> So it's gonna cost £61 to get both of my remarks ... and, of
> course, there's no assurance that I'll get a better mark. Indeed, if
> I do get a worse mark, that's what I'm stuck with.
> Dunno if I can be bothered, really.
You got into uni, there's no point dude. Once you've got a degree nobody looks at your A levels.
Dunno if I can be bothered, really.
> 1 mark of an A in biology A2, so i'm a little bit p!ssed off
Did it get you into University?
> I missed out on an A in Politics by less than 1%, which was nice. But
> I'd already got into my uni, so I didn't bother appealling. Really
> should've, because I debated switching to a Politics course a coupla
> weeks in.
You would gain early support, from people that already liked you. Then you'd rapidly take over the butt-of-the-joke position which John Prescott revels in, as the nation feels you're slipping into dementure after the 14th referendum on whether Michael Owen holds divine status is called.
> For some reason they wouldn't let me do computing in the first year
> unless I did physics and maths or something
Ring up your college and tell them they're balls.
At mine, I had to have a GCSE grade of C in Maths to get into the Computing course, unfortuanatly, my time at school was spent being a deliquant rather then studying, so I achieved only a grade D in Maths.
When college started, I just walked into the Computing class and started the course. I got an A at A/S level and an A at A2 level.
Moral of story? College is a load of BS.