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    (Original post by ArchedEdge)
    Yeah we've got it, we can just access them online on the morning of the day, which is bad in some ways and good in others. :yep:
    How comes some people are saying it's a week before? So that's just like GCSE. Straaange. Unless they mean get the results from the exams officer (or whoever) like we did in january when the teachers had the results?
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    OMG Maths module mark. Going. To. Fail.

    Is it really bad that my attitude in May was 'Oh well, at least there's re-sits?'



    ETA: plus, it's my birthday. So I'm either gonna have a great one, or a suckish one.
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    whats done is done...
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    54 bloomin' days.
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    I want to know now, please.
    So I know where I'm bloody well going!!!!
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    sorry...8 weeks left
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    (Original post by lilangel890)
    How comes some people are saying it's a week before? So that's just like GCSE. Straaange. Unless they mean get the results from the exams officer (or whoever) like we did in january when the teachers had the results?
    Uh, no, should only be on the day that they're officially released.

    So GCSE students get theirs on the day, and AS/A level students get theirs the week before.
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    I'm getting a little nervous now. It would be so humiliating if I didn't get A* after living with my german mum for fourteen years.
    9_9
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    Results usually come out, for A Levels on the third Thursday in August. O Levels come out the week after.
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    :sad:
    my AS grades determine my uni choices
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    49 days to go...scary!
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    It's 51 days isn't it ?
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    (Original post by Alexandra1234567)
    It's 51 days isn't it ?
    Ooo...Yep you're right
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    Yeh you're right it is 51 , i don't know where he got 49 from
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    The little pink female symbol means she's a girl .
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    (Original post by Alexandra1234567)
    The little pink female symbol means she's a girl .
    Indeed. Be careful young man. :mad:
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    ahhhhhh
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    If you are 20 UCAS pts out of your firm , do you think they will accept you if you plead down the phone?
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    (Original post by xtina120891)
    If you are 20 UCAS pts out of your firm , do you think they will accept you if you plead down the phone?
    Depends on the course and the university;

    Law/English/Medicine/History at a 'top 20' university = not likely as they'll be very oversubscribed as it is.

    If the course is a bit obscure you may be in luck .
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    (Original post by Alexandra1234567)
    Depends on the course and the university;

    Law/English/Medicine/History at a 'top 20' university = not likely as they'll be very oversubscribed as it is.

    If the course is a bit obscure you may be in luck .

    keele: marketing w/ media communications n culture

    twas available in ucas extra but i applied n was accepted conditionally ...so does that mean it was initially undersubscribed?
 
 
 
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