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Would anyone here commit suicide if they failed their gcse's and by that i mean c or less. Life wouldn't be worth livin would it?
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bloody hell! GCSEs aren't the meaning of life.
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(Original post by courtyboy02)
Would anyone here commit suicide if they failed their gcse's and by that i mean c or less. Life wouldn't be worth livin would it?
that's a bit drastic! It's not the end of the world! Although if i had failed i think i would have been a misery to live with that summer
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bloody hell! GCSEs aren't the meaning of life.
Yeah but u couldn't get a job then and ur life would be worthless. Name 1 good thing u could do. I nearly commity suicide cos i messed up on 1 bit of cwork and got a c
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Yeah but u couldn't get a job then and ur life would be worthless. Name 1 good thing u could do. I nearly commity suicide cos i messed up on 1 bit of cwork and got a c
you can always retake them
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Yeah but u couldn't get a job then and ur life would be worthless. Name 1 good thing u could do. I nearly commity suicide cos i messed up on 1 bit of cwork and got a c

btw, GCSE's aren't as nearly as imporatnat as A-levels and Uni. so it doesn't matter that much
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GCSEs may look really important now, but in the future there will be AS levels, A levels , degrees, would you consider sucide because you only got a "C", The national average is a C, I believe.
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GCSEs may look really important now, but in the future there will be AS levels, A levels , degrees, would you consider sucide because you only got a "C", The national average is a C, I believe.
Actually it is a high D...(My teacher showed me the stats).

LOL, the standard overall isn't so great..
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Yeah but u couldn't get a job then and ur life would be worthless. Name 1 good thing u could do. I nearly commity suicide cos i messed up on 1 bit of cwork and got a c
it depends on what u mean by not getting a good job... u could get Cs in the majority of yours gcses, bet a few Bs and As,then make sure ur a-levels are really good, then u'd still end up doing really well... i guess some Cs in gcse might stop u from going to a very good uni and get a well-earning job by the age of 21 but life's too long and too uncntrollable to depend it on a couple of exams based on 2 years working on them.
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GCSE's are not the end of the world, to say you'll be a failure because you fail a GCSE is stupid... life goes on... my bro got 2 GCSE's above C's but that doesn't make him a failure he's got a great life, he's earning good money... sit back and take a reality check there's a lot worse stuff going on in the world
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(Original post by courtyboy02)
Would anyone here commit suicide if they failed their gcse's and by that i mean c or less. Life wouldn't be worth livin would it?
a levels put gcses into perspective..
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That isn't what makes people commit suicide. Bad GCSE's!!!
For F's Sake.
Suicide is only there when there is no other option.
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I didn't take any GCSE's at sixteen, I left without even taking them and I have never been unemployed - yet!
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when you get on to you AS/A levels you'll look back and wonder what the hell you were worried about at GCSE. A levels are much more stressful!
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GCSE's aren't the end of the world. I took 5 GCse's because i was a carer and went on to take six A levels, and it didn't make a difference at all...
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Actually it is a high D...(My teacher showed me the stats).

LOL, the standard overall isn't so great..
Actually it is a high C/low B.
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Actually it is a high C/low B.
I got told it's a D/E too...
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wow thats tuff! suicide is such a selfish act you have more to live for then some crap grades on a peice of paper that tell you nothing about who you really are or what you can achieve. if you fail there's still a whole lot of stuff out there just waiting to explored theres appretiships {spelling totally sucks!} hnd's nvq's dont get sucked in to the employers only accept c's and above crap that my parents spoon fed me. theres something out there for everyone if you look hard enough and want it bad enough
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bloody hell! GCSEs aren't the meaning of life.
I no i agree with u!! They are only exams, you can either hit or miss. Sure if you revise you cant go far wrong. Can you??!! :confused:
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(Original post by Iluvatar)
That isn't what makes people commit suicide. Bad GCSE's!!!
For F's Sake.
Suicide is only there when there is no other option.
And there is no other option once u have failed apart from a crap job or college course!
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