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Saturday, September 02, 2006

Home again

After an exhausting day and a half traveling (I worked out that I'd been awake for 30 hours straight) I'm finally home to grey old England.


I did get my AS grades, though, which were pretty good.

Physics - 94% (A)
100/100 (a)
106/110 (a)
75/90 (a)

Chemistry - 86% (A)
86/90 (a)
69/90 (b)
104/120 (a)

Biology - 91% (A)
99/105 (a)
103/105 (a)
72/90 (a)

Maths - 98% (A)
100/100 (a)
100/100 (a)
94/100 (a)

General Studies - 90% (A)
108/120 (a)

I'm a little annoyed that I didn't get a better mark in chemistry (I know I shouldn't complain, but I don't feel that's the best I could have done) but other than that, I'm very pleased. I really didn't expect to do quite that well in physics...

My birthday was interesting...techincally (according to Dad) it started when the plane detached from the boarding gate, so I only technically lost 4 hours of my birthday (by that time it was 4AM in England). I got a few small things - stationary, memory card for my camera and some money for songs off Itunes - but my main birthday present will obviously be driving lessons.

Speaking of which, I went for a drive today - just round a large carpark by the railway station. It's kinda weird trying to do all those things at once, but I guess I'll get used to it.

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