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    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    A lot of people on here seem to think that getting B's is a failure. IT'S NOT!
    the ones that think that are the nerdy/geeky people
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    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    A lot of people on here seem to think that getting B's is a failure. IT'S NOT!
    I didn't get all A grades in my GCSEs - and my teachers and some others were quite dissapointed percieving B grade as not good enough!
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    (Original post by waiting2smile)
    I didn't get all A grades in my GCSEs - and my teachers and some others were quite dissapointed percieving B grade as not good enough!
    lol yea its stupid, one or two bs cant hurt, half a b in my case
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    I only got one grade higher than a B (maths A*).
    I got 4B's and 5C's.
    And my school didn't care either way though to be honest.
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    out of interest, would you/admissions tutor at unis rather have 3a*7as1b or 3a*7as2b or just 3a*7as? im just wondering because i might take italian gcse, and i know i wont get an a
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    out of interest, would you/admissions tutor at unis rather have 3a*7as1b or 3a*7as2b or just 3a*7as? im just wondering because i might take italian gcse, and i know i wont get an a
    Wouldn't matter I think.
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    (Original post by bono)
    Wouldn't matter I think.
    yea im positive that it wont matter, but im feeling taking a few gcses just for abit of a challenge u no, but just dunno whether bs would look rather **** since ive already all these as and a*
 
 
 

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