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    (Original post by alio)
    dont forget even if some1 gets UUU they have learnt advanced stuff from their A levels so even if they haven't passed it doesn't mean they dont know the stuff they could just be crap at exams etc.
    2 years learning is far from a waste of time although it would be embarrasing to get U's you still have tons of knowledge that ppl sat at home or working wouldnt have
    really? well considering i did well in them and now can't remember a thing about a-level maths & stats, it must be the U students which absorb the most during teaching.
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    (Original post by timeofyourlife)
    really? well considering i did well in them and now can't remember a thing about a-level maths & stats, it must be the U students which absorb the most during teaching.
    saying you ' cant remember a thing' is wrong, in fact uve helped ppl on this forum often enough with A level stuff so you must know something. you will know more than u think :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by alio)
    saying you ' cant remember a thing' is wrong, in fact uve helped ppl on this forum often enough with A level stuff so you must know something. you will know more than u think :rolleyes:
    nothing i'd like to admit to
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    (Original post by timeofyourlife)
    really?? in my day we didn't even have an "examination room", as there weren't enough people clever enough to warrant a room being let out. we had an "examination desk" for the brightest students who were able to do A-Levels.
    thats nothing our examination room was full of hungry crocadiles which we had to avoid just to write things on the paper!

    i reckon if you took a random sample of sixth forms then grades c,d and e are COMMON PLACE
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    If you do that badly you can do a foundation year and then a degree.
 
 
 
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