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Did you get in to saint olaves?
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Did you get in to saint olaves?
Yes I did
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oooh well done, how did you find the test? Did you revise?
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I got in too
I'm doing Latin, History, English Literature and Classical Civilisation.
I found the Latin and History tests interesting, and I managed to do them both reasonably well and reasonably easily. The Classical Civilisation test was boring but moderately easy. The English Literature test was more difficult, and I think that it is unfair that some people study that poem for GCSE and some don't, because it gives some people an unfair advantage.
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oooh well done, how did you find the test? Did you revise?
I found the tests okay really the German test was really easy but the maths one was quite hard but I think I tried most questions. I thought the biology exam was quite easy but the music exam was so hard it's ridiculous it's like stuff you haven't learnt doing gcse music. I didn't revise for any of the exams since I didn't think I was going to get in anyway but I did
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I got in too
I'm doing Latin, History, English Literature and Classical Civilisation.
I found the Latin and History tests interesting, and I managed to do them both reasonably well and reasonably easily. The Classical Civilisation test was boring but moderately easy. The English Literature test was more difficult, and I think that it is unfair that some people study that poem for GCSE and some don't, because it gives some people an unfair advantage.
What was the English poem? (I'm at Olave's and I'm doing French, English Literature, Classical Civilisation and Maths/Chemistry)
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I got in too I'm doing triple science and single maths... I found the chemistry test easy (slightly too easy in fact I was kinda confused), maths was pretty good but physics and biology I found harder (Biology only the experiment bit was difficult though)...
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