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    I need AAA in maths, physics and chemistry...
    I'm bricking it! I'm probably going to throw up if I don't get the grades..
    My insurance is AAB but still nervous...
    Anyone got any plans in place If they don't make their offers?
    Mine = Begging
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    ******** yourself is hardly going to help, you failed those exams months ago - worrying now won't change the result. :smile:
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    My offer is AAAB and I have no insurance.
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    (Original post by LH123)
    ******** yourself is hardly going to help, you failed those exams months ago - worrying now won't change the result. :smile:
    Ignorance is bliss, hence the self-brickage.

    There's nothing special about AAA people though. It's more a case of "I need to meet a conditional offer which isn't ridiculously low and I'm bricking it" :p:
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Ignorance is bliss, hence the self-brickage.

    There's nothing special about AAA people though. It's more a case of "I need to meet a conditional offer which isn't ridiculously low and I'm bricking it" :p:
    Surely if ignorance is bliss, then you wouldn't be bricking it? :eyebrow:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    ******** yourself is hardly going to help, you failed those exams months ago - worrying now won't change the result. :smile:
    ooohhh thats not i nice thought...
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Ignorance is bliss, hence the self-brickage.

    There's nothing special about AAA people though. It's more a case of "I need to meet a conditional offer which isn't ridiculously low and I'm bricking it" :p:
    yeah - that's true.
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    (Original post by LH123)
    Surely if ignorance is bliss, then you wouldn't be bricking it? :eyebrow:
    It's the impending doom of the future lack of ignorance and the subsequent outcome that cause the self-brickage
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    No insurance here either, my plan's to take up an intensive A-level at a nearby college. I'm warming to the idea. I imagine I can still easily persuade my firm to let me in, as they're not particularly strict I don't think, but I think I'd still do the year.
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    do your best and you cant do anymore , but working yourself up into a nervous wreck will hardly help - jus go in confidently and do your best - if you've got an offer of AAA they obviously think you can do it !
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    I need AAA to have a decent chance at (re)applying successfully for the course I would love to do!
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    i was going to offer my triple A batteries, then realised its another thread about exam results :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    ******** yourself is hardly going to help, you failed those exams months ago - worrying now won't change the result.


    I'm starting to get pretty nervous now :sad:
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    It's the impending doom of the future lack of ignorance and the subsequent outcome that cause the self-brickage
    What does that have to do with the saying, "Ignorance is bliss"?
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    I'm in L6 and I'm bricking it! Need good grades to get offers
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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)


    I'm starting to get pretty nervous now :sad:
    Not you Aman, of all people. :sad:

    Man up. :hmmm:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    ******** yourself is hardly going to help, you failed those exams months ago - worrying now won't change the result. :smile:
    lol although it is true that worrying now won't change anything but stil harsh perhaps?

    Back to the OP, all those with offers are "bricking" it. Well a majority are so those with AAA offers aren't really going to experience different types of anxiety compared to those with AAB or other offers as they still need to meet their offers.

    I'll admit that being on TSR doesn't really help with the constant threads being made about results day, including this one and the ugly annoying pink button but try and take your mind off it because worrying now will not help you in anyway.
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    (Original post by LH123)
    ******** yourself is hardly going to help, you failed those exams months ago - worrying now won't change the result. :smile:
    You're nice
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    (Original post by sleekchic)
    lol although it is true that worrying now won't change anything but stil harsh perhaps?

    Back to the OP, all those with offers are "bricking" it. Well a majority are so those with AAA offers aren't really going to experience different types of anxiety compared to those with AAB or other offers as they still need to meet their offers.

    I'll admit that being on TSR doesn't really help with the constant threads being made about results day, including this one and the ugly annoying pink button but try and take your mind off it because worrying now will not help you in anyway.
    Well if me saying that in any way changes the results of the exams he sat before I even knew of his existence, then please God, smite me down now.

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    You're nice
    I try my best. :top2:
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    I need AAA too

    Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease God!! I reaaaly want Oxford!!!!
 
 
 
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