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Hiya! I'm l_vet, and welcome to my GYG blog! I'm currently taking AS levels in Biology, Chemistry and English Literature. I'm hoping that doing this blog will hopefully provide me with some good study habits, help me to motivate myself and hopefully get the grades I want to reach my dream of becoming a vet! I want to prove people wrong (like I did at GCSEs) and show that people with disabilities are capable of anything, if given the right support and work hard enough! (Hopefully I'll actually learn how to use The Student Room along the way too :,) )

For info on my journey so far see below:

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To cut a long story short, during my GCSE year, I was finally diagnosed with a hearing impairment (which I have had for my whole life!) and suddenly everything made sense! Finally I began to receive support and managed to pass all of my GCSEs despite being predicted :poo: grades! (you can see my results below).



Qualifications

GCSE Results

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English Language - 7
English Literature - 7
Health and Social Care - A
ECDL - A*
Biology - B
Chemistry - B
Physics - B
ICT - B (early entry - 2015)
Maths - 5
German - C (early entry - 2015)
General Studies - C (early entry - 2015)



Work Experience:

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2017:

2 Weeks at a Horse Riding Stables (ongoing+)
1 Week at a Rescue Centre (ongoing+)
1 day at a Small Animal Veterinary Clinic

2018:

1 Week at a Mixed Animal Veterinary Clinic

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Wow your GCSE results are really great! It's also good to see you have so much work experience at this stage :yep:

Keep us updated! Also, I love seeing photos on blogs, so if you have any pretty notes or anything like that - do share
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I'm a hopeful vet applicant (year 12). How are you finding A-levels? Also, well done on your GCSE results!
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(Original post by Amefish)
Wow your GCSE results are really great! It's also good to see you have so much work experience at this stage :yep:

Keep us updated! Also, I love seeing photos on blogs, so if you have any pretty notes or anything like that - do share
Aw thank you! I’ll try ☺️
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I'm a hopeful vet applicant (year 12). How are you finding A-levels? Also, well done on your GCSE results!
Hiya! I think I’ve seen you on the 2019 applicant thread 😂 I’m loving biology and chemistry but I struggle to get good results on the exam papers 😪 thank you! How are you finding your a-levels?
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Hiya! I think I’ve seen you on the 2019 applicant thread 😂 I’m loving biology and chemistry but I struggle to get good results on the exam papers 😪 thank you! How are you finding your a-levels?
I am an avid poster in the 2019 vet med thread . I am finding biology and chemistry okay but maths and further maths are being a pain in the butt .
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