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When you lie you often have to keep lying. Share your pain. When I was 15 I pretended to be 16 to help get a summer job. Then had to spend a summer with this nice shopkeeper asking me everyday if I was excited about getting my GCSE results. I felt like an utter shit. Thanks to MerseyMal for the suggestion.

(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 21:57)
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My Results are all lies! lies I tell you!
All of them, GCSE's college the lot. I never went back to school to collect my results and lost my Certificates for my college course years ago.
I've been making them up for 10 years.
(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 23:31, 1 reply)
don't worry exam results are lies too
GCSE's and A levels are graded to the total percentage (ie the top 30% scoring economics students each year get an A grade) it doesn't matter what the actual exam result was, just how the student scored against everyone else.

Then the government claim these set exam results are an example of how well the students are being taught, no mention of how the results are only related to the people that took the exam that year and have no relationship with the years before.
(, Fri 9 Mar 2012, 10:53, closed)

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