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    (Original post by Ladbants)
    Mans got no exams in the ends you get me

    Man be trapping instead
    Dank SHOOOO my g!
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    (Original post by High Stakes)
    I have 12 exams and my first is CHEM1 on the 27th of May followed by M1 I think? On the 8th of June.
    I have 12. PSYA1 On 16th May, followed by CHEM 1 on the 27th.
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    26 written exams 12 subjects starting May 18th starting citizenship
    I also have an practical exam 28th April
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    (Original post by Charlotte.13)
    26 written exams 12 subjects starting May 18th starting citizenship
    I also have an practical exam 28th April
    Citizenship???? That's not an A level is it?
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    (Original post by fishyfishy1999)
    Citizenship???? That's not an A level is it?
    So sorry, I thought this was a GCSE thread.
    I hope it is not an A-level it is so awful (40,000 word coursework they made us do)

    I have chosen my A-levels and it is safe to say I am NOT doing citezenship. We had no choice to take citizenship at our school and it is a fairly easy GCSE to get a good grade in so (A* coursework just for waffling) so I am putting in an effort but I wouldn't choose to continue studying it.
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    I have 4;
    AS Unit 1 Geography on 17/05/16
    AS Unit 2 Geography follows 3 days later...
    2x AS Biology later and I don't even know the dates...

    R.I.P in peace:shot:
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    I only have one thank god; "Sociological Theory" two hours, sometime in May (uni has yet to confirm the date)

    Though I have an in class oral test for safeguarding and two essays for media & deviance. But because I can have all my resources for them, I don't count them as "exams"
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    (Original post by Runescapian)
    I only have one thank god; "Sociological Theory" two hours, sometime in May (uni has yet to confirm the date)

    Though I have an in class oral test for safeguarding and two essays for media & deviance. But because I can have all my resources for them, I don't count them as "exams"
    (Lmao just seen this is an a level thread, can't delete my post now ssh)
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    (Original post by Runescapian)
    (Lmao just seen this is an a level thread, can't delete my post now ssh)
    Don't worry, if you are doing something with the title "Sociological Theory" then quite a few of the A level exams will be more intellectually demanding.
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    (Original post by fishyfishy1999)
    Don't worry, if you are doing something with the title "Sociological Theory" then quite a few of the A level exams will be more intellectually demanding.
    I know, I don't envy any of you. I loved my college years, but I am awful at exams. I got grades CDD in the end. You have to do A LOT more reading at uni though. Just last week I had to read a 70 page article just for one of my lectures.
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    (Original post by Runescapian)
    I know, I don't envy any of you. I loved my college years, but I am awful at exams. I got grades CDD in the end. You have to do A LOT more reading at uni though. Just last week I had to read a 70 page article just for one of my lectures.
    How the heck did you get in a university with CDD at A level?
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    (Original post by fishyfishy1999)
    How the heck did you get in a university with CDD at A level?
    Oh come on. Bottom ranked universities take people who've practically failed. Or maybe this is someone with extenuating circumstances.

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    7 exams (inc 2 AS resits)

    my first is 7th June - bio resit ;_;
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    (Original post by Captivated)
    Oh come on. Bottom ranked universities take people who've practically failed. Or maybe this is someone with extenuating circumstances.

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    Wow. I am not from the UK (well I was born here but brought up elsewhere), I didn't realise CDD would get you into a university. One thing that surprises me on this thread is how many people are allowed to take resits.
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    7 exams beginning on the 8th of June (M1) and ending on the 24th of June (C4)
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    (Original post by Captivated)
    Oh come on. Bottom ranked universities take people who've practically failed. Or maybe this is someone with extenuating circumstances.

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    You people really don't know anything - ignore the grades they ask you for when you apply. Go on which university and that will tell you the average a level grades of people on different courses at various universities. They are always lower than the asking grades the unis advertise on their websites.

    Plus, I have over three years experience in the degree I'm studying so a lot of unis wanted me anyway, I just chose the one closest tbh.

    It doesn't hurt to do well in your a levels though! I did go to a college though so most people did **** in a levels tbh, but everyone got on a uni course. Xx
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    (Original post by Runescapian)
    You people really don't know anything - ignore the grades they ask you for when you apply.
    I think the average on the course I am going to be doing is A*A*A*A for 4 A levels. I think if I got say ABB I'd be screwed.
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    I have 23, starting the 3rd of May😱
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    Does anyone else have three exams in one morning or afternoon? I have three in the morning twice (25th May and 15th June).
 
 
 
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