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16 Aug 2007, 4:41 pm

I've got my AS Levels results!! !! !! !! !


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16 Aug 2007, 4:50 pm

And...?
How did you do? Have you looked yet?



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16 Aug 2007, 4:50 pm

What did you get?



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16 Aug 2007, 4:51 pm

It seems it is gonna be one of those triple and double, and hell, even quadruple posting nights :lol:



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18 Aug 2007, 2:39 pm

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Biology 90.3% (A)
Chemistry 96% (A)
Physics 93% (A)
Maths 97% (A)

Within Cambridge entry bounds! Yay!


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18 Aug 2007, 2:44 pm

Sadly, I only got a D in Biology, and a U in Computing. Still, I have two new subjects, and another chance. Not to mention Bio A2 levels. I should have got a B in Bio, but coursework must have let me down as always. I wasn't going to continue Computing.
I'm going to put in effort this time round, and damn well hope that it pays off. I didn't try very hard at all in my first year.


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18 Aug 2007, 2:58 pm

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I didn't try very hard at all in my first year.


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18 Aug 2007, 3:14 pm

Well done, those are great marks.



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18 Aug 2007, 3:27 pm

SteelMaiden wrote:
Anubis wrote:
I didn't try very hard at all in my first year.


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Complacency and laziness. It won't happen again when I start Business Studies and History this time round.


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18 Aug 2007, 3:42 pm

Anubis wrote:
SteelMaiden wrote:
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I didn't try very hard at all in my first year.


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Complacency and laziness. It won't happen again when I start Business Studies and History this time round.


Best of luck!


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18 Aug 2007, 5:09 pm

SteelMaiden wrote:
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Biology 90.3% (A)
Chemistry 96% (A)
Physics 93% (A)
Maths 97% (A)

Within Cambridge entry bounds! Yay!

What do you want to do there, and what is your backup?



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18 Aug 2007, 5:11 pm

Anubis wrote:
Sadly, I only got a D in Biology, and a U in Computing. Still, I have two new subjects, and another chance. Not to mention Bio A2 levels. I should have got a B in Bio, but coursework must have let me down as always. I wasn't going to continue Computing.
I'm going to put in effort this time round, and damn well hope that it pays off. I didn't try very hard at all in my first year.

That seems very evident, having said that I would expect an aspie to do a lot better than that with no real work. I hope you do better next year.



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19 Aug 2007, 9:25 am

SteelMaiden wrote:
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Biology 90.3% (A)
Chemistry 96% (A)
Physics 93% (A)
Maths 97% (A)

Within Cambridge entry bounds! Yay!


Well I'll be darned. :D Biology's a little low though. :P lol kidding. :D
Congrats brilliant results.


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19 Aug 2007, 9:31 am

Great results!



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25 Aug 2007, 2:55 pm

Thanks all!

I'm planning to Natural Sciences in Cambridge, or biomedical sciences in any of my other university choices.


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25 Aug 2007, 3:23 pm

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Thanks all!

I'm planning to Natural Sciences in Cambridge, or biomedical sciences in any of my other university choices.

Have you looked at Durham for Natural Sciences? Getting into Cambridge is a matter of luck, the whole process is a lottery.