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    [QUOTE=XmaX]You could find out by looking at my old posts Basically, I did 6 A-Levels, my offer was AAAA in any of the five. I got 3 As in those, and another one in the subject they (understandably) didn't care about.

    6!!! What subjects did you do?
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    You could find out by looking at my old posts Basically, I did 6 A-Levels, my offer was AAAA in any of the five. I got 3 As in those, and another one in the subject they (understandably) didn't care about.
    6!!! What subjects did you do?
    Do what he said and have a look at his old posts. Alternatively, if you can't be bothered, click the spoiler:
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    (Original post by 19becky91)
    6!!! What subjects did you do?
    Is 6 A-Levels still that shocking? I thought it would become more nad more common as exams are getting easier. For me, doing 6 was more than manageable.

    As for my postgrad situation, I'm currently leaning towards MSc (not MSci). According to my calculations, I would need an additional £3000 to survive. How difficult do you think it is to get such funding?
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    (Original post by XmaX)
    Is 6 A-Levels still that shocking? I thought it would become more nad more common as exams are getting easier. For me, doing 6 was more than manageable.

    As for my postgrad situation, I'm currently leaning towards MSc (not MSci). According to my calculations, I would need an additional £3000 to survive. How difficult do you think it is to get such funding?
    hmm. I think that 4 is manageable, my friends do 5 and only cope because they do nothing else! I personally would struggle to do 5 with the amount of sport I play, and I think that the differentiating thing, what else you do other than school.

    As for the money situation, how much do your parent earn seems to be the deciding thing in getting any extra money! So wrong!
 
 
 

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