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    (Original post by km31)
    I'm torn as to whether to check track or not!!! Do you think it'll be better to find out you've not got in and burst into tears at home on your own, or at school with everyone else (friends + otherwise) around you, probably celebrating their achievements??
    I'm gonna check track before, just so that i'm prepared -I'd hate to open my results to find out I'm not gonna get in2 uni surrounded by loads of people.
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    (Original post by miz_perfecto)
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    :sigh: so close
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    im going on track before i leave the school, at least if i get into my firm choice i could go to school with a smile on my face
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    (Original post by Charlie1992)
    ONLY 15 days to go.....not that long...just get on with summer and before you know it it will be results day.... some ppl are absolutely scared..cant go sleep...its not that bad. :confused:
    It is that bad!!!!! I can't stop thinking about it and I'm being deprived of sleep because of it. How can you say it's not that bad?
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    i'd prefer to know if i'm in or not. that way if I know I'm not in when i get to school I can just lie and say I haven't check track yet...
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    (Original post by .[s)
    char[/s].]i'd prefer to know if i'm in or not. that way if I know I'm not in when i get to school I can just lie and say I haven't check track yet...
    i lol'd
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    Am I the only person who is now questioning whether to check track? I'd pretty much decided to do so, but now I'm starting to change my mind...

    What do I do????? :confused:
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    when it is 14 days to go, i really will start panicking but next thursday will be the most scary cz it will only be a week to '' D- day''
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
    *yawns* who's sleeping patterns have drastically changed during the summer holidays? Mine have, I can't function without random naps
    I find myself in that same situation, I'll probably take a nap in an hour!!!
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    (Original post by .[s)
    char[/s].]i'd prefer to know if i'm in or not. that way if I know I'm not in when i get to school I can just lie and say I haven't check track yet...
    haha brilliant, i suppose it is safer to check... if i'd seen that i'd just missed the grades i'd then be rushing to check track to see if they let me in anyway or not
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    Am I the only person who is now questioning whether to check track?
    Na I'm the same, part of me is thinking to not check track before, I'm only gunna have one uni A level results day so I might as well do it proper, keep it exciting.
    Tho I may change my mind...
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    (Original post by km31)
    I'm torn as to whether to check track or not!!! Do you think it'll be better to find out you've not got in and burst into tears at home on your own, or at school with everyone else (friends + otherwise) around you, probably celebrating their achievements??
    I feel the same! If I have got in, results will be a massive anti-climax, but if I haven't and find out at school, there's the risk of a very public breakdown...decisions...
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
    I've been having naps during the day for 3 years so I can't go back to having long sleep, utterly sucks, but will benefit me the day before results All-nighter baby!loool
    You and me both, I've been taking naps since I was about 14, I'd come back after a long and hard days of school/college work (haha not really) and then go to sleep straight after. I think I suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, but I don't think I'd be able to get by without my naps, ahhh the joys of having a nap lol.
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
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    Lol
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    Maybe I should take a break from this thread!









    NOT!! :p:
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    (Original post by Zay18)
    You and me both, I've been taking naps since I was about 14, I'd come back after a long and hard days of school/college work (haha not really) and then go to sleep straight after. I think I suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, but I don't think I'd be able to get by without my naps, ahhh the joys of having a nap lol.
    Looking at the time I should be having one soon but I am having to much fun posting :p:
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    Come on, keep up the morale!!! We only have 5 pages to go until we reach the 100 mark. We shall be triumphant in surpassing the Scottish thread!!!! Keep the hope alive!

    Sorry for my excessive use of exclamation marks, I couldn't help myself.
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    Ok guys. Atleast 100 more posts tonight, or we won't make it! :sad:
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