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    (Original post by lilac!!)
    Im scared..
    Me toooooooooo!

    Hows your day been?????
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    I know, I'm going to go on Track to find out...and my parents won't know about it, they just assume I'll find out when I get results. :p::p:
    Told my parents about UCAS Track because I know that no matter what I get, they'll be supportive, I guess I am lucky Some parents have high expectations

    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    I'm going to be up and on this thread the night before. :woo::woo: ******************************** * it!:eek3::woo::woo:

    I watched that film ! **** sandwich!
    Same, going to be doing that all nighter (kinda, sleeping from 9pm til 2am)


    LOL yayy you watched the movie, when I saw that scene, I thought I was going to hurl :puke:

    Yet I couldnt stop laughing!
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    nah I'll probably get negged for slowing down people's computers, also it would slow down my puny netbook and given that I am addicted to this thread, my Intel Atom processor would melt.
    Woahhhhh, your sig makes it sound sooooooooo close!
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Oh my daiz! Paint ballin! Only MIZ PERFECTO! hahahah:woo::woo:
    Take care! Anything but you know ...................

    i got battered can still feel the pain loool had fun so who won the 6000th post i aint even gonna try and read the last pages
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    Anywho, time for my nap, hope this thread hits 350 pages while I'm gone :rolleyes:


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    I'm terrified!! Is it next thursday yet?! Am I the only person who will be going online to UCAS before I get my results?

    ahhh :woo:
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    I feel sorry for everyone who's AS and has to wait. Our school's 9.30 for everyone, Seems crazy unfair! we just have to wait a few days to talk to Careers if we need to.
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    (Original post by michaelyus)
    It's Cambridge Christ's (it's Oxford has Christ Church). I agree; unconditionals are pretty much unknown for us pre-qualification students.
    ah right :p: confusing, Trinity Hall/ Trinity College gets me as well...
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    (Original post by CrazyChris)
    No problem.
    Ah; they have a lot of processing that needs to be done; you never know but it could be next on the pile on one of the data-inputters' desks.

    When did you send it off?
    Only a couple of weeks ago. I sent my application off in June and then they sent back asking for a new passport, so I had to wait for that to come (over a month) and then I sent it off. Hope they haven't lost my application. Although on the online form it says my status is "Assessed".
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
    Told my parents about UCAS Track because I know that no matter what I get, they'll be supportive, I guess I am lucky Some parents have high expectations
    It's not really my parents who have high expectations, I think it's just me...the thing is my mum has been so happy and proud for me for getting my offers even telling e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e at work...(I told her not to cuz I haven't got in YET :rolleyes: ) she will probably be a upset and disappointed when I have to tell her how badly I've done and how I've even missed my insurance offer.
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    Ooh, just checked and my school opens at 9.30, thank God, I thought it was eleven! I haven't been this stressed-out since the Cambridge offer letters went out, and even then I sort of expected not to get in, so it came as a pleasant surprise.
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Woahhhhh, your sig makes it sound sooooooooo close!
    I know but there is a bit of font illusion going on (notice that today and Thu 20th is in bold and size 6 and that all the other days are just size 1). :p:
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    (Original post by Shaun056)
    I'm terrified!! Is it next thursday yet?! Am I the only person who will be going online to UCAS before I get my results?

    ahhh :woo:
    nope,I'll be doing this too :yes:
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    It's not really my parents who have high expectations, I think it's just me...the thing is my mum has been so happy and proud for me for getting my offers even telling e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e at work...(I told her not to cuz I haven't got in YET :rolleyes: ) she will probably be a upset and disappointed when I have to tell her how badly I've done and how I've even missed my insurance offer.
    What happened to positive thoughts?!
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    I havent got uni to worry about or anything but i go on holiday on results day so am having them posted to my house. I am not nervous now but i will be. Oh boy.
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    I find it so hard explaining the offer thing to people, they just don't get it :rolleyes:

    They ask which uni I'm going to. I say I have an offer for my firm but have to wait until I get my results to see If I can go, it's always met by "Why do you have to wait until you get your results if you already have an offer?" :lol:
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    I know but there is a bit of font illusion going on (notice that today and Thu 20th is in bold and size 6 and that all the other days are just size 1). :p:
    Magic...! xD
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    (Original post by Joy Division)
    It's not really my parents who have high expectations, I think it's just me...the thing is my mum has been so happy and proud for me for getting my offers even telling e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e at work...(I told her not to cuz I haven't got in YET :rolleyes: ) she will probably be a upset and disappointed when I have to tell her how badly I've done and how I've even missed my insurance offer.
    It's not me who has high expectations it's my parents and teachers
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
    Anywho, time for my nap, hope this thread hits 350 pages while I'm gone


    xxxx
    I'll make sure of it Spam Queen. :lockstock:

    Edit: just realised how ironic this post is.............................. ................................ ....:sigh:
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    (Original post by Gallifrey)
    I find it so hard explaining the offer thing to people, they just don't get it :rolleyes:

    They ask which uni I'm going to. I say I have an offer for my firm but have to wait until I get my results to see If I can go, it's always met by "Why do you have to wait until you get your results if you already have an offer?" :lol:

    I know! my friend recently came over from germany and I had to explain to her the whole firm/insurance thing, and offers and UCAS and results.... she was v confused!
 
 
 
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