yep, our school were really disappointed with our marks, i got a B when i really needed and expected an A, but quite few got ungraded, Ds and Es.
I did the media AS. Media is by far my best subject I always do well was hoping for an A but would have settled for a B or C wot the hell I got an E.
Yeah, I usually get A's in Media, and I got a D for this module. Everyone did badly in Media at my school. I don't think anyone got much above a D. Lots of people with E's and U's. I think they're sending them off to be remarked. Apparently it's something to do with harsh marking becauseof the recent attention to Media studies being a 'Mickey Mouse' A level, and an easy A.
My media teacher today was disappointed with the results. Had selected about 6 students to have theirs remarked. This did not include me but I put my case for a remark accoss well. so he said Ok if you feel that strongly about it and agreed to my request. (the school pay for the remarks!)
Ditto at my college. No one got above a B!
A few of us were really shocked at the results esp considering most of us were predicted A or B!
Seems to be trend....
it's your own fault for taking such a rubbish subject, why not take english language instead?!
if i was to give any info, (to anyone) i would suggest you don't make your question/hypothesis too broad. keep it concise and focused on one thing, i got a D in my jan exam because i think mine was too broad and had so much to talk about in little time. i'm thinking now of just focusing my research on 2 films, (City of God and Carandiru 4 Brazilian Cinema).
what about this for a question ?
why tv drama captures audience popularity to such a high degree?
(with special reference to prison break)
im pretty happy with it, you guys think its ok??
does any1 know what we can put in the notes, i know ur not allowed continuous prose...does that mean if i was to write the first few words of each paragraph (as a prompt) it would be allowed?
i've already written the answers just tryin to figure out how to remember them