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:headfire: WELCOME TO MY GYG :headfire:

:woo: My first ever GYG :woo:

Hi everyone :hello:, welcome to my first ever GYG I don't know if I am scared :afraid: or excited :dance: but either way I know I want to put a lot of effort into this because its quite personal to me. I have never really found learning as something fun (until recently anyways), I was one of the cruisers I think they call it during GCSE’s, this was due to many factors, I had a lot of Anxiety, suffered a lot from bullying, and not to mention missing a couple years of school, because I was sent of to a boarding school. All this combined, I cracked and I needed an escape, and there it was "Gaming", it was an easy option to fall onto due to the fact I could make new friends on there who don't know me personally to judge me and all the cared about was if I was good at the game, and ofcourse I was because I was breathing "Gaming" at that point, so I underperformed for my GCSE's. I had no one to help me out and put me in the right direction, so I messed up a big crucial part of my life and knowing that I could have done a lot better than I did, till this day hurts me...BUT enough of all that negativity :viking:, why I made this thread is to show people that its never really late to turn things around! :yeah: My first year of my A Levels didn't go as planned due to the Corona Virus, which meant my teachers had to predict what I would get, and like I said, during my GCSE's I wasn't the best student, so I was not predicted all A's, even though I worked really hard during Y12, it came down to my teachers looking at my GCSE's and making a realistic judgement of what they think I could have done...it was quite annoying :rant: but I can't really dwell on the past now...so lets try and make sure I am 100% ready for the upcoming January MOCK's :yep: .




My A-Level's



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  • Chemistry (OCR A)
  • Physics (AQA)
  • Maths (OCR A)




My GCSE Grades



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  • Chemistry - 8
  • Maths - 7
  • Physics -7
  • Biology - 6 (was 4 marks off 7 :banghead: )
  • English Language - 6
  • English Literature - 6
  • History - 6
  • Spanish (Foundation) - 5
  • Computing - 5
  • Design and Engineering - 5




My Predicted Grades




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  • Chemistry (OCR A) - B
  • Maths (OCR A) - B
  • Physics (AQA) - C




My Plan And What To Do When It Goes Down The Ditch


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I want to apply for Chemical Engineering, and the Universities that I want to apply to are:

  • Nottingham
  • Manchester
  • Sheffield
  • Leeds
  • Bradford


There is only one in here that I can actually apply for so, I need to ask my teachers, if by any chance I could a Internal MOCK to show them I have improved...if not I will have to apply through Adjustment/Clearing...which is going to be very stressful :cry: .







A-Level Stuff To Go Over




Chemistry
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Chemistry Topic Checklist (Year 1):
  • Development of Practical Skills in Chemistry
  • Foundations in Chemistry
  1. Atoms, Ions and Compounds :fleurdelis:
  2. Amount Of Substance :fleurdelis:
  3. Acids and Redox
  4. Electrons and Bonding
  5. Shapes of Molecules and Intermolecular Forces
  • Periodic Table and Energy
  1. Periodicity
  2. Reactivity Trends
  3. Enthalpy
  4. Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
  • Core Organic Chemistry
  1. Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry :fleurdelis:
  2. Alkanes :fleurdelis:
  3. Alkenes :fleurdelis:
  4. Alcohols :fleurdelis:
  5. Haloalkanes :fleurdelis:
  6. Organic Synthesis
  7. Spectroscopy

Chemistry Topic Checklist (Year 2):
  • Physical Chemistry and Transition Elements
  1. Rates of Reaction
  2. Equilibrium
  3. Acids, Bases and pH
  4. Buffers and Neutralisation
  5. Enthalpy and Entropy
  6. Redox and Electrode Potentials
  7. Transition Elements
  • Organic Chemistry and Analysis
  1. Aromatic Chemistry
  2. Carbonyls and Carboxylic Acids
  3. Amines, Amino Acids and Proteins
  4. Organic Synthesis
  5. Chromotography and Spectroscopy


