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    When are your resists? I thought all exams where done now...
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    How does it feel to be a failure?
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    (Original post by Jordooooom)
    How does it feel to be a failure?
    Doing resist doesn't necessarily make one a failure, unless they've done really bad in other exams.
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    (Original post by orange crush)
    All the kool kids klub seem to be doing these threads
    Kool kids klub... KKK what are you trying to say?
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    All the kool kids klub seem to be doing these threads
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Doing resist doesn't necessarily make one a failure, unless they've done really bad in other exams.
    Apologies scarf.

    How do you feel about being a failure kkboyk?
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    (Original post by Jordooooom)
    How does it feel to be a failure?
    I am resitting maths in November not because I failed but because I got sick and admitted to hospital. Did I fail by collecting germs all around us?
    Don't be so quick to judge why people are resitting things.
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      You a Uni student?
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      (Original post by orange crush)
      All the kool kids klub seem to be doing these threads
      Haha, why and which subjects are you resitting?

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      (Original post by Jordooooom)
      How does it feel to be a failure?
      That's not a nice claim to make when there could be several reasons as to why one had resits to do! And if you got onto the course, it clearly means that you have the abilities to do well on it; mistakes in life happen and life doesn't always go the way we want it to.
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      4 different subdivisions of Maths. Basically I coasted through first year on a high 2:1 by going out every night, attending just over half of the lectures and doing 2 hours revision the night before the exam, and thought I could continue at this pace in second year. Needless to say I ****ed up semester one and failed everything, then returned to good grades in semester 2 by working a lot harder, so now I have to repeat all the semester 1 exams
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      OP, how many exams do you have and what course do you do?

      I'm sure you'll be just fine. Keep at it!!

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      (Original post by orange crush)
      4 different subdivisions of Maths. Basically I coasted through first year on a high 2:1 by going out every night, attending just over half of the lectures and doing 2 hours revision the night before the exam, and thought I could continue at this pace in second year. Needless to say I ****ed up semester one and failed everything, then returned to good grades in semester 2 by working a lot harder, so now I have to repeat all the semester 1 exams
      How many exams?
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      Posts are mixed up again.

      How many resits have you done?
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      What is the point of making an AMA but not replying to any posts?

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      (Original post by überambitious_ox)
      OP, how many exams do you have and what course do you do?

      I'm sure you'll be just fine. Keep at it!!

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      I do maths, there are 4 exams, I'm working hard and feeling pretty good, just hate myself for not trying hard enough the first time
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      How many exams?
      4
      (Original post by Black Rose)
      Posts are mixed up again.

      How many resits have you done?
      None yet
      (Original post by Arithmeticae)
      What is the point of making an AMA but not replying to any posts?

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      My account seems to have a bug and I had to email the TSR helpdesk, besides the first few post could all be answered by what I posred.
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      (Original post by Iman.Gov)
      I am resitting maths in November not because I failed but because I got sick and admitted to hospital. Did I fail by collecting germs all around us?
      Don't be so quick to judge why people are resitting things.
      How does feel to be a weakling, due to your piss poor immune system?
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      (Original post by Jordooooom)
      How does feel to be a weakling, due to your piss poor immune system?
      Thank you darling
      what is natural selection coming for me too?
      Tell me how the fittest race manage the excellency and I imagine you
      are the cult leader.
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      (Original post by Iman.Gov)
      Thank you darling
      what is natural selection coming for me too?
      Tell me how the fittest race manage the excellency and I imagine you
      are the cult leader.
      2 colds minimum a year master race checking in
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      (Original post by orange crush)
      None yet
      Oh right. Good luck on the exams Don't lose motivation to revise just yet Get off tsr, put away your distractions and do short bursts of revision (so you don't lose concentration while revising) and have breaks and eat well
     
     
     
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