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monkeywalker

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« on: March 09, 2006, 03:37:36 PM »
i got my results from my a-level january exams today, ive just got back from college.........not good.

I knew i would do badly in law because i didn't answer a question from section A, meaning the most i could get was 50% which is an E, i got 41%, which is still an E..... oh dear.

i dont make excuses but this time i do sorta have one.  i was off for three weeks with this really bad stomach ache, then one night when i got up and collapsed my mum thought maybe i should go to hospital, it was appendicitis and then i had another 4 weeks off coz i was full of poison that my appendix kindly leaked into my blood stream.

anyway long story short or not so short, my teacher didnt send me any work home and i missed tons and got an E.

my other results were a C in my course work and an A in my other exam.

its all fun and games gentlemen!
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« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2006, 03:45:23 PM »
I get results for the first business AS module thing next week.. I dont think I've done too well. But nevermind eh, I think I have a place at college next year, so I can start A levels over, choosing better subjects this time.. I'll just have no friends at college to start with which is a bit shitee, and I'll be a year older than everyone  :P

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« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2006, 04:02:41 PM »
unless you totally fail everything which i'm sure you havn't you should def have a place next year,

i had to drop music tech in the start of this year (2nd year) coz of being bloody ill, all the work was done on logic pro and sibelious and i couldn't catch up at home, college had just had this new music suite built with a recording studio as well.

however despite what the music teacher said they got some hairy arsed builder from roland and bardsley to do the studio and they put a single pane of normal glass between the mixing room and the live room, it rattled like a bitch, he ended up in a massive argument with them and they agreed to sort it.........6 months a 9 attempts later, they still hav'nt done it properly but the college refuses to pay someone to do it properly because they are tight.
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« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2006, 06:08:07 PM »
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unless you totally fail everything which i'm sure you havn't you should def have a place next year,

i had to drop music tech in the start of this year (2nd year) coz of being bloody ill, all the work was done on logic pro and sibelious and i couldn't catch up at home, college had just had this new music suite built with a recording studio as well.

however despite what the music teacher said they got some hairy arsed builder from roland and bardsley to do the studio and they put a single pane of normal glass between the mixing room and the live room, it rattled like a bitch, he ended up in a massive argument with them and they agreed to sort it.........6 months a 9 attempts later, they still hav'nt done it properly but the college refuses to pay someone to do it properly because they are tight.


Nope I'm not going back to next year of 6th form I allready decided, its not about my grades, I just simply hate it.

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« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2006, 06:48:36 PM »
Is there a chance that you could re take them- given your unfortunate health problems ( hope you are ok now btw). I know it was a long time ago but at my school, one of my best friends became seriously ill and was lucky to survive- he came back to school in my 2nd 6th Form year and stayed on further and took the exams thereafter. Just a thought.
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« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2006, 08:36:21 PM »
yea i can retake them but to be honest i don't really need/want to as i did well in my AS year and i know i'll do better in the last two modules this year.

i'm not goin to uni and i'm after a C, it was a B originally however i've developed a massive disliking for law. however, philosophy which is significantly harder is really good this year bar the course work of course and i want an A in that. i love it.
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« Reply #6 on: March 10, 2006, 04:32:46 PM »
I'm pissed off with mine - after loads of revision I know C2 maths like the back of my hand. Came out of the test, I reckoned I'd got at least 80%. Turns out I got 66, which is a C and worse than my original mark.

On the plus side, I was expecting an E in business studies as we'd had no proper teacher in months and I didn't know any of the course. I ended up getting 62 on unit 5 (1 mark off a B) and 67 on unit 4 (that's a B). Since I got loads of points above an A on the AS units, all I need to do is scr@pe an A on unit 6 and I'm guaranteed an A. Which is good as I'm getting my proper teacher back for unit 6, and she's a kick-ass teacher.

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« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2006, 04:57:10 PM »
I got a C in my first module of business  :o Got the results today. I was quite impressed, seeing as I'd done no revision, and some of my mates who had revised got E's  :lol:

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« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2006, 05:31:38 PM »
i didnt do any january modules - im glad :lol:
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« Reply #9 on: March 11, 2006, 02:48:02 PM »
Wow didnt know there were so many youngsters in here ;)

I hate January exams, way too soon I reckon, thought I'd done shitee but I managed to pull a b in the ones I took. My lucky day !!