Physics
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Physics Topic Checklist (Year 1):
  • Practical Skills
  1. Experiment Design
  2. Data
  3. Graphs
  4. Error Analysis
  5. Uncertainty Calculations
  6. Evaluating and Concluding
  7. The Practical Endorsement
  • Particles and Radiation
  1. Atomic Structure :fleurdelis:
  2. Stable and Unstable Nuclei :fleurdelis:
  3. Antiparticles and Photons :fleurdelis:
  4. Hadrons and Leptons :fleurdelis:
  5. Strange Particles and Conservation of Properties :fleurdelis:
  6. Quarks and Antiquarks :fleurdelis:
  7. Particle Interactions :fleurdelis:
  • Electromagnetic Radiation and Quantum Phenomena
  1. The Photoelectric Effect
  2. Energy Levels in Atoms
  3. Wave-Particle Duality
  • Waves
  1. Progressive Waves
  2. Waves Speed
  3. Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
  4. Superposition and Interference
  5. Stationary Waves
  6. Investigating Resonance
  7. Diffraction
  8. Two-Source Interference
  9. Young's Double-Slit Experiment
  10. Diffraction Gratings
  11. Refractive Index
  12. Critical Angle and TIR
  • Mechanics
  1. Scalars and Vectors
  2. Forces in Equilibrium
  3. Moments
  4. Centre of Mass and Moments
  5. Uniform Acceleration
  6. Displacement-Time Graphs
  7. Velocity-Time Graphs
  8. Acceleration-Time Graphs
  9. Newton's Laws of Motion
  10. Acceleration Due to Gravity
  11. Projectile Motion
  12. Drag, Lift and Terminal Speed
  13. Conservation of Momentum
  14. Force, Momentum and Impulse
  15. Work and Power
  16. Conservation of Energy
  • Materials
  1. Density
  2. Hooke's Law
  3. Stress and Strain
  4. The Young Modulus
  5. Stress-Strain and Force-Extension Graphs
  6. Brittle Materials
  • Electricity
  1. Circuit Diagrams
  2. Current and Potential Difference
  3. Resistance
  4. I-V Characteristics
  5. Resisivity
  6. Determining the Resistivity of a Wire
  7. Power and Electrical Energy
  8. E.M.F and Internal Resistance
  9. Conservation of Energy and Charge in Circuits
  10. The Potential Divider

Physics Topic Checklist (Year 2):

  • Further Mechanics
  1. Circular Motion
  2. Centripetal Force
  3. Simple Harmonic Motion
  4. Calculations with SHM
  5. The Mass-Spring System as Simple Harmonic Oscillator
  6. The Simple Pendulum and Other Types of SHO
  7. Free and Forced Vibrations
  • Thermal Physics
  1. Thermal Energy Transfer
  2. The Three Gas Laws
  3. The Ideal Gas Equation
  4. Kinetic Energy of Gas Molecules
  5. Development of Theories
  • Gravitational and Electrical Fields
  1. Gravitational Fields
  2. Gravitational Field Strength
  3. Gravitational Potential
  4. Orbits
  5. Electric Potential
  6. Comparing Electric and Gravitational Fields
  • Capacitors
  1. Capacitors
  2. Energy Stored in Capacitors
  3. Dielectrics
  4. Charging and Discharging
  5. Time Constant and Time to Halve
  • Magnetic Fields
  1. Magnetic Flux Density
  2. Investigating Force on a Current-Carrying Wire
  3. Forces on Charged Particles
  4. Electromagnetic Induction
  5. Investigating Flux Linkage
  6. Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law
  7. Alternating Current
  8. Transformers
  • Nuclear Physics
  1. Rutherford Scattering :fleurdelis:
  2. Measuring Nuclear Radius :fleurdelis:
  3. Nuclear Radius and Density :fleurdelis:
  4. Properties of Nuclear Radiation :fleurdelis:
  5. Background Radiation and Intensity :fleurdelis:
  6. Exponential Law of Decay :fleurdelis:
  7. Half-Life and Its Applications :fleurdelis:
  8. Nuclear Decay :fleurdelis:
  9. Mass Defect and Binding Energy
  10. Nuclear Fission and Fusion
  11. Nuclear Fission and Fusion
  • Option D: Turning Points in Physics
  1. Discovering Electrons
  2. Specific Charge of an Electron
  3. Millikan's Oil-Drop Experiment
  4. Light - Newton vs Huygens :fleurdelis:
  5. Electromagnetic Waves :fleurdelis:
  6. The Photoelectric Effect :fleurdelis:
  7. Wave-Particle Duality :fleurdelis:
  8. Electron Microscopes :fleurdelis:
  9. Michelson-Morley Experiment
  10. Special Relativity


Maths
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Maths Revision Checklist (Year 1):
  1. Pure
  • Proof and Mathematical Communication
  • Indicies and Surds
  • Quadratic Functions
  • Polynomials
  • Using Graphs
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Logarithms
  • Exponentials Models
  • Binomial Expansion
  • Trigonometric Functions and Equations
  • Triangle Geometry
  • Vectors
  • Differentiation
  • Applications of Differentiation
  • Integration

2. Statistics

  • Working with Data
  • Probability
  • Statistical Hypothesis Testing

3. Mechanics

  • Introduction to Kinematics
  • Motion with Constant Acceleration
  • Force and Motion
  • Objects in Contact

