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    (Original post by zafaru123)
    800 IN A YEAR..im in year 12, and theres only 54 people lol.
    My year has 1,500 people. I'm very glad we don't have to queue to get our results :p:
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    1500 is a lot..but do you go to a college, because my 6th form is part of a secondary school, and so 95% of students are from the school.
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    We're only 27 :p:
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    (Original post by Xtian)
    We're only 27 :p:
    I too belong to an incredibly small sixth form - so small in fact that the local council has decided to shut it down with it not being "value for money" as a reason.

    The "harder" subjects are also pathetically small. In year 12 there was only me and one other person doing physics. Also the ten-strong maths class that started beginning of year twelve dropped to only three by the time the final exams started.

    But at least this has the advantage that i can get my results from 9am and know that i will actually get my results AT 9am latest.
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    (Original post by chessaholic)
    I too belong to an incredibly small sixth form - so small in fact that the local council has decided to shut it down with it not being "value for money" as a reason.
    They've done that with one of the schools in my collegiate. Half of them come to my school to do more than one lesson since not a lot is offered there.

    There were three of us for A2 History xD My biggest class was 10 people and that was for English Lit!
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    Sorry if this has been asked,

    But I've heard speculation that we could see our results on UCAS track on the morning of the results day from like 6am.

    Is this true?

    Cheers
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    (Original post by Alex_de_Large)
    Sorry if this has been asked,

    But I've heard speculation that we could see our results on UCAS track on the morning of the results day from like 6am.

    Is this true?

    Cheers

    I doubt it. As fas as I know, on Track it will say "Your place at x uni has been confirmed etc etc" and not your results.

    I'll be there all night with my finger on the F5 key
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    (Original post by zafaru123)
    im sure you'll be absolutely fine. i'm also doing maths, f.maths and physics, gonna do physics at uni, but hoping to go on to do something in aerospace. What exam boards were your exams.
    OCR for physics and edexcel for the rest
    you?
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    i hope i don't fail
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    OCR for physics and edexcel for the rest
    you?
    aqa for physics and edexcel for maths, f.maths, i heard that oxr physics unit was really hard
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    (Original post by zafaru123)
    aqa for physics and edexcel for maths, f.maths, i heard that oxr physics unit was really hard
    it was really really hard
    hence the aah i think i've failed
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    I'm waiting mainly for GCSE results but I did one A.S, Music. I have to get an A! I'm getting friggin nightmares about it. The clock makes me realise it's so soooooooooon!!!
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    24 days to go...
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    Wow it isn't that long now looking at it!
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    3 weeks.....crap :|
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    (Original post by Alex_de_Large)
    Sorry if this has been asked,

    But I've heard speculation that we could see our results on UCAS track on the morning of the results day from like 6am.

    Is this true?

    Cheers
    Heard of that. No idea... but I still might get up at 7am to find out (heard it's updated by then)
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    (Original post by lets_make_some_music)
    it was really really hard
    hence the aah i think i've failed
    Ah. You can't totally fail... even with a EEE, you have passed :p: Though you'll be stuck on a foundation course if lucky..
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    Which would be worse, opening bad results at your college, then having to go home and tell your parents the bad news, or opening bad results at home? I need to decide what to do! :laugh:
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    (Original post by lnjames)
    Which would be worse, opening bad results at your college, then having to go home and tell your parents the bad news, or opening bad results at home? I need to decide what to do! :laugh:

    :zomg: We have the same sig - :laugh: Good times!

    :ninja:

    But yeah to answer your question, I'd probably do it at school so I can sort everything out there before i head back home if I (God forbid) miss my offer! But lets not get too pessimistic just yet. :p:
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    (Original post by emmie19)
    Ah. You can't totally fail... even with a EEE, you have passed :p: Though you'll be stuck on a foundation course if lucky..
    i've got another year for retakes so i can still have another shot at some if it all goes pear shaped

    i'd rather not retake though
 
 
 
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