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    I'm doing streetcar and merchants tale (then Coriolanus & great Gatsby)
    Haha great Gatsby must be good

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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    Anyone do OCR English lit and history?
    I'm doing OCR lit, i'm doing The Bloody Chamber and other stories, A streetcar named desire, The Tempest, and Rossetti poetry wbu?


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    Wont that be expensive for your school (paying for everyone to do AS)? We pay for the exams dude
    What!? Why, what if you didn't want to - isn't it like £40/£50 per exam?
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    What!? Why, what if you didn't want to - isn't it like £40/£50 per exam?
    You always had to pay for exams? Remember that long list of GCSE exam payments?
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    You always had to pay for exams? Remember that long list of GCSE exam payments?
    No...
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)

    No...
    You're parent received it probably
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    You always had to pay for exams? Remember that long list of GCSE exam payments?
    That's some dodgy school you go to.. I sat more than 21 exams during my GCSE's and there's no way I paid for them all. Well technically speaking my parents pay tax but that doesn't count. Did they seriously make you pay for each exam you sat!?
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    (Original post by kiiten)

    You're parent received it probably
    Nope - school paid for everyone...
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    That's some dodgy school you go to.. I sat more than 21 exams during my GCSE's and there's no way I paid for them all. Well technically speaking my parents pay tax but that doesn't count. Did they seriously make you pay for each exam you sat!?
    It's called examination fees
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    (Original post by Samistrawberry)
    It's called examination fees
    We were quite lucky that the school paid ours.
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    It's called examination fees
    Independent school pupils pay.

    State school pupils don't.
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    Independent school pupils pay.

    State school pupils don't.
    I go grammar school
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    I go grammar school
    Do you pay fees?
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    I go grammar school
    Hmm is it private? There is a free grammar school near where i live and students didnt pay for their exams.

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    I'm doing streetcar and merchants tale (then Coriolanus & great Gatsby)
    Haha great Gatsby must be good

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    It is quite enjoyable. How you finding merchants tale?


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    Anyone else doing the Edexcel biology (B) exam? if so how far in are you, we've only really just started topic 4 and I kinda feel like we're gonna be pushed for time.
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    I'm doing Maths AS (Which is pretty simple), and biology AS + A2 which is not simple, its hard. I think I need to revise A LOT to get a good grade, a B in my case. BTW when do y'all think I should start revising for biology, will the start of april get a me a solid B grade for most units?
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    oh I found this site quite useful for when it came to studying for the new as level exams.
    www.technocratnotes.com
    Thanks
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    It is quite enjoyable. How you finding merchants tale?
    It's very enjoyable but I'm really scared about the extracts

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    (Original post by kiiten)
    Wont that be expensive for your school (paying for everyone to do AS)?



    Cool, yeah a lot of facts and dates I guess. I'm doing the Tudors and 20th century Russia
    They did it every year before?
 
 
 
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