Maths Revision Checklist (Year 2):

  1. Pure
  • Proof and Mathematical Communication
  • Functions
  • Further Transformations of Graphs
  • Sequences and Series
  • Rational Functions
  • General Binomial Expansion
  • Radian Measure
  • Further Trigonometry
  • Calculus and Exponential Trigonometric Functions
  • Further Differentiation
  • Further Integration Techniques
  • Further Applications of Calculus
  • Differential Equations
  • Numerical Solution of Equations
  • Numerical Integration

2. Statistics
  • Conditional Probability
  • Normal Distribution
  • Further Hypothesis Testing

3. Mechanics
  • Application of Vectors
  • Projectiles
  • Forces in Context
  • Moments

Some Facts About Me


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- I'm currently 17 years old and will turn 18 on April 23rd:birthday:
- I am 5'9/10 not sure :proud:
- I love eating :laugh: (I love Chicken, I literally could live of it :nutcase:)
- I was born in India but I was in the UK ever since I was 1 year old, I did spend two years in India during Y6 & Y7 in a boarding school, argueably the best time of my life :yes:
- Dogs > Cats, but cats are still cute, just Dogs are cuter :cute:
- I love ticking off stuff from a To-Do-List, is that wierd?
- I AM OBSESSES WITH BINGE WATCHING!!! :nyan:



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Woohoo :dance:
so this is a guy who cruised though school is it chop.....................i tell you you are all so smart even dezer is so smart and clever and he was seen by teachers as underperforming yet to me he looks like a AAA for everything
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Woohoo :dance:
WOOOOHOOO:woo:

It still has a lot till its finished! I am sooo tired been at it for 3 hours now :boring:
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so this is a guy who cruised though school is it chop.....................i tell you you are all so smart even dezer is so smart and clever and he was seen by teachers as underperforming yet to me he looks like a AAA for everything
Ahaha that very kind :heart: of you but I really didn't do that well for my GCSE's, and looking back I have a lot of regrets! :cry2:
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Ahaha that very kind :heart: of you but I really didn't do that well for my GCSE's, and looking back I have a lot of regrets! :cry2:
unless you got 1 for everything your better than me
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so this is a guy who cruised though school is it chop.....................i tell you you are all so smart even dezer is so smart and clever and he was seen by teachers as underperforming yet to me he looks like a AAA for everything
You’re smart too Goldie 😡
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Tag me please! Good luck, you've got thisss :hugs:
Will do still haven’t finished the tags bit, but obviously I’m tagging you 😊
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WOOOOHOOO:woo:

It still has a lot till its finished! I am sooo tired been at it for 3 hours now :boring:
It’s fiiineee. You can take a well deserved break and get back at it tomorrow
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You’re smart too Goldie 😡
I asked ella to teach me stuff(she wants to be a teacher) so im more clever than now but it was turned down lol

however she improving confidence she is gonna help me with
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I asked ella to teach me stuff(she wants to be a teacher) so im more clever than now but it was turned down lol

however she improving confidence she is gonna help me with
You’re clever enough as it is Goldie theres nothing left to teach you 🤓
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You’re clever enough as it is Goldie theres nothing left to teach you 🤓
I know your being kind but thats not true is it otherwise i would be at collage studying for uni:confused:
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Good luck!! I hope you manage to show your teachers that you’re capable of AAA before you send off your uni apps :hugs:
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I know your being kind but thats not true is it otherwise i would be at collage studying for uni:confused:
I am pming you
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:headfire: WELCOME TO MY GYG :headfire:

:woo: My first ever GYG :woo:
Hi everyone :hello:, welcome to my first ever GYG I don't know if I am scared :afraid: or excited :dance: but either way I know I want to put a lot of effort into this because its quite personal to me. I have never really found learning as something fun (until recently anyways), I was one of the cruisers I think they call it during GCSE’s, this was due to many factors, I had a lot of Anxiety, suffered a lot from bullying, and not to mention missing a couple years of school, because I was sent of to a boarding school. All this combined, I cracked and I needed an escape, and there it was "Gaming", it was an easy option to fall onto due to the fact I could make new friends on there who don't know me personally to judge me and all the cared about was if I was good at the game, and ofcourse I was because I was breathing "Gaming" at that point, so I underperformed for my GCSE's. I had no one to help me out and put me in the right direction, so I messed up a big crucial part of my life and knowing that I could have done a lot better than I did, till this day hurts me...BUT enough of all that negativity :viking:, why I made this thread is to show people that its never really late to turn things around! :yeah: My first year of my A Levels didn't go as planned due to the Corona Virus, which meant my teachers had to predict what I would get, and like I said, during my GCSE's I wasn't the best student, so I was not predicted all A's, even though I worked really hard during Y12, it came down to my teachers looking at my GCSE's and making a realistic judgement of what they think I could have done...it was quite annoying :rant: but I can't really dwell on the past now...so lets try and make sure I am 100% ready for the upcoming January MOCK's :yep: .


