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    Anybody? I thought it was only fair we got a thread as well.
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    Oh god, I can see where this is going. There are 125 different combinations of pass grades, plus 1 for unconditional/UUU offers, and that's just for 3 A-level offers. Add 2, 4 and 5 A-level offers to the group and that's 3901 threads just for A-levels, before IB/SQA/etc are even considered.

    This week will be a sad week.
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    Have a beer.
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    I need AAB but am not worried at all, but I'll link to this one
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    woo this is the third one of these ive posted in

    i want but dont need AAB and im not worried as i dont NEED it

    lets just make all the threads now ASAP :p:
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    this is me...although id say i was a bit more than slightly worried.
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    I do for my firm choice (Bath Physics). I'm confident of getting an A in Maths and a B in Chemistry. Slightly worried about getting an A in Physics. I'm sure I have got an A or a B for Physics.

    I need ABB for insurance and will be happy either way.
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Oh god, I can see where this is going. There are 125 different combinations of pass grades, plus 1 for unconditional/UUU offers, and that's just for 3 A-level offers. Add 2, 4 and 5 A-level offers to the group and that's 3901 threads just for A-levels, before IB/SQA/etc are even considered.

    This week will be a sad week.
    Have you taken into account the ASers who are unneccesarily ****ing themselves also? And considering one or two further subjects are studied at AS...

    (Btw, I'm not ****ing it. I could care less. Really.)
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    Oh hi guys. I think this thread suits me perfectly.
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Oh god, I can see where this is going. There are 125 different combinations of pass grades, plus 1 for unconditional/UUU offers, and that's just for 3 A-level offers. Add 2, 4 and 5 A-level offers to the group and that's 3901 threads just for A-levels, before IB/SQA/etc are even considered.

    This week will be a sad week.
    theres not 125, as AAB is the same as ABA and BAA
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    As there was an AAA and ABB i figured it was only reasonable that AAB be made. I felt left out lol
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Oh god, I can see where this is going. There are 125 different combinations of pass grades, plus 1 for unconditional/UUU offers, and that's just for 3 A-level offers. Add 2, 4 and 5 A-level offers to the group and that's 3901 threads just for A-levels, before IB/SQA/etc are even considered.

    This week will be a sad week.
    Anyone with a lower offer than ABB can join our 'chillin with ABB' thread, it's all cool bro. :cool:
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    Meeee argh. Need AAB. Fear I'll get AACbc or even worse ABCbc. It's going to be so close with computing, as in a few marks either way, and Geography... don't get me started! =[
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    AAB is my insurance...yes i am worried :p:
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    I didn't care much about results until I double checked my offer on UCAS and it stated, "minimum of 260 points and 2 passes at A." Lol, now I am worried.
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    AABB is my firm and my insurance. :|
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    I need AAB, should be easy, don't need anything higher than a D in my remaining module (actually in two of my subjects I can get Us). Yet I'm still worried (I am just odd I guess)
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Oh god, I can see where this is going. There are 125 different combinations of pass grades, plus 1 for unconditional/UUU offers, and that's just for 3 A-level offers. Add 2, 4 and 5 A-level offers to the group and that's 3901 threads just for A-levels, before IB/SQA/etc are even considered.

    This week will be a sad week.
    The "I need ABB but the A has to be in a specific subject, so I'm chillin' it for the most part but am still a bit apprehensive about that one pesky grade" thread.
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    Yup, I need AAB. I'll join the club.
 
 
 
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