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    namedeprived
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    Me, I take AH Maths!
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    APE! You wasted your one chance of a poll...on THIS! NOOOOOO
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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    Hey, if you need any help with History just PM me , I did it last year.
    Thanks, I'll bear that in mind! :yep:
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    Irvine Welsh. Is that the author of Trainspotting?
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    (Original post by xo-Heva)
    Irvine Welsh. Is that the author of Trainspotting?
    :yep:
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    (Original post by xo-Heva)
    Irvine Welsh. Is that the author of Trainspotting?
    Yup, the author of that overrated book :p:.
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    I met Kevin Warwick. Anyone know who he is? :p:
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    Cyborg guy?
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    I haven't met anyone famous
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    I met Norman Drummond last night, if that counts for anything. He shook my hand and told me I should consider studying French at university.
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    It updates regularly with other details. NABs, for example?
    Oh I see, but I haven't done any NABs yet. I'm guessing they update everybodys profiles at the same time
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    Damn it, I fell alseep :mad:

    damn it :mad: Now I have to write my essay half asleep lol.

    If I struggle with these subs, won't I like crash and burn at uni? I hate higher. Even the name makes me wanna throw something...
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    (Original post by bex285)
    I did consider it but I'm not that good at English so don't think I'd be capable if I'm being realistic.
    Plus, I think I'd have too much on my plate doing that as well as other subjects, peer support (5 periods a week), work (3 nights a week), etc, etc.
    I wish I'd left
    Yeah I guess it's better to get teacher input when doing a difficult subject. Someone at my school self-taught about one months work from the AH Maths course but decided it was best to get taught by a teacher.

    Oh I'm doing peer mentoring soon but only for 2 periods a week. Are you enjoying it so far?
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    (Original post by Yazoo.C)
    Yeah I guess it's better to get teacher input when doing a difficult subject. Someone at my school self-taught about one months work from the AH Maths course but decided it was best to get taught by a teacher.

    Oh I'm doing peer mentoring soon but only for 2 periods a week. Are you enjoying it so far?
    Yeah, I don't think it'd be worth the hassle!

    Well I did it for two periods a week last year, one in French and one in English, and really enjoyed both. I felt like a spare part sometimes, when the classes were doing things they didn't really need help with, but other than that it was really enjoyable. I got to do some one-on-one lessons with a Latvian girl, helping her with English, and that was really rewarding :yep:
    I'm helping in Spanish this year, too, which was a bit annoying the first time; I caught THREE people texting within the space of ten minutes. Bad times :woo:

    What subjects are you helping in?
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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    Cyborg guy?
    Yep! I also went to school with the children of rather more famous people, if that counts. :p:
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    I've also met Brandon Flowers. By 'met' I mean stood 10m away screaming "I LOVE YOU!". :eek3: I didn't actually scream that but something along those lines. :ninja:

    And also met Alec Sammond, but who hasn't? :yep:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Yep! I also went to school with the children of rather more famous people, if that counts. :p:
    My gran was in the same class as Ian Brady
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    I've also met Brandon Flowers. By 'met' I mean stood 10m away screaming "I LOVE YOU!". :eek3: I didn't actually scream that but something along those lines. :ninja:

    And also met Alec Sammond, but who hasn't? :yep:
    I am so jealous of you :eek:
    About Alec Sammond, of course
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    (Original post by bex285)
    My gran was in the same class as Ian Brady
    creepy :ninja:
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    creepy :ninja:
    I thought so too
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    (Original post by bex285)
    I thought so too
    thatis nice :ninja:
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    My Mum taught at least one murderer. :ninja:
 
 
 
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