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Results day, you dreading it or are you excited?? watch

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    Excited
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    Absolutley dreading them
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    33.89%
    Mixed
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    43.46%
    Not bothered
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    (Original post by Sam Rawlings)
    Good. What do you plan to study at university and where do you plan to study?
    Well if I get AAA I'd like to apply for medicine, if I don't, I'll go to Imperial and do Biology.
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    Back from holiday, and stressing more now
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    (Original post by splorgie)
    Back from holiday, and stressing more now
    Aha - i go away for 2 weeks on Tuesday so that will hopefully take my mind off exams.
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    (Original post by Sam Rawlings)
    Aha - i go away for 2 weeks on Tuesday so that will hopefully take my mind off exams.
    That'll be quite good, yeah Anywhere nice?
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    (Original post by splorgie)
    That'll be quite good, yeah Anywhere nice?
    I'm off to Mexico (Cancun). So yeah, it shall be good. I'm just in such desperation to get my results- i'm literally going through psychological agony (maybe i hyperbolised that last bit)
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    (Original post by Sam Rawlings)
    I'm off to Mexico (Cancun). So yeah, it shall be good. I'm just in such desperation to get my results- i'm literally going through psychological agony (maybe i hyperbolised that last bit)
    Wow, nice

    I'm more intrigued than anything else, but I really want to have met my offer, as well as finding out AEA result which should be fun :p:
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    (Original post by splorgie)
    Wow, nice

    I'm more intrigued than anything else, but I really want to have met my offer, as well as finding out AEA result which should be fun :p:
    Is that a 'fun' as in you think you've done poorly in it? I too so desperately want to get my grades but we will have to wait and see - one minute i think i may have a chance of meeting my target but then other times i just think i've messed the whole thing up...
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    (Original post by Sam Rawlings)
    Is that a 'fun' as in you think you've done poorly in it? I too so desperately want to get my grades but we will have to wait and see - one minute i think i may have a chance of meeting my target but then other times i just think i've messed the whole thing up...
    Fun as in I've no idea how I've done, I'd never done a past paper before I did the exam so it was either good or crap :p:
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    I'm really excited because everyone has worked really hard but nervous at the same time because if I don't get decent grades it will be really disappointing!
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    Well, I am excited about seeing what i got and if all the hard work paid off, but nervous about the grades i am going to get, as i may not be able to apply to the unis i want to.
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    I have no idea how I am feeling :no:

    But hopefully all that hard work will pay off.
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    ARGH!

    Feel sick tonight thinking about it
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    Dude, I KNOW!

    *pukes*
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    (Original post by Pepe Le Poosh)
    ARGH!

    Feel sick tonight thinking about it
    :console: you need to calm down, i am also like this, but i find the best way with dealing with it is by going out with friends or just walking around outside, it helps relax you. :yep:
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    (Original post by 02mik_e)
    :console: you need to calm down, i am also like this, but i find the best way with dealing with it is by going out with friends or just walking around outside, it helps relax you. :yep:
    That's what i've set aside tomorrow for. Party tomorrow night and hopefully alcohol will ease the pain.
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    Do any of you lot tend not to get the grades you want in the subjects in which you worry about the most when waiting for the results?
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    (Original post by Sam Rawlings)
    Do any of you lot tend not to get the grades you want in the subjects in which you worry about the most when waiting for the results?
    No
    heance the reason I resat y12.
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    (Original post by Sam Rawlings)
    Do any of you lot tend not to get the grades you want in the subjects in which you worry about the most when waiting for the results?
    I think the highest I've got in German was a high B in a listening exam just before we broke up. I'm so screwed, I've never got more than 25 out of 45 (low C, I think) in my lit. essays and I did awful in the actual exam, so I'm guessing I got a U/E for it. Which will pull it all down
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    this is my first results day ever (i just started school in the UK and my country never had a set day, or even month for the release of results. I was shocked to receive my GCSE equivalent results as early as mid- September) so i'm pretty nervous and excited!!!!
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    aghhhhhhhhhhh i'm excited but scared too. Glad i'm going away for 10 days so then it won't be long when i get back!
 
 
 
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