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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Words of wisdom!

    What A-Level was this? :eek:
    The exciting world of Latin.
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    (Original post by deianra)
    Now you have experience of the opposite

    I seriously wish I was doing GCSEs again.



    There are also eleven year olds who are doing A-levels, no? It's not that much of a difference really. I'm but two months younger than the required age and count yourself lucky, I miss my GCSEs terribly. But then again, I'm more of an all-rounder so I selected my A-levels for variety instead of specialisation. This means that there is practically no overlap (e.g. huge overlap between Maths M1 and Physics) and I'm learning everything new.

    Variety is good. Don't dismiss GCSEs, people. They're a wonderful experience. Unless you take seven A-levels and get no life. Hmm.
    GCSEs is not 'wonderful' and is not an 'experience'! tell me how lets say maths gcse is an experience, and how physics gcse is an experience? :confused: :confused: :confused:
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    (Original post by deianra)
    Now you have experience of the opposite

    I seriously wish I was doing GCSEs again.



    There are also eleven year olds who are doing A-levels, no? It's not that much of a difference really. I'm but two months younger than the required age and count yourself lucky, I miss my GCSEs terribly. But then again, I'm more of an all-rounder so I selected my A-levels for variety instead of specialisation. This means that there is practically no overlap (e.g. huge overlap between Maths M1 and Physics) and I'm learning everything new.

    Variety is good. Don't dismiss GCSEs, people. They're a wonderful experience. Unless you take seven A-levels and get no life. Hmm.
    You are very commited to your studies, I can see that. My A-Levels will hopefully have overlap (I haven't yet decieded them) because I want to study what I like which all happens to be very similar stuff.
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    exactly
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    Yes, I see you more as my hoe, espcially after all those 'sexxy' cyber pm's you bin sending me, and Helenia is a disconcerning wife type person.
    Oh yes them PMs Yes, I'm much better than Helenia...
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    Yes, I see you more as my hoe, espcially after all those 'sexxy' cyber pm's you bin sending me, and Helenia is a disconcerning wife type person.
    I'll fake my mock-horror shock. Hmmmm. :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I hope the emoticons did the trick.
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    The exciting world of Latin.
    Did you get an A? I would've loved to studied that, I'm so interested in old language but it's too late now since know where offers it.
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    maths and physics are cool but the lessons are pretty bad, especially maths... I erm... like maths :rolleyes: And science...
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    Yes, I see you more as my hoe, espcially after all those 'sexxy' cyber pm's you bin sending me, and Helenia is a disconcerning wife type person.
    I hope you mean "discerning??"

    Sorry Joey, I haven't been sending you any rampantly hot cyber PMs recently, have I been letting you down?
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Oh yes them PMs Yes, I'm much better than Helenia...
    Now, now, we dont want mjg to be getting jelous now. He aint had no hoe for months. I hear Nottinghamshire can be difficult to pick up some quality chavettes.

    And yes you are
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    Now, now, we dont want mjg to be getting jelous now. He aint had no hoe for months. I hear Nottinghamshire can be difficult to pick up some quality chavettes.

    And yes you are
    Does he go around calling everyone a hoe or is it just me?

    Oooh look who has turned up!
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    I hope you mean "discerning??"

    Sorry Joey, I haven't been sending you any rampantly hot cyber PMs recently, have I been letting you down?
    Yes. Dont worry though HAppySunshine has been making the pain of you not sending any much easier to bear.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    You are very commited to your studies, I can see that. My A-Levels will hopefully have overlap (I haven't yet decieded them) because I want to study what I like which all happens to be very similar stuff.
    Hahahaha. I don't think you understand.

    I don't work, period. I rely on what little intelligence and suck-up ness to the teachers to get away with not doing homework. I haven't handed in three weeks worth of Economics, a month of Chemistry and two weeks of German.

    I do heavy loads of extra curricular activities and I have always placed them in front of work. They have not affected my academical studies until lately - my working grade in Chemistry has slipped to a B. For me, this is absolute horror of horrors but still AAAA prediction so no problem, yet.

    Don't make assumptions, dear. People's general first impression is that I'm a workaholic and then they realise I have one of the poorest records of handing in work in the year. But still good enough grades.

    Incidentally, I'm making the mistake (I think) of picking up AS Further Maths and Critical Thinking next year. I'm so tired. Always.

    Yes, I miss Year 11. But I have no regrets and I would not want to be anywhere else. Growing up a year older, my mind is that of a Year 12 mentality and I get along with people who are older than my actual age. Et cetera.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Did you get an A? I would've loved to studied that, I'm so interested in old language but it's too late now since know where offers it.
    I did yes. Me thinks you should do Classical Civ at uni. You can take modules of latin and greek there

    Its as respected as history pretty much nowadays, well seen as J K Rowling did it.
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    (Original post by deianra)
    Hahahaha. I don't think you understand.

    I don't work, period. I rely on what little intelligence and suck-up ness to the teachers to get away with not doing homework. I haven't handed in three weeks worth of Economics, a month of Chemistry and two weeks of German.

    I do heavy loads of extra curricular activities and I have always placed them in front of work. They have not affected my academical studies until lately - my working grade in Chemistry has slipped to a B. For me, this is absolute horror of horrors but still AAAA prediction so no problem, yet.

    Don't make assumptions, dear. People's general first impression is that I'm a workaholic and then they realise I have one of the poorest records of handing in work in the year. But still good enough grades.

    Incidentally, I'm making the mistake (I think) of picking up AS Further Maths and Critical Thinking next year. I'm so tired. Always.

    Yes, I miss Year 11. But I have no regrets and I would not want to be anywhere else. Growing up a year older, my mind is that of a Year 12 mentality and I get along with people who are older than my actual age. Et cetera.
    But that's what intelligent folk do, espescially very intelligent people they get out of doing all the work because the teachers love them so much. You've done a good job
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Does he go around calling everyone a hoe or is it just me?

    Oooh look who has turned up!
    Only girls. I havent had any hot pm's off him yet

    What about you Helenia? You been graced with the presence in the 'cyber fun' department?
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)

    And yes you are
    Now there's a challenge! I could be better if I chose to be (at dodgy cyber PMs, that is!) however I have some class! That's why I'm the wife type... (how many people have told me I'm wife material in an entirely non-attracted way? :rolleyes: )
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    But that's what intelligent folk do, espescially very intelligent people they get out of doing all the work because the teachers love them so much. You've done a good job
    Indeed. Like I said, I got 1 A*, 2 A's , 4 B's , 2 C's and an E for my mocks. My theory on education is, you work when ya gotta work, not when it suites your teachers
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Now there's a challenge! I could be better if I chose to be (at dodgy cyber PMs, that is!) however I have some class! That's why I'm the wife type... (how many people have told me I'm wife material in an entirely non-attracted way? :rolleyes: )
    Ah, but I have told you before, in a few years time, wife material is very attractive to men who have 'matured' past the 'pulling fit birds' stage. As long as you dont cut yourself off socially when you become a doctor, you will gets lots of suitors I assure you.
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    (Original post by Joey_Johns)
    I did yes. Me thinks you should do Classical Civ at uni. You can take modules of latin and greek there

    Its as respected as history pretty much nowadays, well seen as J K Rowling did it.
    Good! I want to study all those old languages but I don't know where you can do so?
 
 
 
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