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    I'm most worried about history...there was a coursework module involved and so you can never tell how well or for that matter, how bad, you've done? Thank God LSE made me an AAB offer though. Usually all of their offers for law are AAA. Good Luck everyone!
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    Who's ready for results then?
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    (Original post by Maccountant)
    Who's ready for results then?
    Not me! I'm sure I've failed. Ecomonics was a joke, a monkey with ADHD could have done my history paper better and my politics exams were both stale and about as well written as a Dan Brown novel.

    Don't get me started on OCR history coursework...

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    I know...the OCR History Cwk was horribe. I opted to do myne on the various interpretations on the Holocaust and im sure i could have done much better. In addition, on at least two occasions i have failed to reference a quotation by another author and im terrified that i could get done for plagiarism!
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    (Original post by krsna108)
    I know...the OCR History Cwk was horribe. I opted to do myne on the various interpretations on the Holocaust and im sure i could have done much better. In addition, on at least two occasions i have failed to reference a quotation by another author and im terrified that i could get done for plagiarism!
    Heh, mine was on Napoleon as a military commander. I cited about a dozen historians but I've just re-read the course spec. and realised that I've not done any of it as it suggests. My history teacher has told me that it's a "solid" piece of work though, as our College have had such bad experiences with OCR, he has refused to provisionally grade any of our class's work.
 
 
 
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