BradWray
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Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 2:46 am

I my-self am taking my final school exams this year (GCSE's and GNVQ's) and a lot of pressure is on and I know that any support is a big support so I just want to say good luck to all of you who are sitting your exams in school!

MY TIMETABLE
English Literiture-23/5/06 (today, went very well)
Physical Education and Sports written-24/5/06
Mathamatics Higher paper (non calculator) 5/6/06
English Language 6/6/06
Sciance single award 7/6/06
Mathamatics Higher paper (calculator) 12/6/06
Hospitality & Catering 14/6/06
Mathmatics:Statistics 22/6/06

Good luck guys and make sure u get what you need!

Thanks, Bradley!
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aa61hvy
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 2:54 am

Man I am glad I'm done with school...Good luck though...It goes by fast!
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jamesbuk
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 3:05 am

Good luck mate!!

Im doing GCSE's next year and im not looking forward to them!
How hard has the english one been and are they as hard as the teachers make them seem?

again Best of luck!!

Rgds --James--
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Daleaholic
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 3:06 am

Good Luck BradWray! I'm also doing my GCSE's

Spanish Listening 22/05/2006 Done
English Literature 23/05/2006 Done
ICT Paper 1 23/05/2006 Done
Spanish Reading 25/05/2006
ICT Paper 2 26/05/2006
Geography paper 1 05/06/2006
Maths Non calculator 05/06/2006
English A Paper 1 06/06/2006
Science 07/06/2006
English A Paper 2 08/06/2006
Geography Paper 2 12/06/2006
Maths calculator 12/06/2006
Religion 13/06/2006
Science 14/06/2006
Food Tech 23/06/2006
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Matt72033
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 3:30 am

Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 2):
Im doing GCSE's next year and im not looking forward to them!
How hard has the english one been and are they as hard as the teachers make them seem?

Well having witnessed your spelling, grammar and punctuation, I wouldn't mind going out on a limb and tell you your going to fail!  Wink
 
RichardBHX
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 3:39 am

Quoting Matt72033 (Reply 4):
Well having witnessed your spelling, grammar and punctuation, I wouldn't mind going out on a limb and tell you your going to fail!

Having looked through my old english books in the last couple of days, I can tell you that things really do change in a yeah! Haha

Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 2):
How hard has the english one been and are they as hard as the teachers make them seem?

English wasn't too bad today. The questions are quite predictable really, so you can't come that unstuck. It's just frustrating having to learn a whole anthology over two years only to need 4 poems and 2 stories in the exam today!

ANYWAY...Yeah, Good Luck Daleaholic, BradWray and anyone else doing GCSE's like me too! I'm doing English Literature+Language, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French, German, Geography, Drama, Systems & Control and R.E Short Course, 24 Exams isn't fun! Especially since I've only done 5 so far!

- Richard
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Daleaholic
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:28 am

Quoting RichardBHX (Reply 5):
who thinks there may be another thread on the 24th of August

I am bricking my pants already for that day, might go away for a while before.
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LawrenceMck
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:36 am

Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 2):
How hard has the english one been and are they as hard as the teachers make them seem?

I did my English GCSE exam today, 2 and a half hours long!, Seriously though it flew by. We had to answer questions on Of Mice and Men, Romeo and Juliet and then we had a section on poetry.

Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 2):
are they as hard as the teachers make them seem?

You'll do fine as long as you do your revision
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Ive got my GCSE Science coming up soon, not looking forward to that one I can tell ya!

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jamesbuk
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:39 am

Quoting Matt72033 (Reply 4):

Well having witnessed your spelling, grammar and punctuation, I wouldn't mind going out on a limb and tell you your going to fail

Yeh well im not very good at that whole english crap, my theory is if I can speak it and write it to a degree then its ok but none of my teachers agree!
Looking back 6 months though my whole grammar and punc has improved..... Slightly.

Rgds --James--
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LawrenceMck
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:40 am

Best of luck to everyone doing their GCSE's too by the way!

Lawrence  Wink
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:43 am

Good luck with your exams.

