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Academically, hopefully go to Cambridge (and change courses, goodness ) and get straight As at A2.
Extra-curricular, carry on debating. Love it as much as I do now. Win something major.
Other, be happy. Make a societal contribution which will make me happy, and other people too. I've yet to decide what though
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(Original post by NikNak)
Mine are primarily to get >70% in all my uni assignments / exams (so far so good ) and to make more wicked uni friends!
A year ago I would have said the same, but I am drained out now, I feel so happy today because I know its the only day until July I don't need to worry about work.

It feels like there is so much weights hanging over me, its going to be hard to get a 2:1 so will be happy with that, if I get anything lower than a 2:1 I will be very disapointed though. I am going to basicaly try my best without making myself ill.
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(Original post by amazingtrade)
A year ago I would have said the same, but I am drained out now, I feel so happy today because I know its the only day until July I don't need to worry about work.

It feels like there is so much weights hanging over me, its going to be hard to get a 2:1 so will be happy with that, if I get anything lower than a 2:1 I will be very disapointed though. I am going to basicaly try my best without making myself ill.
Why will it be hard for you to get a 2:1?
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- Get AAAAaa for Oxford.
- Beat at least one team at my first ever debating competition :p:
- Run the Reading Half Marathon
- Become better at Lacrosse
- Find an internship for the summer
- Re-learn Mandarin to fluency
- Eat more healthily
- Be nicer to everyone.
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Stop biting my nails, have even more fun, find love...or at least lust and pass my Standard Grades.
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- Beat at least one team at my first ever debating competition :p:
*grin*

I *so* offered to pair with you, but you refused point-blank :p:
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Academically A*s and As in GCSEs. I wish,lol.
Get a gf.
Travel somewhere.
Find more friends.
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(Original post by synaesthesia)
*grin*

I *so* offered to pair with you, but you refused point-blank :p:
No, I said that I would think about it and then you ran off with Mr Evans... :rolleyes:

I'm going with Cor for Open Pairs
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It was reluctant! I thought you were being polite :eek:
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(Original post by synaesthesia)
It was reluctant! I thought you were being polite :eek:
I would have loved to, but it would have been very, very, very scary. And I would have probably squeaked and hid in the corner, and you would have glowered at me. Why don't they give prizes for coming last?

On another note, why aren't you on MSN and did you get the picture I sent?
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(Original post by NikNak)
Why will it be hard for you to get a 2:1?
Becase of the amount of work to do, it shouldn't be too hard because I did well last year, but I have lots of revision and lots of written work to do, if I get less than 40% in an exam and then fail the resit I have failed the entire year. I also have to pass every exam at 40%, not just every module because of some stupid new rule.

I am not sure if my final year project is going in the right direction because its my own project, I should have picked a project allocated by a tutor then it would be a bit easier.
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Get Straight A's
:rolleyes: Learn italian language!!
:cool: Learn how to play the guitar!!!!
get a job!
Travel somewhere nice
:p: change some of my bad habits!! :aetsch:
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Plans for next year? Get myself together and start doing some work for my A-Levels! - and get AAA :rolleyes: Get myself into University and hopefully find a guy at uni I do need something to enrich my university experience other than friends :rolleyes:
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(Original post by amazingtrade)
Becase of the amount of work to do, it shouldn't be too hard because I did well last year, but I have lots of revision and lots of written work to do, if I get less than 40% in an exam and then fail the resit I have failed the entire year. I also have to pass every exam at 40%, not just every module because of some stupid new rule.
Well thats the same for everyone!
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Hmm, plans for 2005:

- Start training for my lifeguard course in March.
- Pass said lifeguarding course!
- Lose some weight (read lose about a stone and a half. Eeek!)
- Get back the close circle of friends I had at school and have since drifted away from since everyone's been away at uni
- Have a hell of a lot of fun, baby!
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(Original post by NikNak)
Well thats the same for everyone!
I know but its why I want a 2:1 and not a 1st, I would just put too much preasure on myself, I have high blood preasure anyway so its pointless me dying of a heart attack at 22 just so I can get a 1st.

I am developing interest in a highly specialised area (ASP.NET accessability) so I am sure I will be able to get a decent job some where in the country.
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(Original post by amazingtrade)
A year ago I would have said the same, but I am drained out now, I feel so happy today because I know its the only day until July I don't need to worry about work.

It feels like there is so much weights hanging over me, its going to be hard to get a 2:1 so will be happy with that, if I get anything lower than a 2:1 I will be very disapointed though. I am going to basicaly try my best without making myself ill.
Cant be that hard. I get 2:1's easy from a higher ranked uni.
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Cant be that hard. I get 2:1's easy from a higher ranked uni.
Its not too hard in terms of difficulty but the work load is huge, much greater than anything I have ever had before. Keeping on top of it without becoming ill will be hard. Thats why I want a 2:1 becuase its a nice inermediate grade, you won't be laughed at, you have to work hard, but you won't make yourself ill over it, unless you're a chemestry student of course
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(Original post by amazingtrade)
Its not too hard in terms of difficulty but the work load is huge, much greater than anything I have ever had before. Keeping on top of it without becoming ill will be hard. Thats why I want a 2:1 becuase its a nice inermediate grade, you won't be laughed at, you have to work hard, but you won't make yourself ill over it, unless you're a chemestry student of course
...........Intermediate in the sense that alot of 'decent' jobs want a '2:1 in any dicipline'. But my uni define 2:1 as very good 2:2 good etc. Id be happy with 2:1, but not gutted with 2nd.

Thats just me, no need for super stress out.
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Well, my goal is to enter UNI in september and join a reserve regiment.
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