I'm studying... i am currently studying my 6 A-Levels 1 year early due to my outstanding knowledge and my IQ being greater than that of Albert Einstein. The 6 A-Levels i am studying are :mathematics, Further Pure Mathematics, Physics, Classics, History and English literature. However my father has paid my school extra money to make sure i am in classes away from the less intelligent humans, as i do not want any distractions from my work as i am on course to gain full marks in 5 of the 6 subjects and currently studying to gain just the 3 marks i need for 100% in all 6 subjects.
I'm interested in... i clay pigeon shoot every Saturday morning with Francis and the team. I often play the Harpsichord and the Flute in my spare time. I really enjoy playing Lawn Tennis with my father and croquet. Me and my good friend Archibald have chess competitions when he is round.
My study level is... A-level (A2)
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Last edited by Edward Tucker; 05-05-2016 at 15:31.
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