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    ......and panicking.

    Last year my boyfriend's results slip said:

    Mathematics: A
    Chemistry: B
    Physics: X


    X meaning he didn't sit the exam. Which he did. Supposing something like that happens to me? I'll die!
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    (Original post by Airport Fairy)
    ......and panicking.

    Last year my boyfriend's results slip said:

    Mathematics: A
    Chemistry: B
    Physics: X


    X meaning he didn't sit the exam. Which he did. Supposing something like that happens to me? I'll die!
    If something like that happens to you you'll know there has been a huge great big f**k up and demand to know your real grade. What did your boyf do abot it?
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    Haha. I think everyone in the country is creaming their pants about that one, whether they admit it or not.
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    (Original post by Dr. Blazed)
    Haha. I think everyone in the country is creaming their pants about that one, whether they admit it or not.
    Well, I wasnt...until now. hehehehehe

    I don't know quite what he did about it, to be honest. Eventually he got the grade and got to his first choice uni, but I know there were a few agonising days when his place couldn't be confirmed.
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    Don't worry, that hardly ever happens, you'll probably be fine, just try to remain cal and rational. *Hands you a paper bag*.....*stops you trying to put it over your head*

    (Original post by Swing)
    Don't worry, that hardly ever happens, you'll probably be fine, just try to remain cal and rational. *Hands you a paper bag*.....*stops you trying to put it over your head*

    How did you know I want to be sick?


    PS - I've never been calm and rational in my life. Especially on results day. I have also never opened my own exam results before. My brother opened my GCSE results and my friend Natalie opened my AS level ones.
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    (Original post by Airport Fairy)
    How did you know I want to be sick?

    PS - I've never been calm and rational in my life. Especially on results day. I have also never opened my own exam results before. My brother opened my GCSE results and my friend Natalie opened my AS level ones.
    I meant the breathe into, but ok...*backs away before I'm sick on*

    Tut tut dear, get a grip; they're not the end of the world.

    Of course they're not. Especially as I'm withdrawing from UCAS and applying for 2005 entry. If I get great grades I'm applying to some great unis for English, if I get ok grades I'm applying to the same unis for French (because it's much less competitive) and if I completely fail (for me this means CCDE based on what I've got already) I'll probably just do nursing or midwifery or something!
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    It's 10.20 am here and I'm going to sleep again. I can't stand the wait.

    Over here we get our results one by one through courier. It looks like we're only going to get them tomorrow.

    Whereabouts do you live?
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    (Original post by Airport Fairy)

    X meaning he didn't sit the exam. Which he did. Supposing something like that happens to me? I'll die!
    Drama queen. Of course you won't die.
 
 
 
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