GCSE Results Day (in Off-topic)


Gandalf August 27 2009 6:46 AM EDT

In UK and maybes other countries its GCSE results day... Not too important just wanted to share my results.

i got:

A* - Maths
2 A's - ICT
A - business Studies
A - Citizenship (don't know how)
B - English
B - English Literature
B - Physics
B - Chemistry
B - Graphics
B - P.E
C - Biology
D - German

woo. Doubt anyone else is my age and from UK, but if you are. Post your results. :)

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] August 27 2009 6:55 AM EDT

I'm responsible for releasing the GCSE results in my school. I got them yesterday! ;)

Our guys did wickedly! Much better than we predicted! It's an awesome day all round! (I'm here giving out the AS results to our early entries! :P)

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] August 27 2009 6:56 AM EDT

And GZ! 12 A*-C's is an awesome result! ;)

(Don't worry about German! :P)

Gandalf August 27 2009 7:15 AM EDT

Cool :) yeah the teachers always used to tease us in our school when they got the results a day early and we wasnt allowed them till the next day. Thanks :) But a language is a result ppl want nowadays, but ahh well. Not my strong point lol.

Flamey August 27 2009 12:35 PM EDT

You do lots of subjects. We do 7 at most :/

Gandalf August 27 2009 3:38 PM EDT

really flamey? Well next 2 years is A levels... Im taking 3.. Maths, Physics and business. I wanted to do ICT aswell just for an extra AS but, ICT and business are in same option column, so only could pick one... :/

blackshadowshade August 27 2009 4:23 PM EDT

Man, deine Deutschkenntnisse muessen wirklich mangelhaft sein!

Sickone August 27 2009 4:52 PM EDT

"Oh man, your German aquaintances must be really hungry" is what he got, probably >:)

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] August 28 2009 6:12 PM EDT

I got 7 A-C grades, and was top male student for my year (girls always do better than boys...).

This year, some of our students were getting in excess of 12 A*-C grades (or equivalents), inlcuding the early GCSE's that sat two years ago, but not inlcuding the early AS/A Level's they have already taken (and passed).

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] August 28 2009 7:14 PM EDT

When I did them I got 2 A's, 5 B's and 7 C's

Flamey August 28 2009 8:09 PM EDT

Still not understanding this british stuff. What grade are you in?

Colonel Custard [SeeD] August 28 2009 8:49 PM EDT

What the heck?

Well, I submitted my AP test results today and I'm getting 16 college credits for free.

FailBoat[SG] August 28 2009 8:57 PM EDT

Umm... What the heck is a GCSE?

Also, spell check dislikes the word of this testing thing.

Demigod August 28 2009 8:58 PM EDT

Congrats. Here in the states, our universities are supposed to be four years long, usually with about 18 credit-hours per semester. If those AP credits carry over like they do here, you would have just knocked out 1/8 of your college career before ever starting.

Colonel Custard [SeeD] August 28 2009 10:46 PM EDT

Demi, I am in America. I was just trying to ironically show off to Brits who wouldn't know what I was talking about.

So are these things like taking your N.E.W.T.s and O.W.L.s in Harry Potter?

Flamey August 29 2009 7:44 AM EDT

They may actually be OWLs, which makes sense. You do more subjects in the lower level on. Also I recall Gandy being a year or two younger than me.

Angel of Death [Hell Blenders] August 29 2009 8:06 AM EDT

a D in german? im disappointed in you mister white sir

Gandalf August 29 2009 8:55 AM EDT

haha OWLS's made me laugh. ^^

Not sure what GCSE's are compared to what the Americans take...

Yeah Flamey i think i am.. im 16, 17 In Sep.

In the UK we study for like 4 years heading towards the GCSE's in the 5th year we take tests in all the subjects. However some people take some GCSE's early like Maths i did in my forth year (year 10)

After this you can go to further education and do AS / Full A level courses for 2 years.. Then uni.

Just tried to clear it up for the people what didn't understand :)
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