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    Madjackismad - what year are u in at school? Just noticed ur at Dalziel , me too!!
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    I had a dream last night that I completely failed.....this wasn't the first time either
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    I predict a record for most people online at TSR at any one point.
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    Thanks a lot
    I can't wait though because it's holding everything up like uni shopping. I have no idea what to buy and I've had series of bad dreams about flunking. I don't get enough sleep as it is so I reckon it's only gonna get worse.
    Goodluck everyone
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    Just what I wanted to be reminded of.
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    The only thing worse then results, is your parents reactions when you tell them.

    Happy thoughts :awesome:
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    I've got the countdown on my MSN personal message . I've been told by many friends to take it down, but I shall never!! :P
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    Suicide in 20 days.
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    (Original post by kaytee.)
    I had a dream last night that I completely failed.....this wasn't the first time either
    So I'm not the only one who can't rely on sleep to escape thinking about results! I think about it all day, and then I dream about it a lot.

    I've just got off a website where I wanted to get my weekend bag from (sad, I know...) and they've completely sold out. NOT a good omen...
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    I'm not nearly as nervous as i was with GCSEs for some reason.
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    I'm sick and tired of worrying about the results day-in day-out, it's completely ruining my summer. Just wish the results would hurry the **** up.
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    Bring it on.
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    I've decided to take my results to the top of the Long Mynd (some hills) and open them at the highest point, then go for a run to either get ride of my angre or to express my joy.

    And if we're talking about music to listen to I'd say a LOT of Bob Marley and Bruce Spingsteen, a sprinkling of Paul Simon and a touch of Eric Clapton.
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    (Original post by mathemagician123)
    I'm sick and tired of worrying about the results day-in day-out, it's completely ruining my summer. Just wish the results would hurry the **** up.
    exactly. but to be honest im expecting all Us so i wont get dissapointed on the results day.
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    20 whole days!!

    damn! I want my results now!! :mad2:
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    (Original post by Tallon)
    I'm not nearly as nervous as i was with GCSEs for some reason.

    You can retake the exams you've taken, its when uni offers are at stake it gets rather nerveracking. (Apologies if you aren't waiting for AS results).
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    I cant wait even though Ive been told what Ive got already, just want results day to come so everything else can get sorted.
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    (Original post by WFP Sausage)
    I cant wait even though Ive been told what Ive got already, just want results day to come so everything else can get sorted.

    i'll ask before anyone else does: orly? and how's that then:woo:
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    (Original post by Simplicity)
    Yeah, but then its not as dramatic as 20 days.

    When you get your STEP results. As, I guess thats the only thing you have to worry aboutl.

    P.S. I really shouldn't worry because my offer doesn't depend on STEP. But, who said worrying is rational.
    I never knew you did STEP... good luck with that! The STEP part of my offer only applies to the "with Mathematics" part... if I get less than 11, I still get into Cambridge, but I have to do Psychology instead of Maths alongside CompSci. I'm much more worried about my A-level results (particularly Psychology). I think I did well in AEA Psychology though, so hopefully if I slipped a grade in Psychology but do well in AEA, they'll overlook it. Who knows :p:

    Shizzle, I mean, \left \lfloor \left(2 + \dfrac{6}{7} \right) \mbox{ weeks} \right \rfloor = 2\mbox{ weeks}!:eek3:
 
 
 

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