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    Hiya! I'm holding an unconditional offer to study French & Arabic at Girton. Any other gap yearers about?
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    (Original post by Verity_Roat)
    Hiya! I'm holding an unconditional offer to study French & Arabic at Girton. Any other gap yearers about?
    I know someone going to Robinson to do languages - he had a deferred offer and had to get some tough grades!
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      (Original post by Verity_Roat)
      Hiya! I'm holding an unconditional offer to study French & Arabic at Girton. Any other gap yearers about?
      Gap year physnatsci at King's. You done much on your year out?
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      I've just started my exams and how jealous on the people with unconditionals I am.
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      (Original post by bananarama2)
      I've just started my exams and how jealous on the people with unconditionals I am.
      I've finished my exams...a week ago :lol::aetsch::beer::evilbanana:
      :party::party:
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      (Original post by TheMagicMan)
      I've finished my exams...a week ago :lol::aetsch::beer::evilbanana:
      :party::party:
      :pierre:

      I hear they went alright though, after I looked up the aplha/beta system.

      Don't come here regaling us with tales of may balls :l

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      (Original post by TheMagicMan)
      I've finished my exams...a week ago :lol::aetsch::beer::evilbanana:
      :party::party:
      Hey man, quick question for you if you don't mind answering.

      Are there any maths students in your college who got in after a gap year and reapplying?
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      (Original post by CD315)
      Hey man, quick question for you if you don't mind answering.

      Are there any maths students in your college who got in after a gap year and reapplying?
      None of the freshers. Not sure about other years.
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      (Original post by TheMagicMan)
      None of the freshers. Not sure about other years.
      Ah no worries. Thanks.
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      (Original post by CD315)
      Hey man, quick question for you if you don't mind answering.

      Are there any maths students in your college who got in after a gap year and reapplying?
      Are you having second thoughts about not applying?
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      (Original post by Oromis263)
      Gap year physnatsci at King's. You done much on your year out?
      Yay - another applicant for physnatsci at Kings - hopefully I'll see you next year (as long as I meet my offer)

      Well done on the offer - an unconditional must be so unstressful (if that's a word)
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      (Original post by bananarama2)
      I've just started my exams and how jealous on the people with unconditionals I am.
      My first of 11 exams is not until Thursday, at which point they're all in two weeks. You have it easy. :unimpressed:
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      (Original post by DJMayes)
      My first of 11 exams is not until Thursday, at which point they're all in two weeks. You have it easy. :unimpressed:
      Everything is relative Considering M3 today, I don't think easy is what the next few weeks will be. But compared to STEP and all your exams, it'll be fine
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      (Original post by bananarama2)
      :pierre:

      I hear they went alright though, after I looked up the aplha/beta system.

      Don't come here regaling us with tales of may balls :l

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      The alpha system is cruel...one mark in one question can be the difference between a comfortable first and a 2.i

      Speaking of May balls:

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      I'm going to see Example, Basshunter, and Rudimental in two consecutive nights
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      (Original post by _Georgie)
      Are you having second thoughts about not applying?
      No idea what I'm doing yet
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      (Original post by bananarama2)
      Everything is relative Considering M3 today, I don't think easy is what the next few weeks will be. But compared to STEP and all your exams, it'll be fine
      Do you mean the Edexcel M3 paper today? I will take a look at it tomorrow probably, I did it in January.
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      (Original post by DJMayes)
      Do you mean the Edexcel M3 paper today? I will take a look at it tomorrow probably, I did it in January.
      Indeed. My arithmetic is crap.
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      (Original post by TheMagicMan)
      The alpha system is cruel...one mark in one question can be the difference between a comfortable first and a 2.i

      Speaking of May balls:

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      I'm going to see Example, Basshunter, and Rudimental in two consecutive nights
      Do the Natscis have the same system?

      Trinity and Johns :rolleyes:
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      (Original post by bananarama2)
      Indeed. My arithmetic is crap.
      I look forward to seeing it, although I don't have the time to sit down and do it.
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      (Original post by DJMayes)
      I look forward to seeing it, although I don't have the time to sit down and do it.
      I can't really talk about it Not until midnight.
     
     
     
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