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    (Original post by Rixius)
    my best friend Alex, has 21 exams this summer. Does anyone know of anyone with more than this amount?
    aawww, poor alex, i bet he must be so tired, does he panick during these exams?? or is he one of these people you have to shout at because they tell you every five minutes they're going to fail?
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    (Original post by MC REN)
    yeah my friend had more, not sure exactly but at least 22 (gcses by the way)
    22 gcses? impossible
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    22 gcses? impossible
    he/she mearnt 22 exams at Gcse level
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    (Original post by guest1984)
    he/she mearnt 22 exams at Gcse level
    so how many subjects is that?
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    22 gcses? impossible
    22 GCSE Exams, which is normal.
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    so how many subjects is that?
    how the hell am i suppose to know???!!!???

    :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    so how many subjects is that?
    Can't be exactly sure, because it can be 2/3, but I would say about 12
    When I did GCSE:

    3 English Lit/Lang Exams
    3 Science Exams
    2 Maths exams
    2 RE Exams
    1 Graphic Products Exam
    2 History Exams
    3 French Exams
    2 Business Studies Exams

    Never mind THE TONS OF COURSEWORK.

    Total Exams = 18

    That was 10 GCSE's btw.
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    (Original post by guest1984)
    how the hell am i suppose to know???!!!???

    :rolleyes:
    12
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    (Original post by JaF)
    The Head boy at my school will have done 24 exams.
    12 Further Maths - he resat every paper:eek:
    6 Physics - he resat every paper:eek:
    6 General Studies - he resat every paper:eek:
    General Studies shouldn't count.
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    (Original post by Checkey)
    Can't be exactly sure, because it can be 2/3, but I would say about 12
    When I did GCSE:

    3 English Lit/Lang Exams
    3 Science Exams
    2 Maths exams
    2 RE Exams
    1 Graphic Products Exam
    2 History Exams
    3 French Exams
    2 Business Studies Exams

    Never mind THE TONS OF COURSEWORK.

    Total Exams = 18

    That was 10 GCSE's btw.

    ah ok yea i think i mustve done something like that as well last year
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    this guy in my year took 31 AS/A level exams

    hes relying on his dad to make a healthy donation to Harvard in the US to get him to uni.
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    my mate had one a2 media exam this june and thats it!
    lucky C**T
    he done 8 units in january for politics/history though
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    (Original post by wodoodporny)
    this guy in my year took 31 AS/A level exams
    thats just gay
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    thats just gay
    LOL very gay
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    I had/am having

    4 Philosophy
    3 French
    3 Maths
    2 Critical Thinking
    3 English
    2 AEAs

    That makes 17.
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    Our school only lets us do 9 GCSEs. Does anyone know how you can get the extra ones?
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    GCSE (12 all A*):
    English Language, English Literature, Maths (higher), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Design Tech (Systems and Control), History, German, French, Spanish, Dutch

    AS (24 exams in total):
    Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, AS+A2 French,and Microsoft Office Specialist

    and Grade 7 Violin, preparing for DipABRSM Piano....

    and yes... I do have more than abundant time to have fun and relax (I don't mention anything about how many hours I sleep though..... :rolleyes: )
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    (Original post by rieuwa)
    GCSE (12 all A*):
    English Language, English Literature, Maths (higher), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Design Tech (Systems and Control), History, German, French, Spanish, Dutch

    AS (24 exams in total):
    Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, AS+A2 French,and Microsoft Office Specialist

    and Grade 7 Violin, preparing for DipABRSM Piano....

    and yes... I do have more than abundant time to have fun and relax (I don't mention anything about how many hours I sleep though..... :rolleyes: )
    How?
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    (Original post by rieuwa)
    GCSE (12 all A*):
    English Language, English Literature, Maths (higher), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Design Tech (Systems and Control), History, German, French, Spanish, Dutch

    AS (24 exams in total):
    Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, AS+A2 French,and Microsoft Office Specialist

    and Grade 7 Violin, preparing for DipABRSM Piano....

    and yes... I do have more than abundant time to have fun and relax (I don't mention anything about how many hours I sleep though..... :rolleyes: )
    You can do an AS in 'Microsoft Office Specialist'?
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    You can do an AS in 'Microsoft Office Specialist'?
    It's an independent certification from MS. I thought you normally tak the exams for those in May or April (that could just be my test centre though :rolleyes: ). I attepted the developers cert and the office cert, hope I've passed but we will see when they can actually be arsed to get my result back to me. :rolleyes: Who funded your cert rieuwa?!? :confused:
 
 
 

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