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Aug 7 2005, 07:07 PM
Only 11 days until results day *hyperventilates* help!!!!!
Aug 8 2005, 08:32 PM
QUOTE(crazy_purple_piano_freak @ Aug 8 2005, 03:28 PM)
QUOTE(anakrron @ Aug 8 2005, 03:26 PM)
Good luck everyone! I took my Maths and Japanese GCSE this year, so I'll be getting that... but I'm not really nervous about it, not as much as everyone else is!
I saw your DOB on your profile, does that mean you took maths early?wow...
Yeah, I'm in Year 10 (or was until July), so I took it a year early.
QUOTE(elmo @ Aug 8 2005, 04:42 PM)
I have a question, and no offence meant, but why do so many people get put into their GCSEs early? I know 4 people who did their GCSE french early because they were bilingual, and in 1 case french was her first language, english her second, and I can understand why they'd do their exam 1 year or even 2 years early.But are you just super brainy at maths, or did you have to work for it? Did it feel rushed, or easy? What are you gonna do next year? And I guess Japanese is coz you are Japanese/relatives are Japanese?
Just curious, and I'm not having a go! :)
Yeah, I took Japanese because I am Japanese, and it's pips... most of the questions are like, matching a picture of a fork to its word. :rolleyes: And the listening tape is so tedious... they read everything about 1/8 of the normal speed. I guess that's how GCSE listening must be like to French people taking French etc.
14 people out of 180 students in my school took their Maths early (in my school, Maths is the only subject that allows early enries). I felt a bit stressed doing my Maths, because my teacher was lousy... but Maths had always been my best subject and I got on all right without doing too much work. I'm the type of person to work their socks off even if I know that I'll do well, so I did a lot of preparation for it. I think it's a good thing to do GCSEs early, providing you can get a good grade, because it just gets it out of the way. From September, I'll be starting an AS module or something. That's good because I'm going to take A Level Maths anyway.
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