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    I keep thinking, "I know I've failed history" -- then concentrating on that failure, makes me feel like I've been complacent in thinking I did OK in the others so the next thought is, "OH GOD, I'VE FAILED THEM ALL!" (You know, forgetting that I've already sat the exams, and it's too late now.)

    Does anybody have family members who try and be all helpful by saying: "Well, there's nothing you can do now, only sit there and wait!" Is that meant to make me feel better? (!!!)

    Hoping my history teacher who said he'd kill me if I didn't get an A was joking, or else I shan't be around anymore post-20th. :P
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    why does everyone say they will check Track I thought it was clear that they won't be updating it in the morning.
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    I doubt their are 6 million taking a-levels?!
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    (Original post by Addict88)
    why does everyone say they will check Track I thought it was clear that they won't be updating it in the morning.
    When they froze track for the Scottish applicants, they said that they would update mid-morning..which is around 6am :\
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    (Original post by Addict88)
    why does everyone say they will check Track I thought it was clear that they won't be updating it in the morning.
    UCAS have said themselves that they will update track around mid morning, every year it updates around 7
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    (Original post by Addict88)
    I doubt their are 6 million taking a-levels?!
    There are 61 million people in the UK.
    BTW I'm not including international students as well, so that would only raise the figures
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    (Original post by Ambielina)
    I keep thinking, "I know I've failed history" -- then concentrating on that failure, makes me feel like I've been complacent in thinking I did OK in the others so the next thought is, "OH GOD, I'VE FAILED THEM ALL!" (You know, forgetting that I've already sat the exams, and it's too late now.)

    Does anybody have family members who try and be all helpful by saying: "Well, there's nothing you can do now, only sit there and wait!" Is that meant to make me feel better? (!!!)

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    Ha I completely agree. I forget about the other four I sat and have just focused on war literature for english for the past two months and the flop it was.

    Forgot I waffled for Hamlet and Shelley for a whole book and asked for more paper.
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    I had a horrible dream last night where I passed my History exam with an A, and failed my other two subjects with absoloutely no marks. Big fat 0's staring me in the face.
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    Bleeeeeeeeh.

    Spending too much time reading through this thread. :sigh:
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    ........late night showers ftw. :w00t:
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    I just got the 'make friends before you go' email.
    Its like they're taunting me. :sad:




    I'm reading into this way too much.
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    ........late night showers ftw. :w00t:
    Late night meals FTW!!
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
    Late night meals FTW!!
    Late night omelettes FTW!!!:woo:
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    13 DAYS TO GO
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    (Original post by wootwootwoot)
    Late night omelettes FTW!!!:woo:
    Late night pizza yummmm!!!! :p:
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    (Original post by Ambielina)
    I keep thinking, "I know I've failed history" -- then concentrating on that failure, makes me feel like I've been complacent in thinking I did OK in the others so the next thought is, "OH GOD, I'VE FAILED THEM ALL!" (You know, forgetting that I've already sat the exams, and it's too late now.)

    Does anybody have family members who try and be all helpful by saying: "Well, there's nothing you can do now, only sit there and wait!" Is that meant to make me feel better? (!!!)

    Hoping my history teacher who said he'd kill me if I didn't get an A was joking, or else I shan't be around anymore post-20th. :P
    Yeh my siblings say that all the time to me and it makes me feel worse!

    Ahhhh 13 days left:eek3: :eek3: :eek3:
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    Yayyyy!!! I'm the 3000th post :clap2:
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    Yayyyy!!! I'm the 3000th post :clap2:
    #3001.

    EDIT: Just looked at the previous page. Congratulations
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    (Original post by mazzles)
    #3001.

    EDIT: Just looked at the previous page. Congratulations
    Thanks!

    Where is everyone? What happened to beating the Scotts? Is it me or has this week come to an end rather rapidly?
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    3001 hehe
 
 
 
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