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    "Eighty percent of success is showing up." I feel this attitude correctly demonstrates my passion for Computing where, indeed, you only have to "turn up" and read the books nto fuly under stand the topic. I was form captain in year 7, indicating my sense of responsibvility. I enjoyed the challenge of my duties which included fetching the register and making people sign up for sports days. Also this year I was voted head boi because I made the most hilarious speech ever. This demonstrates my astonihsing ski;l at creative and persuavive writing. My favourite book is Twilight because of the deep plot and five-dimensional characters. I feel that the series really has some very new to say about society and the current global economy, even though many children who read the book will not understand this. this does widen the target audience admirably. I feel my passion for this series will really help me for expending oxbridghe where i will have to have passion for all sorts of things and people. For after all, is passion not an importnat part of university?

    Last year i did five days work experience at a Macdonalds.This taught me how to handle money and deal with the cash regitrar both of which I think will be very useful when i study computer science and have to talk to people. I've been intersted in literature since my mother read Shakespear to me in the womb. As such I have always liked Titus Andronicus in particular because of the parallels of being in one's stomach. Also you think I've misspelt Shakespear but that was actually how he spelt it if you look it up so there!

    I tried to do the DoE bronze award last year but you have to walk for 15 miles and it's like really hard so I haven't done it yet but I'm going to do it which is an example of my perseverence. Occasioanlly I go dancing which is an art form much like english so I think it compliments it.

    Also ive achveied master pristege at call of duty modern warfar 2, so i think a pregitious university like the univirsity of ofxord or the cambrige university would be perfect for me. also i think i could keep up with the workload since i have 10 gcses at grade F-C

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    10/10 Please tell me that was not a real ps though
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    First time I've had a hearty laugh on this website in a while
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    The typos, the typos, the typos. is this really going to be your ps, please tell me your joking?

    EDIT: just finished reading, and saw the spoiler.
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    Get yo English straight boi
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    I'd be shocked if you're not accepted into Oxbridge
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    Couldn't contain laughter at "ive achveied master pristege at call of duty modern warfar 2 ..."
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    (Original post by Sannn)
    First time I've had a hearty laugh on this website in a while
    Its my pleasure.

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