    We're supposedly revising maths atm...what we're actually doing is being taught the stuff he missed out of the course first time round but we'll actually need for the exam :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Apagg)
    So are you just revising maths now in lessons? We're only about halfway through C4 atm, though it's the last module we need to do. For some reason my class is doing 7 modules of Maths this year, rather than 6, so I guess that might explain it.
    Basically as there are only of few of us in maths, we do exam questions for homework and bring any problems to lessons, where its explained and then we go through exam questions on that topic. Thats for the core maths. As for stats we do nothing is lesson (one hour a week), our teacher is a bit crap so we do it ourselves, which isnt a problem as its stats and nothing else.

    Why are you doing 7 modules?!:eek: Further maths?
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    lol while everyone is revising my biology class is desperately trying to catch a big fish with a crappy net tomorow just to prove a point. we caught a little fish today, but im convinced that the bigger prizes are to be found in the south lake!
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    (Original post by Liz150888)
    schools...but no neither of them. mightve been last year's scottish debating champ he has intials DL and goes to st aloysuis in glasgow if tht helps u identify him.
    I *think* they last won it in 2002 or 2003, David something?
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    I missed our ecology field trip in July to go to the Cambridge open day. Thank goodness. :bunny: <- happy bunny. I hate ecology. Though fish sounds better than beetles and waterboatmen.
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    (Original post by sarahliz12345)
    I missed our ecology field trip in July to go to the Cambridge open day. Thank goodness. :bunny: <- happy bunny. I hate ecology. Though fish sounds better than beetles and waterboatmen.
    Oh I'm revising that just now - NOT FUN. Why is there a different ruddy definition for an ecological niche in every textbook you look in? *shakes fist* stupid biotic interactions, ruining my evening...
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    Whenever I tell somebody I'm doing natural sciences at uni they always say "Oh, is that like ecology?"

    Grr
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    (Original post by Aired)
    Whenever I tell somebody I'm doing natural sciences at uni they always say "Oh, is that like ecology?"

    Grr
    Aww someone once asked me if I was doing medicine to become a pharmacist :rolleyes: some people. Do you know which area you'd like to specialise in further down the line?
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    Better than my friend who was asked in all seriousness "Oh, so you want to do Natural Sciences? Does that mean you want to be a naturist?" :p:
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    Better than my friend who was asked in all seriousness "Oh, so you want to do Natural Sciences? Does that mean you want to be a naturist?"
    :toofunny:

    (Original post by FriendlyNeutron)
    Do you know which area you'd like to specialise in further down the line?
    No idea to be honest! My insurance choice is biochemistry, but I'm not sure if I'll enjoy that or not. I'm quite enjoying chemistry at the moment (sad, I know...), so I could end up doing that.
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    (Original post by **noooni**)
    Basically as there are only of few of us in maths, we do exam questions for homework and bring any problems to lessons, where its explained and then we go through exam questions on that topic. Thats for the core maths. As for stats we do nothing is lesson (one hour a week), our teacher is a bit crap so we do it ourselves, which isnt a problem as its stats and nothing else.

    Why are you doing 7 modules?!:eek: Further maths?
    Yep - trying to get a Maths A level in one year. Fun fun fun. The others are getting a module done now so they don't have to do it next year, I'd really rather not do it.
 
 
 
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