My exams are:

French speaking- June 8-14 (the only possible time I can do it is on the 14)
French formal- June 20 8:45-11:15
Math- June 21 at 12:15-2:45 (I think)
Geography- who knows we haven't been told yet  Angry
Gym/Health- HaHaHa I have no exam in this subject  smirk 
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SmithAir747
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:45 am

I'm currently taking exams at King's College London.

I have finished 6, and I have 3 left to go.

Finished:

BA2085 Anatomy of the Head and Neck (2 exams: spot and written)
BA2021 Structural Basis of Human Function (another anatomy course) (2 exams: spot and written)
BA2300 Essentials of Embryology
BL0212 Reproduction, Growth and Development

Exams still to be taken:

BA2040 Psychology 1 (Wed. 24 May)
BA2050 Human and Biochemical Genetics (Thurs. 25 May)
BA2000 Mammalian Developmental Biology (Wed. 31 May)

Each of my exams has been 2 hours (except for the anatomy one, 3 hours) long. King's College London hold their exams off-campus, at the Royal Horticultural Halls (near Victoria station) and Westminster Central Hall.

Then, when I finish all my exams, I start my summer research project at Guy's Hospital craniofacial department (for which I got my grant). So I'll still be here in London most of the summer.

SmithAir747
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BritPilot777
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 4:47 am

Good luck to all who still have exams! I finished my second year university exams on Friday Big grin So free for 4 months now Big grin

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Airdolomiti
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 5:36 am

I've done 3 1st-year university exams so far - Statistics, Public Law and English, all written. Sadly, the bulk of this year's exams are coming up in a couple of weeks:

-Political Geography (3 parts, written and oral: 29/5/06, 3/6/06 and 4/6/06)
-Political Economics (done the first part, two to go still but we don't know when!)
-Private Law (oral; I might defer this one to September...that's the neat thing about university, you can do exams pretty much when you want  Wink )
-History (oral 3/7/06)
-French (written 1/6/06, oral in September probably)
-Sociology (written 19/6/06, oral 21/6/06)

Don't know how I'm going to manage all of this, but I'm still glad I finished school last year. I couldn't bear the thought of having to take my finals all over again.

If all goes well, I should be done by July 8th, then in August I'm off to Russia to learn Russian, yuppee Big grin

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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 5:41 am

Gah. that was me last year.
Good luck to you all.
I would have a levels this year, however, my courses dont have any exams in it.

Good Luck.

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Christa
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 5:44 am

I had my GCSE exams this time last year. *Begin self gloat*4A*'s, 4A's and 2B's*End self gloat*. I wish all of you the best of luck, make sure that you revise topics thoroughly and try your best - that's all you can do.

I'm currently half way through my A level examinations (first year - AS). I have Sociology tomorrow and then a Geography unit on Friday. Then we have half term after which I have History and Economics units. Fun, eh?

Regards,
Chris
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mhodgson
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 5:59 am

Good luck to everyone - I'm exam free this year (yay). Though starting September, I get the absolute joy of CAA/JAA exams, plus internal school exams - 6 exam periods in 7 months! Eep!

Was doing my A2s this time last year (AABD), so I know what you're all going through!
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rossbaku
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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 6:05 am

My timetable has taken the following shape:

All at Higher btw

English - Done
Physics - Done
Maths - Done

Monday next week: Computing
Tuesday next week: Chemistry

Then a heavy drinking session shall ensue!

Good luck to all who are sitting exams!

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RE: Best Of Luck With Your Exams!

Wed May 24, 2006 6:10 am

My GCSE Schedule

Done:
-ICT Paper 1 / Wed 17 May / pm

To Be Done:
- Maths Paper 1 / Mon 5th June / pm
- English Paper 1 / Tues 6 June / am
- ICT Paper 2 / Wed 7 June / am
- Science Paper 1 / Wed 7 June / pm
- English Paper 2 / Thurs 8 June / pm
- History / Fri 9 June / pm
- Maths Paper 2 / Mon 12 June / am
- Science Paper 2 / Wed 14 June / am

I finish school on friday, and only have to go in for exams

Tom.
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