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#1
For example, a load of people at my school are going on about getting however much money dependant on how well they do in their GCSE's, for example, C = £20, B = £35, A = £100, or just getting different things bought for them.

Personally, I think all I'm going to get is the satisfaction of passing, although I could be surprised, is anyone else here getting anything, or have you experienced this in the past?
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#2
I don't don't mind either. I never do well in exams anyway.
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#3
My folks smile at me and say they're glad. That means a thousand things to me and they rarely say things like that. I don't ask for money.
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#4
I'll probably get the satisfaction of passing, and maybe a meal, which I would probably get anyway. My parents encourage me but don't reward me, my mate gets loads of money for good grades, wanker.
#6
Thats ****ing stupid getting money for good grades.
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#7
I think monetary rewards for good grades teaches people the wrong lesson. I know a girl who gets $100 for every B and $200 for every A, a bit ridiculous.
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#8
I dont get rewarded with money or gifts I just get a congradulations.......well one time my mom bought me my first amp but that was because I was just starting guitar and she said if i passed math I would get one..................I just barely passed and she gave it to me, so I figured even if I did fail I still would have gotten it
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#9
i'm expected to pass, and when i do well they'll say good job, getting paid for things you should be doing anyways doesn't seem very deserving. things like graduation are.
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#10
I got to chose what we had for dinner.

Mind you, I got straight A/A* at my GCSEs, so I may have created a few financial issues if I had got that sort of money for it.
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#11
i dont do exams anymore cuz im old

but back then if i did well, my prize was not getting beaten
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#12
ha you have worst things to worry about than SATS when you get older. We have to wait til the end of august for our GCSES as well, so i'd get used to it.
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#14
And i get nothing, i worked for myself tbh.
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#15
my parents have a "better" way; if i get a d i owe them £40. Happily I don't get D's
#16
im waiting for some money for my SATS
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#17
kind of. if i get an "A" i don't get beaten. so that's kind ofalmost an award.
#18
no, but i end up with college scholarships later so it's all good
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#19
my friends getting a Razorback if he does well, the lucky barstool

i get nothing as my birthdays like 10 days before exam results come back
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#20
Not really. As long as I'm getting good grades and not causing problems I get pretty much what I want within reason.
#21
the only thing I have got was that my parents paid a bit of the price when I bought my guitar shortly after. They give my brother all kind of stuff though.
#22
never been rewarded for any good grades. i was valedictorian and i got squat. haha my parents never had a clue about my grades anyway.
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#23
I never received monetary awards for doing well in my exams, nor would I want to have done. I did know people in school who did though.
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#24
For example, a load of people at my school are going on about getting however much money dependant on how well they do in their GCSE's, for example, C = £20, B = £35, A = £100, or just getting different things bought for them.


Who gives u this money? Ur mom or ur dad?!

And who gets 20 pounds for a frickin C!! Lol
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#27
no i dont get money- its my life its effecting why would my parents bribe me to do well
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#28
Getting things for getting good grades is like another way of being spoiled....
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#29
not a damn thing, which is probably why i stopped going to whole school days. but then they talked to me when things were wrong, but that's the only time they gave me pos. or neg. feedback.
#30
I get the satisfaction of passing and the embarassment of them telling everyone we know that I got all A*-B in my GCSEs

Oh and we had steak for dinner. They had some nice wine. I had water.

It'll be the same this year.
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I think monetary rewards for good grades teaches people the wrong lesson. I know a girl who gets $100 for every B and $200 for every A, a bit ridiculous.


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#32
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Someone didn't do very good in school....read your sentence over and tell me what you did wrong.


It would be "someone didn't do very well." I only mention this because it seems we're pointing out grammar errors.

My older brother received monetary rewards for his good grades (or lack thereof) while I was not so fortunate. I guess they realized my reward was being accepted by a good college.
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It would be "someone didn't do very well." I only mention this because it seems we're pointing out grammar errors.

My older brother received monetary rewards for his good grades (or lack thereof) while I was not so fortunate. I guess they realized my reward was being accepted by a good college.


lol I just caught myself as you posted that...was looking it up. I've always had trouble with good/well.

But anyways I got a 1780 on my SAT and just passed 3 AP exams and I get the satisfaction that I don't have to pay for those courses. Yay.
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It would be "someone didn't do very well." I only mention this because it seems we're pointing out grammar errors.

My older brother received monetary rewards for his good grades (or lack thereof) while I was not so fortunate. I guess they realized my reward was being accepted by a good college.


Grammatical errors.
#37
Well all my life I've been expected to do well, so when I did, I got nothing. And if I didn't, I got in ****, (my dad got pissed when I brought home my first mark below 90%, which was an 88% on a social studies test, in grade 7). My overall average in grade 7 was 97.5%, the best in my grade, and still, I got nothing. ****ing ****ty.
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