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    So a few yrs back I did 11+ to get into a grammar school howvery I failed but I now rlly badly want to get into their sixth form. Any advise how too as I cannot compare me too the students at my current schll as they r kinda dumb com pare to me. How can I succeed and I do need exellent gcse so in today terms all 9s
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    (Original post by Karthika10)
    So a few yrs back I did 11+ to get into a grammar school howvery I failed but I now rlly badly want to get into their sixth form. Any advise how too as I cannot compare me too the students at my current schll as they r kinda dumb com pare to me. How can I succeed and I do need exellent gcse so in today terms all 9s
    You need to give me your bank details; this will guranty you a place.
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    (Original post by Karthika10)
    So a few yrs back I did 11+ to get into a grammar school howvery I failed but I now rlly badly want to get into their sixth form. Any advise how too as I cannot compare me too the students at my current schll as they r kinda dumb com pare to me. How can I succeed and I do need exellent gcse so in today terms all 9s
    Probably best not to label the people around you as 'dumb' when you cannot put a simple sentence together...

    I failed my 11+ also when I was in year 6. This was many around 6-7 years ago and so I joined a school I pretty much didn't want to go to. I then got the best GCSE's in my year and got offers from all the grammar schools in the area (one being the 2nd best in the country at the time).

    Funny enough, I turned down all of these offers and stayed at the same school I'm in now, and now have offers from some of the best universities in the country. It doesn't matter what school you go to, it's the work you put in. I doubt with that attitude, to be honest, that you're going to go far.
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    You need to give me your bank details; this will guranty you a place.
    Yes, it will guranty you a palce at a skool. I promiss.
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    Probably best not to label the people around you as 'dumb' when you cannot put a simple sentence together...

    I failed my 11+ also when I was in year 6. This was many around 6-7 years ago and so I joined a school I pretty much didn't want to go to. I then got the best GCSE's in my year and got offers from all the grammar schools in the area (one being the 2nd best in the country at the time).

    Funny enough, I turned down all of these offers and stayed at the same school I'm in now, and now have offers from some of the best universities in the country. It doesn't matter what school you go to, it's the work you put in. I doubt with that attitude, to be honest, that you're going to go far.
    IT DOESN'T MATTER!

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    (Original post by Karthika10)
    So a few yrs back I did 11+ to get into a grammar school howvery I failed but I now rlly badly want to get into their sixth form. Any advise how too as I cannot compare me too the students at my current schll as they r kinda dumb com pare to me. How can I succeed and I do need exellent gcse so in today terms all 9s
    Just work hard

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    Scale 9?
    You're gonna have to work VERY hard for those.
    Realistically, you probably wouldn't get those.
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    You're the dumbest person ever hahahahah lol!
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    You're the dumbest person ever hahahahah lol!
    Why are you f****ing rude you *******ated cat

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    (Original post by Karthika10)
    So a few yrs back I did 11+ to get into a grammar school howvery I failed but I now rlly badly want to get into their sixth form. Any advise how too as I cannot compare me too the students at my current schll as they r kinda dumb com pare to me. How can I succeed and I do need exellent gcse so in today terms all 9s
    No you're not dumb, when I came to the UK my English teacher always mocked me. She used to think that I will never pass my English GCSE , I studied really hard and got a B. Nothing is impossible with will power.
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    Why are you f****ing rude you *******ated cat

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    Please do not use profound language. It's rude.
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    It is possible. I worked really hard and got a D. Nothing is impossible lmao.

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    (Original post by Karthika10)
    So a few yrs back I did 11+ to get into a grammar school howvery I failed but I now rlly badly want to get into their sixth form. Any advise how too as I cannot compare me too the students at my current schll as they r kinda dumb com pare to me. How can I succeed and I do need exellent gcse so in today terms all 9s
    Failing your 11+ for Grammar School doesn't mean you're "dumb" and I would avoid labeling your classmates as "dumb" as that's hypocritical - you can't put a sentence together without errors (I don't intend to be rude). Anyways to get better grades, you need a positive mindset to studying and without that you can't do much. Is there any specific subjects you're struggling with?
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    (Original post by ReallyWigga)
    Probably best not to label the people around you as 'dumb' when you cannot put a simple sentence together...

    I failed my 11+ also when I was in year 6. This was many around 6-7 years ago and so I joined a school I pretty much didn't want to go to. I then got the best GCSE's in my year and got offers from all the grammar schools in the area (one being the 2nd best in the country at the time).

    Funny enough, I turned down all of these offers and stayed at the same school I'm in now, and now have offers from some of the best universities in the country. It doesn't matter what school you go to, it's the work you put in. I doubt with that attitude, to be honest, that you're going to go far.
    Your a such an inspiration. I'm not the one who started the thread but I got a very good advise

    THANK YOU!

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    (Original post by Shizzle9)
    Please do not use profound language. It's rude.
    I never use bad language...Sorry... but fact you called the other person dumb...made me angry

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    It is possible. I worked really hard and got a D. Nothing is impossible lmao.

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    Maybe your revision technique never suited you

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    Maybe your revision technique never suited you

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    I am just joking. Luckily, this hasn't happened to me...yet.

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