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    Please can someone cheer me up, I feel so terrible after that P3 exam today, I revised for months and I left questions out, cos they were soo difficult.
    Ok maybe I do take them a bit serious, but this determines the grade I will get and so far Ive only had D's in maths and I need a B to get into Uni.

    Anyway im stressing out again, cos Ive got 2 exams on Friday - ICT2 and another maths one S1. And Im not revising now, arrrgggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhh h, no wonder some people commit suicide over exams. I dont blame them, they are life threateneing. Oh Im gonna cry.

    Someone please make me feel better.
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    oh dear please try not 2 worry, there is a lot more to life than exams. u have got really far, some people do not even pass their maths GCSE for the 4th time!!
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    The P3 exam was absolutely solid compared to every other P3 exam ever done, everyone will do badly, so your grade will be bumped up. Just think about what happens to all the people who didnt revise AT ALL or do hardly any...they would of got totally destroyed by that paper.
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    (Original post by Chocolate_Lover)
    oh dear please try not 2 worry, there is a lot more to life than exams. u have got really far, some people do not even pass their maths GCSE for the 4th time!!


    Ok thanx, I sorta feel better now. But i feel sorry for the person who failed maths 4 times.
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    don't get me started on that P3 paper...
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    Ok thanx, I sorta feel better now. But i feel sorry for the person who failed maths 4 times.

    It happened to my mate , i think she failed three times and yesterday she sat it for the fourth time....
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    Don't worry all you mathys people. The big nasty exam is over now and I'm sure you all did brilliantly *mwah*
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    unlucky guys, someone give me a question from it so i can judge how hard it was.
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    Don't worry all you mathys people. The big nasty exam is over now and I'm sure you all did brilliantly *mwah*

    Ellie sweetie, you have yet to experience the horrors of P3. I am not exaggerating, people cried in the exam hall.
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    Ellie sweetie, you have yet to experience the horrors of P3. I am not exaggerating, people cried in the exam hall.
    I know, I can imagine how horrid it was, iIcouldn't even do GCSE maths! Just trying to make people feel better.
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    I know, I can imagine how horrid it was, iIcouldn't even do GCSE maths! Just trying to make people feel better.

    U made me feel better, thanx Ellie.
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    aw

    well i thought it was alright as an exam.

    BUT im speshul. everyone i talk to found it hard, and im starting to wonder if i did as good as i originally thought

    you'll be fine though! it was quite hard so all the boundaries will be moved
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    I did the P3 exam last year and felt that i crashed and burned in the exam. I was sitting there for about an hour looking at the paper trying to write stuff that might vaguely resemble the answer. I think i answered about 2 questions in full, some i half-attempted and the others i just left blank. I was actually surprised i got as much in P3 as i did. All you can do is forget about it now and focus on the other exams as you can still change your final result. I ended up ok and at my first choice in the end. So if you muck up one exam it's not the end of the world.
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    I know how you feel. I revised quite a bit and had all the theory. I just couldn't seem to apply it in the exam such as q1 and 8d.

    You are lucky that you dont have to sit S3 on friday like me . That is likely to be as bad or worse for me as I am not as good as stats as I am pure
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    I am not exaggerating, people cried in the exam hall.
    '

    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
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    I know, I did P1 this afternoon and I have completely failed it-I knew stuff, had revised my butt off but because maths is my worst subject, and i HATE IT I just saw the paper and my mind went blank. If I fail these maths exams, I have to resit the entire course again but I'll be so happy with an E!!!
    xx
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    i dont know wot im going to do as im defintly nt getting the grades for uni
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    I honestly do pity you all. It's the weirdest atmosphere in college and on here tonight, as if somebody has gone around ripping everybody's heart out and left them writhing on the floor.
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    I honestly do pity you all. It's the weirdest atmosphere in college and on here tonight, as if somebody has gone around ripping everybody's heart out and left them writhing on the floor.
    why do you say this?
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    ermmm P3 :rolleyes: lol

    does that to a person lol
 
 
 
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