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    ah ok gl i have physics 2p on friday, and the school ppl are also overlapping school exams on that day so im screwed haha
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    i also have a friend hu wants to work in forensics!!!
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    (Original post by Ahmar0786)
    Ok guys, no you dont, but i mean, i dont remeber exact anser but u culd write, she was good at arithmetic, thats all, thats one point cleared, dont have to write, bapetsi was good at being librarian because blablbalab
    Ah okay that's great news! Thanks
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    no probs, my teacher told it so i guess u can trust the fact
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    Ah okay that's great news! Thanks
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    thnx for the rep, even tough i have no idea what it is
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    Are we allowed to discuss both sides or choose one side in Section C if a qs like to what extend do you agree comes up?
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    I hope I'm ready for tomorrow! I usually manage full marks in Section A, and I find Section C quite simple as well (I tend to opt for the argumentative/discursive option - hopefully tomorrow will be discursive as I much prefer those!), so am hoping to achieve about 60 marks from those two combined. I'm crossing my fingers for a letter or an article tomorrow in Section B; a speech is likely to come up too though which I'd find a lot more difficult. Either way, I hope it's informal rather than a formal letter to the council or a speech to a governing body. Hopefully I'll manage at least twenty marks there which should get me an A*!

    What I find most difficult about the exam - other than the whole sitting still and focusing for three hours thing - is definitely working in ideas from the supplied texts to the Section B answer...
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    Same here

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    all I need is a B and I will be happy, I've work out that's about 67 marks looking at old ones so I can probably get 20, 20 and afford one or two mistakes in section A....I praying that the speech doesn't come up but knowing my luck it will
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    Always prepare, don't rely on luck of the draw for exams

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    Oh god I'm so nervous right now

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    today's the day........
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    (Original post by RahuL-13)
    Are we allowed to discuss both sides or choose one side in Section C if a qs like to what extend do you agree comes up?
    I believe you can do either, although you should finish with a personal opinion expressing your choice.

    I'm very nervous as well! Good luck to you all!
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    did anyone do their exam
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    (Original post by yoloandswag23)
    did anyone do their exam
    Mines at 1pm and it's only 8am
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    (Original post by holly1798)
    Mines at 1pm and it's only 8am
    mine is in two hours anyone in austrailia or asian side knows abt the exam
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    No edexcel art so dumb

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    Yep it sure is

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    The exam is in 2 hours for me! So nervous ahhh
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    Then ure not doing the same exam as ours

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