My A-Level's

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  • Chemistry (OCR A)
  • Physics (AQA)
  • Maths (OCR A)




My Predicted Grades


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  • Chemistry (OCR A) - B
  • Maths (OCR A) - B
  • Physics (AQA) - C


My Plan And What To Do When It Goes Down The Ditch

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I want to apply for Chemical Engineering, and the Universities that I want to apply to are:

  • Nottingham
  • Manchester
  • Sheffield
  • Leeds
  • Bradford

There is only one in here that I can actually apply for so, I need to ask my teachers, if by any chance I could a Internal MOCK to show them I have improved...if not I will have to apply through Adjustment/Clearing...which is going to be very stressful :cry: .





A-Level Stuff To Go Over

Chemistry
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Chemistry Topic Checklist (Year 1):
  • Development of Practical Skills in Chemistry
  • Foundations in Chemistry
  1. Atoms, Ions and Compounds :fleurdelis:
  2. Amount Of Substance :fleurdelis:
  3. Acids and Redox
  4. Electrons and Bonding
  5. Shapes of Molecules and Intermolecular Forces
  • Periodic Table and Energy
  1. Periodicity
  2. Reactivity Trends
  3. Enthalpy
  4. Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
  • Core Organic Chemistry
  1. Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry :fleurdelis:
  2. Alkanes :fleurdelis:
  3. Alkenes :fleurdelis:
  4. Alcohols :fleurdelis:
  5. Haloalkanes :fleurdelis:
  6. Organic Synthesis
  7. Spectroscopy

Chemistry Topic Checklist (Year 2):
  • Physical Chemistry and Transition Elements
  1. Rates of Reaction
  2. Equilibrium
  3. Acids, Bases and pH
  4. Buffers and Neutralisation
  5. Enthalpy and Entropy
  6. Redox and Electrode Potentials
  7. Transition Elements
  • Organic Chemistry and Analysis
  1. Aromatic Chemistry
  2. Carbonyls and Carboxylic Acids
  3. Amines, Amino Acids and Proteins
  4. Organic Synthesis
  5. Chromotography and Spectroscopy


Physics
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Physics Topic Checklist (Year 1):
  • Practical Skills
  1. Experiment Design
  2. Data
  3. Graphs
  4. Error Analysis
  5. Uncertainty Calculations
  6. Evaluating and Concluding
  7. The Practical Endorsement
  • Particles and Radiation
  1. Atomic Structure :fleurdelis:
  2. Stable and Unstable Nuclei :fleurdelis:
  3. Antiparticles and Photons :fleurdelis:
  4. Hadrons and Leptons :fleurdelis:
  5. Strange Particles and Conservation of Properties :fleurdelis:
  6. Quarks and Antiquarks :fleurdelis:
  7. Particle Interactions :fleurdelis:
  • Electromagnetic Radiation and Quantum Phenomena
  1. The Photoelectric Effect
  2. Energy Levels in Atoms
  3. Wave-Particle Duality
  • Waves
  1. Progressive Waves
  2. Waves Speed
  3. Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
  4. Superposition and Interference
  5. Stationary Waves
  6. Investigating Resonance
  7. Diffraction
  8. Two-Source Interference
  9. Young's Double-Slit Experiment
  10. Diffraction Gratings
  11. Refractive Index
  12. Critical Angle and TIR
  • Mechanics
  1. Scalars and Vectors
  2. Forces in Equilibrium
  3. Moments
  4. Centre of Mass and Moments
  5. Uniform Acceleration
  6. Displacement-Time Graphs
  7. Velocity-Time Graphs
  8. Acceleration-Time Graphs
  9. Newton's Laws of Motion
  10. Acceleration Due to Gravity
  11. Projectile Motion
  12. Drag, Lift and Terminal Speed
  13. Conservation of Momentum
  14. Force, Momentum and Impulse
  15. Work and Power
  16. Conservation of Energy
  • Materials
  1. Density
  2. Hooke's Law
  3. Stress and Strain
  4. The Young Modulus
  5. Stress-Strain and Force-Extension Graphs
  6. Brittle Materials
  • Electricity
  1. Circuit Diagrams
  2. Current and Potential Difference
  3. Resistance
  4. I-V Characteristics
  5. Resisivity
  6. Determining the Resistivity of a Wire
  7. Power and Electrical Energy
  8. E.M.F and Internal Resistance
  9. Conservation of Energy and Charge in Circuits
  10. The Potential Divider

