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    i'm going to a party the night before to ease the nerves
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    (Original post by random-ray)
    ohoh Im a sarge? I was just hoping to be an informer......im not good at leading things......hahaha thanks
    I don't know the difference lol
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    (Original post by vicki_)
    I know how you feel!
    It feels like such a long time ago I was at sixth form doing exams like years.
    But at the same time the last couple of months seem to have gone quickly?
    Oh well not that long left i guess..
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    char[/s].]i know but all just seems like a very distant (bad) memory now
    Isn't it strange how as more time passes, you start to feel worse and worse about the exams?

    Well, I do :o:

    Perhaps because I can't remember what I wrote for any of them!
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    did they really go that badly for you?!?

    eeeek.....
    i dunno, it's all a bit of a blur. i think 1 mite av gone alright.
    but i'm really not sure coz i only had 1 week 2 revise properly, coz we had builders in knocking down walls :mad:
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    (Original post by JustRach)
    Isn't it strange how as more time passes, you start to feel worse and worse about the exams?

    Well, I do :o:

    Perhaps because I can't remember what I wrote for any of them!
    I am exactly the same.
    I have a couple of friends who are STILL going on like "well I know I got at least X number of marks because Mr so-and-so said that Y was the answer to Question 4, and I know I put that down..."

    And I generally reply like this: :confused:

    I can't remember ANYTHING about what I wrote on the exams!
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    2,000th post, well done
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    (Original post by vicki_)
    I know how you feel!
    It feels like such a long time ago I was at sixth form doing exams like years.
    But at the same time the last couple of months seem to have gone quickly?
    Oh well not that long left i guess..
    yeah, but its as though in numbers results day isnt that far away but it just feels like its aaaages away
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    (Original post by JustRach)
    Isn't it strange how as more time passes, you start to feel worse and worse about the exams?

    Well, I do :o:

    Perhaps because I can't remember what I wrote for any of them!

    definately, the stress and impatience just mounts and mounts.
    I think as a nice (or maybe not) suprise they should give us our results early to put us out of r misery!
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    char[/s].]yeah, but its as though in numbers results day isnt that far away but it just feels like its aaaages away
    Yeah perhaps it went quickly because I'd hardly thought about it until now :rolleyes:
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    i cant keep up!!!

    off for a showerrrrr
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    (Original post by .[s)
    char[/s].]yeah, but its as though in numbers results day isnt that far away but it just feels like its aaaages away
    I know what you mean. But the more I think about it, I'm starting to think: "It's more than 2 weeks!!! Thats AGES!!!!"

    And considering that it's only been 6 and a half since my last exam, it probably is.

    (At the same time, I'm thinking "OMG 2 weeks :|" because it's really too soon :o: )
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    (Original post by vicki_)
    Yeah perhaps it went quickly because I'd hardly thought about it until now :rolleyes:
    lol same.
    jan results were the best coz i was distracted by work nd driving lessons, so when results day came i didn't actually realise it was results day but now i have neither to distract me
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    (Original post by JustRach)
    I know what you mean. But the more I think about it, I'm starting to think: "It's more than 2 weeks!!! Thats AGES!!!!"

    And considering that it's only been 6 and a half since my last exam, it probably is.

    (At the same time, I'm thinking "OMG 2 weeks :|" because it's really too soon :o: )
    it doesn't help when ucas send u stuff either coz ur like omg omg omg i might be being accepted/rejected early, n then it turns out 2 be sumfing about clearance - confidence boost much!
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    Had the 3rd dream that I failed and didn't get into uni!

    I need some help.
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    (Original post by .[s)
    char[/s].]it doesn't help when ucas send u stuff either coz ur like omg omg omg i might be being accepted/rejected early, n then it turns out 2 be sumfing about clearance - confidence boost much!

    Haha, I know the feeling. Any post or emails and I'm a nervous wreck. Just in case they've decided (for some reason) that I'm special and therefore have to know early. :p:

    I had a letter from studentfinance yesterday and trembled when I saw my name, only to find a boring list of how much money I'll be oweing in the near future. :rolleyes:
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    Thats it keep it up guys, the thread has never developed as fast so far I think
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Had the 3rd dream that I failed and didn't get into uni!

    I need some help.
    It seems like everyone's having these!!! Was it a normal fail dream or a weird one?

    I had an odd one that I'd got into my uni but with a grade short, so they made me live in a cutlery drawer. My dad advised me to stay away from red wine when I told him. :p:
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    (Original post by JustRach)
    Haha, I know the feeling. Any post or emails and I'm a nervous wreck. Just in case they've decided (for some reason) that I'm special and therefore have to know early. :p:

    I had a letter from studentfinance yesterday and trembled when I saw my name, only to find a boring list of how much money I'll be oweing in the near future. :rolleyes:
    I was quite happy when I got my letter for student finance. This was because it states the money that will be paid to the uni im hoping to go to. The letter is wrote in the way that suggests I'm already into uni lol. Also its just another thing out of the way.
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    Everyone seems to be having results dreams however I have not had one of these despite spending all my time worrying about results. They sound exciting and fun, is there any way to induce such dreams?
 
 
 

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