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    (Original post by MO-M-G)
    I was feeling okay because we were all going to be in the same boat.
    And then one of my friends gets a 9-5 job that she loves, and they dont care about her results.
    Another friend is doing a nursing course next year, they dont care for her results.

    Its basically me and one other who actually need good results, if i dont get into uni i'll feel so bad about myself, and there'll be too many people wanting to feel apathy for me.
    Ugh.
    Chinese?

    Chungking Express is a really good film. Are you from HK?
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    I'm absolutley terrified but can't wait for results day. I can't stand not knowing what i'll be doing next year.
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    Don't ya worry y'all.

    I remember crapping myself over my GCSE Maths, genuinely thinking I'd get a D. Turns out I actually scored 100%. :woo:

    My English A-Level score could quite possibly be 100%. Or frankly 0%. Please examiner. Believe me when I argue Shakespeare is a ****-hole. :sigh:
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    I know I'm not going to fail my overall grades but I'm 100% sure I havent gotten my predicted grades and 98% sure that my firm choice will reject me because of this.
    I'm gonna ask my insurance to release me tomorrow so yeah it's all or nothing (a year all by myself studying and reapplying)

    why would you ask insurance to release you ? changed mind ?
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    Yep. But it could be all the fibre I've been having.
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    (Original post by Colonel Brusnahan)
    Yep. But it could be all the fibre I've been having.
    :p:
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    (Original post by ADREAM)
    Don't ya worry y'all.

    I remember crapping myself over my GCSE Maths, genuinely thinking I'd get a D. Turns out I actually scored 100%. :woo:
    Why did you think you got a D?

    I would only assume that I would get such a bad result if I knew I made a mistake and put downt the wrong answer....multiple times.
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    (Original post by JiangYu)
    Chinese?

    Chungking Express is a really good film. Are you from HK?
    Unfortunately not.
    I'm just a brit kid who watched it in film studies and fell in love with it.
    I would love to go to Hong Kong though, i've never watched a film so vibrant - it blew me away completely.
    If Hong Kong is anything like how its portrayed in the film than its where i want to be
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    (Original post by ShortRef)
    Why did you think you got a D?

    I would only assume that I would get such a bad result if I knew I made a mistake and put downt the wrong answer....multiple times.
    'twas never certain of anything I wrote down, I guess.

    Still never sure of anything.

    :sad:
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    (Original post by ADREAM)
    'twas never certain of anything I wrote down, I guess.

    Still never sure of anything.

    :sad:
    well no matter how hard I try in a maths exam, I cant except 99%
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    My backup plan is to join the British Armed Forces.
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    (Original post by *MJ*)
    :five: & Rep for you tomorrow.

    And I also agree with the second point.
    Why thank you m'dear. Remind me to rep you when mine is actually worth something, if that sig isn't deserving of my first rep then I doubt anything is.
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    (Original post by james_dow)
    why would you ask insurance to release you ? changed mind ?
    Even if I dont get the grades for my insurance, I think I might still have a good shot at being accepted since the course is in Extra.
    It would be nice to have a backup uni but I've asked myself , do I want to study there for three years? And the answer is no.
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    Even if I dont get the grades for my insurance, I think I might still have a good shot at being accepted since the course is in Extra.
    It would be nice to have a backup uni but I've asked myself , do I want to study there for three years? And the answer is no.
    What's the insurance uni? And what course?
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    (Original post by ADREAM)
    What's the insurance uni? And what course?
    Uni of Liverpool, BA Business Economics
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    Uni of Liverpool, BA Business Economics
    :yy:

    Sounds great, good luck mate.
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    (Original post by ADREAM)
    :yy:

    Sounds great, good luck mate.
    Thanks. It is a good course but just not as good as Manchester's for my own critieria. Plus going to Liverpool by train (Im staying at home for uni) will be more expensive than going Manchester.
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    You're posting on TSR, what do you think the answer will be? :p:

    but yea i'm bricking it, anything can happen literally. What pisses me off though are people who are saying oh i think i've failed blah blah blah - no you haven't when there are people who really have walked out of those exam halls in tears who have failed -.-
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    No. Not at all.



    At all.
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    (Original post by **** Valentine)
    No. Not at all.



    At all.
    Smug ****.
 
 
 
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