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    Dissapointment, change of plans, unexpected gap year? Or following Plan D - running away to a Greek island and never coming back
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    BDE I think - hope not!
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    Hoping for an AAAB :3 AABB at worse.
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    B grade, therefore missed offer, have to go to Leicester which I really can't get my head around at the moment, going to Greece on Sunday for two weeks to lick my wounds, come back and learn to get used to it.
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    My plan is to have a bath, watch a film in bed with a nice cup of tea, biscuits, fresh dovey cover. And then watch another film if im still not tired. Following this, I will do some sudoku if needs be, untill my eyes hurt to much to keep open and i just fall asleep
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    DDE all the way lmaoo
    need CCC
    oh well :/
    who's gonna be bumming track later? :L
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    itt: everyone posts, nobody gives a ****.
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    My plan is the same as most peoples, watch films till I'm too tired to stay awake. Or read. Or anything. I feel so rough cos I'm nervous :/.
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    I'm expecting mediocre grades, really really scared.
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    I have decided to stay up all night. When my brother goes to bed at 3am I will then go down stairs and make a tree diagram to plan out various possibilities intill I get results.

    I hope the effect of sleep deprivation isn't that bad.
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    (Original post by s.sarwar7)
    11 hours 40 mins
    until 2 minutes before 6 tomorrow morning? what happens then?
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    bio c
    chem c
    maths c
    p.e A

    hopefully want to do pharm
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    My prediction is: an increase of suicide/depression threads on TSR tbh.
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    at the end of the day there is nothing to be stressed about at all.

    you've done all your exams and the results you get are the results you get.
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    BCC, or maybe ACC, or maybe BCD, or at worst CCD:smartass: as long as theres no Ds ill be happy!
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    watch a comedy show or something, you'll feel better.
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    (Original post by Cultivated)
    My prediction is: an increase of suicide/depression threads on TSR tbh.
    Yeah they do tend to follow a cyclical pattern throughout the year - peaking mildly in january and then majorly in the summer
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    This is funny, here there is a mix of Bs, Cs and Ds (and a few Es), and tomorrow there will be a results thread which will be predominently full of "I got AAAA!".

    Anyone else get the feeling this will happen on TSR? :rolleyes:
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    My school want us to arrive for 11... but I'll obviously check track as well.
 
 
 

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