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    ...Did you have?
    I had 26 altogether for GCSE

    How many did other people have and for which level
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    I had 7 for AS.
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    I had 12 units for AS, but they were condensed into 6 exams.
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    ...Did you have?
    I had 26 altogether for GCSE

    How many did other people have and for which level

    26!!!! how many gcses are you doing??
    i had 15 altogether
    only got three left, with plenty of time to revise (over two weeks)
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    4 for A level, already done 2 in jan, and 2 c/ws
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    I have a total of 21, including oral exams.

    Or: 19 without.

    I have done 15 though.

    So just 4 left. One tomorrow (french listening) and three (physics, food and history) next week.
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    i'm doing 13 (its one of those things where it seemed like a good idea at the time...) I've got about 8 left with around 3/4 to revise, I've had two a day this week thursday and friday I've got off, but thursday I'm working!!!

    I've done about 17 GCSE exams so far and i've got 2 left with loads of revision time
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    so then, did any people catch teachers ways to make thge exams fun?

    I know teachers had a bet in the history exam as to who would need the first extra paper...
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    26?!?!?!

    I had 15 in total, 2 left!

    Seriously though 26 is insane- why?, when?, how? wtf?
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    so then, did any people catch teachers ways to make thge exams fun?

    I know teachers had a bet in the history exam as to who would need the first extra paper...
    One of ours was reading a newspaper...................the Sun infact, I wonder which pages he was looking at
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    26 over four weeks its been bad, but still its almsot over! we have our teachers staring at each other and walking down a line from opposite ends to see who turns away, and i'm sure one got someone to phone them so they could escape... lol
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    4 this summer for a2....... i do modular biology so 1 for that.... 3 re and i did art back in march!
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    2 for Maths
    2 for ICT
    2 for Media
    2 for Business, so 8 in total but over 5 "sittings" one could say. Haven't even had the last maths one...but after I do I'm gunna get soooooo drunk.
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    6 proper exams, (AS and A2), 3 general studies, and art...which was about 7 sessions (15 hour exam) so a total of 16 exams....quite a lot foir 3 alevels and and AS i suppose
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    1 Politics
    2 English Lit
    2 Geog

    (2 General studies and an AEA - who cares!)

    All A2s. Very lucky to get 5 exams out of the way in January...my school has gone in for that in a big way.
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    i've got 21 altogether, but only 4 left now!
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    8 A-levels, 2 AS resits!
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    11 A2 including resits...
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    It's very easy to have all those exams at gcse - an average subject has 2 exam papers, doing 8 subjects is 16.... Some subjects have more than two papers though. I did 20.

    This year I've had 12 AS exams (excluding jan exams or pratical exams)
 
 
 
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