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alsieboo
18-04-2005, 12:29:41
I go to see my math teacher to get my mock results and tell him I wont be able to make this weeks class, and he drags me into a maths lesson! Totally unprepared, and 15 minutes away. How rude! Unsuprisingly I did shit in my exam, made stupid mistakes, that if I'd have bothered to read the question properly, or listen to myself, not Sara, I'd have gotten more marks. But oh well. Teachers suck!

Provost Harrison
18-04-2005, 12:51:21
Sounds like you brought it on yourself. Why couldn't you make this weeks class? Sounds like a pretty lousy excuse. If I'd have been your maths teacher, you'd have got the cane :p

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 12:56:43
I have a rehearsal for my play scheduled instead. MY head of department knows we have maths then (I'm not the only one in first dops who does math) but she insists on making them clash.

Aah, if only copral punishment was still allowed..

Cruddy
18-04-2005, 13:11:12
My current maths tutor for Open University is an arsehole of the highest magnitude. She insists I use different symbols that she can understand, doesn't give marks for using the right method while getting the wrong answer, then asks me to phone her.

Everytime I phone her, her husband puts the phone down on me.

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 13:12:36
Have my math teacher, he's actually really cool, I like him a lot.

Cruddy
18-04-2005, 13:13:22
I wish I got a choice in the matter.

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 13:14:44
We could get her killed for you?

Cruddy
18-04-2005, 13:16:27
Tempting... but her faults don't warrant murder.

If she could be shipped to India as freight, that might do the job.

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 13:16:50
It could be arranged

Cruddy
18-04-2005, 13:20:45
On 2nd thoughts, nah....


....what has India done to me to deserve that?

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 13:22:11
we could....find a desert island? Put her on a boat and push her into sea, or solitary confinement in a nuthouse?

Rodgers
18-04-2005, 14:07:41
Originally posted by alsieboo
...if I'd have bothered to read the question properly, or listen to myself, not Sara, I'd have gotten more marks....


Schitzophrenics never get a benign extra personalty do they? Like a maths genius or a brilliant businessman who tells them how to make a fortune.

They just go one about killnig prostitutes and God.

HelloKitty
18-04-2005, 22:18:35
No wonder you are getting poor marks. FUCK your math proffessor don't FECK with him.

Only Jack Hackett can feck math profs.

DevilsH@lo
18-04-2005, 22:21:21
Originally posted by Rodgers
Schitzophrenics never get a benign extra personalty do they? Like a maths genius or a brilliant businessman who tells them how to make a fortune.

They just go one about killnig prostitutes and God.

if I wasnt on my boyfriend's profile I'd nick that for my sig :)

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 22:25:57
That would just be too damn useful.

Martini
18-04-2005, 22:44:55
Dear god Alsie, even *I* passed maths GCSE. Get a grip girl!

HelloKitty
18-04-2005, 22:48:39
A grip on your proff's cock!

I think I have been playing Sims 2 Uni too much.

I don't think any of my characters ever go to class after they meet thier profs. They all have double beds, neon lights and hot tubs though.

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 22:49:34
Originally posted by Martini
Dear god Alsie, even *I* passed maths GCSE. Get a grip girl!

I haven't taken it yet! twas only a mock, and he took a load of questions out.

DevilsH@lo
18-04-2005, 22:51:21
I had a dream that I got an A* in English GCSE last night and I was really proud because *'s weren't invented when I did my GCSE's. No, we were happy with a plain old A grade and a hairy toffee.

DevilsH@lo
18-04-2005, 22:52:05
Originally posted by alsieboo
I haven't taken it yet! twas only a mock, and he took a load of questions out.

are they making a mockery of you?

Darkstar
18-04-2005, 22:52:34
Originally posted by Rodgers
Schitzophrenics never get a benign extra personalty do they? Like a maths genius or a brilliant businessman who tells them how to make a fortune.

They just go one about killnig prostitutes and God.

Well, they often think they have a brillian businessman or maths genius. But that's just a delusion. In truth they are generally lousy businessman and terrible at maths. But on the plus side, they do often talk to god, and know how much that cutting a prostitute open from crotch to throat and strewing the internal organs around makes him happy.

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 23:02:13
We hadn't covered all the topics. Liek area, volume and meh.

Martini
18-04-2005, 23:08:04
Ah yeah, meh was always a sticking point for me too.

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 23:20:15
I just can't seem to get my head around it, worse than remembering quadratic equations

HelloKitty
18-04-2005, 23:23:03
Wrap your lips around it then!

(its like vaudville!)

alsieboo
18-04-2005, 23:29:54
oyu'reobsessed

protein
18-04-2005, 23:30:43
I got a c in maths and I'm completely innumerate.

Provost Harrison
19-04-2005, 00:05:29
This reminds me that perhaps I should go for that A-level in maths at some point...

alsieboo
19-04-2005, 00:16:43
what can you do with a-level maths? would you be able to do a-;evel math if you only got a b in the gcse?

Provost Harrison
19-04-2005, 00:40:35
I got an A in the GCSE thanks :p

protein
19-04-2005, 00:41:57
You can do the A Level even if you've never done a GSCE. You might have to pay for it though.

alsieboo
19-04-2005, 01:18:10
I was asking for me ph, not insulting you. cheers protein

Funko
19-04-2005, 09:44:48
Originally posted by alsieboo
what can you do with a-level maths? would you be able to do a-;evel math if you only got a b in the gcse?

Of course. B isn't a bad grade at all.

Quite a lot of jobs require a C or better in Maths and English, so try and make sure you get a C if at all possible.

Eklektikos
19-04-2005, 09:56:04
Originally posted by alsieboo
what can you do with a-level maths? would you be able to do a-;evel math if you only got a b in the gcse?
I did, so I imagine you can and I doubt you'd have to pay since I didn't.

Not sure it's worth doing unless you find maths really interesting or you have a cast iron work ethic, though. Neither applied to me and thus it was possibly one of the biggest wastes of time I've ever experienced - other than posting on internet fora of course.

DevilsH@lo
19-04-2005, 10:55:05
I thought you were doing a-levels thsi year allie?

I got B in English and wasnt allowed to A-level at my school, so had to do it at nightschool. My school was up its own arse, but its worth checking out the requirements of your college if thats what you want to do.

I only got a C in maths, and I've never had cause to use it, only as Funko says as a basic entry level for employment.

In fact my CV tells me I've actually gained an A-level and my grades have gone up since school- curious that :)

alsieboo
19-04-2005, 15:50:14
Math and english GCSE, performing arts first diploma is a GCSE equivalent, next year I'm doing the national diploma, which is an a-level equivalent.

I want to take maths because I do actually enjoy it, I don't know how good I am at it or what, but I wouldn't mind doing a bit more.

Funko
19-04-2005, 15:57:30
Yeah! Good for you. :beer:

I think you could do a-levels in stuff if you got c or above at our place... not sure. I got A's in all the stuff I was doing A-Levels in anyway.

Haven't done a CV for so long I don't know what I'd put on it but would I bother putting my GCSEs on my CV now? Not sure they are really relevant, or a-levels for that matter. In fact the experience is more important than the degree even...