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Old 12-08-2003, 12:10 PM   #1
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Talking Exam Results

Well my Exam results came in this morning...here we go:
1 geography
1 graphical communication
2 English
2 mathematics
2 French
2 Physics
2 Physical Education
2 Computing

The way the grades are worked out is the same as the normal (A B C D E) grades except they are replaced by numerals so A=1, B=2 etc...

Well i am very pleased with my grades and it appears my mum and dad were aswell They got me a present

A Radeon 9500 Pro!!!!!

I need to stick it in my machine now
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Congrats and well done on the prize!
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Old 12-08-2003, 07:41 PM   #3
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Holly crap! Radeon 9500 Pro!?!? man, my parents just dont have a 3 hour talk about doing my homework and how highschool is important if i get good grades. Also... numbers huu? And when you said A B C D E... Do people in other parts of the world get Es? Because here it goes straight from D to F...

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gj btw
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Old 12-08-2003, 08:12 PM   #4
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Ultra, as far as i can remember it A B C D E F G

This is how i see each grade (anyone agree):

A = Excellent Pass
B = Very Good Pass
C = Good Pass
D = OK Pass
E = Not Bad Pass
F = Fail
G = Ouch!!!

Anyway, i didn't do A Levels, i did a BTEC ND
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Old 12-08-2003, 08:32 PM   #5
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At GSCE you get a grade A* A B C D E F U. A* being the best, U being ungraded, either because you havent answered any questioned, your script is illegible, or you just really suck and hardly got anything right.

At A level you dont get an A* or an F, just A B C D E U.
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Old 12-08-2003, 11:01 PM   #6
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A: Kicken ass, or teachers pet.
B: "Above average" aka not good enough in my parents eyes.
C: Average. A kick in the face to all computer geeks.
D: Bad, aka Cooking class is not for you.
F: Fail. Get your ass out of that class!

BTW: I've only ever had 1 D, my first semester of Trig. So i dropped it. I was 1 1/2 years ahead in math, then i got my first D. haha, i dont think so! D*%^ teacher. Math: B, B, B, B, D?? Stupid teacher!
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Old 12-08-2003, 11:18 PM   #7
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In Bulgaria they have numbers too like:

2 F
3 D
4 C
5 B
6 A

heh... funny...

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Scores for each grade... yea at A level in the UK grades then gte turned into "points", depending on how many points you get dpends which universities will want to talk to you.
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Woo hoo nice one mate, im gona be in germany when my ones come through =S but those grades are goood not one C..
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SH*T!!!!

Sorry but I had to say that word
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In my place we have a grading system based on numbers ranging from 0-20. (20 being the maximum)
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