Physics Topic Checklist (Year 2):

  • Further Mechanics
  1. Circular Motion
  2. Centripetal Force
  3. Simple Harmonic Motion
  4. Calculations with SHM
  5. The Mass-Spring System as Simple Harmonic Oscillator
  6. The Simple Pendulum and Other Types of SHO
  7. Free and Forced Vibrations
  • Thermal Physics
  1. Thermal Energy Transfer
  2. The Three Gas Laws
  3. The Ideal Gas Equation
  4. Kinetic Energy of Gas Molecules
  5. Development of Theories
  • Gravitational and Electrical Fields
  1. Gravitational Fields
  2. Gravitational Field Strength
  3. Gravitational Potential
  4. Orbits
  5. Electric Potential
  6. Comparing Electric and Gravitational Fields
  • Capacitors
  1. Capacitors
  2. Energy Stored in Capacitors
  3. Dielectrics
  4. Charging and Discharging
  5. Time Constant and Time to Halve
  • Magnetic Fields
  1. Magnetic Flux Density
  2. Investigating Force on a Current-Carrying Wire
  3. Forces on Charged Particles
  4. Electromagnetic Induction
  5. Investigating Flux Linkage
  6. Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law
  7. Alternating Current
  8. Transformers
  • Nuclear Physics
  1. Rutherford Scattering :fleurdelis:
  2. Measuring Nuclear Radius :fleurdelis:
  3. Nuclear Radius and Density :fleurdelis:
  4. Properties of Nuclear Radiation :fleurdelis:
  5. Background Radiation and Intensity :fleurdelis:
  6. Exponential Law of Decay :fleurdelis:
  7. Half-Life and Its Applications :fleurdelis:
  8. Nuclear Decay :fleurdelis:
  9. Mass Defect and Binding Energy
  10. Nuclear Fission and Fusion
  11. Nuclear Fission and Fusion
  • Option D: Turning Points in Physics
  1. Discovering Electrons
  2. Specific Charge of an Electron
  3. Millikan's Oil-Drop Experiment
  4. Light - Newton vs Huygens :fleurdelis:
  5. Electromagnetic Waves :fleurdelis:
  6. The Photoelectric Effect :fleurdelis:
  7. Wave-Particle Duality :fleurdelis:
  8. Electron Microscopes :fleurdelis:
  9. Michelson-Morley Experiment
  10. Special Relativity


Maths
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Maths Revision Checklist (Year 1):
  1. Pure
  • Proof and Mathematical Communication
  • Indicies and Surds
  • Quadratic Functions
  • Polynomials
  • Using Graphs
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Logarithms
  • Exponentials Models
  • Binomial Expansion
  • Trigonometric Functions and Equations
  • Triangle Geometry
  • Vectors
  • Differentiation
  • Applications of Differentiation
  • Integration

2. Statistics

  • Working with Data
  • Probability
  • Statistical Hypothesis Testing

3. Mechanics

  • Introduction to Kinematics
  • Motion with Constant Acceleration
  • Force and Motion
  • Objects in Contact
Going through the same thing, will need to prove my teachers that I can get better predicted or I’ll have to apply to good unis through adjustment, such a stressful situation! Good luck
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Ooh thank you for the tag! Will definitely be reading! :dance:
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Well done for having predicted grades 2 grads higher than my actually achieved grades!
I got an abysmal unacceptable despicable BCD
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Good luck!! I hope you manage to show your teachers that you’re capable of AAA before you send off your uni apps :hugs:
Thanks! :jumphug:

I hope I do as well, but ye worst case is going through Clearing :afraid:

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Going through the same thing, will need to prove my teachers that I can get better predicted or I’ll have to apply to good unis through adjustment, such a stressful situation! Good luck
Its nice to know I am not the only one, I hope you get the grades you need, but I mean like I said worst case is going through Adjustment/Clearing! :crossedf:

It is very stressful and just scary thinking about it :ahhhhh:

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Ooh thank you for the tag! Will definitely be reading! :dance:
Eyyy thanks, Nutella! :hugs:

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thx for the tag 🤠
No Problemo,

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Well done for having predicted grades 2 grads higher than my actually achieved grades!
I got an abysmal unacceptable despicable BCD
Are you goint to do the Autum Exams? Or did you get the grades you needed? :tux:
Its OK :console:

(Original post by jemima0103)
good luck, tag me please
Will do, and Thanks! :yeah:
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