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January 2009 Exam Timetables-Anyone else got 3 exams on the same day? Watch

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    In June I had C1, C2, FP1 and two History exams on one day. Got As in all of them though
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    Wow, I just looked at my timetable (on http://www.modernisationonline.org.uk) and I've got a really good one!
    History exam: 13th Jan
    Politics exam: 19th Jan
    ICT exam: 23rd Jan
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    (Original post by M.A.H)
    wer can i see the timetable?
    http://www.modernisationonline.org.uk
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    (Original post by M.A.H)
    wer can i see the timetable?
    I got given mine by my tutor so maybe ask someone at your college about it?

    or if you know your exam boards, I think you can get them online
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    (Original post by wanderlust.xx)
    D1 on the 13th and C3 on the 15th. ****, I want 100% in C3. >_>

    I'm sort of annoyed how D1 is before C3, but oh well.
    What board for D1 and C3?
    Im the only one in my F maths group retaking D1 :p:
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    (Original post by Gangee)
    Not as bad as AS levels tho had 6 exams on one day. Fun fun fun (may I add all after the other)
    woah I can't imagine that, did you get breaks or anything?

    I'm worried my hands going to seize up from all the writing!
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    yeeeep i've got C1, C2 and chemistry 1 on the same day
    i knoowwww it's gay isn't it!
    but mine are at least on my first day of exams so i should have lots of time/be fairly motivated to work for them
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    (Original post by -AllThatJazz)
    woah I can't imagine that, did you get breaks or anything?

    I'm worried my hands going to seize up from all the writing!
    Only to go for a tinkle and a stretch of legs but I had to be followed everywhere I went even in the toilet :mad:

    Ah well, atleast my exams were over quickly tho. Even tho my results definitley suffered :mad:
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    I know quite a few people who have 3.
    I've got Psychology and Biology on the same day, but it could be worse i s'pose.
    Good luck to all of you.
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    (Original post by Gangee)
    Only to go for a tinkle and a stretch of legs but I had to be followed everywhere I went even in the toilet :mad:

    Ah well, atleast my exams were over quickly tho. Even tho my results definitley suffered :mad:

    meh, thats the only advantage really...I hate the whole following you to the loo thing!

    & yeah I'm worried my results will suffer, then i'll have more exams in June :eek:
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    I have two resits at the same time on the same day both one hour.

    What's the Harry Poter spell Hermione does to be in two places at once in Prisoner of Azkaban because my school havn't done anything about it and I might be needing the spell?
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    I haven't checked mine out yet though I only have 3 in January so hopefully will be ok.
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    I had 6 at AS - 3 politics and 3 law. My hand ached so much it was unreal Only got about 20 minutes between the two subjects too!
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    I am sitting BYB4 (1h 30m) and BYB5 (1h 15m) on the same day. I'm sitting five exams on four consecutive days between 20-23/01/09 eugh. I've got my work cut out during the Christmas holidays.
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    (Original post by John Locke)
    I have Maths C1&2 and Chem 1 all on the same day .
    Edexcel right?
    It's stupid though - obviously a lot of people will be taking maths and chemistry, so why not schedule the maths exams on the same day as media or something? :mad:
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    (Original post by Draconis)
    Edexcel right?
    It's stupid though - obviously a lot of people will be taking maths and chemistry, so why not schedule the maths exams on the same day as media or something? :mad:
    Yeah.

    It's certainly going to be a difficult day, especially doing a chemistry exam after 3 hours of maths :rolleyes: .
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    I wish my school woul dgive us the timetables
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    (Original post by rachxl)
    I wish my school woul dgive us the timetables
    do they not give you a timetable with all your January entries?
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    Is there a link to the timetable?
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    (Original post by John Locke)
    do they not give you a timetable with all your January entries?
    well they haven't... yet. I guess they will eventually, they're just not organized like that. We'll probably get them right before the holiday...
 
 
 
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