I stupidly took A level Maths because I found it easy at school and got an A at GCSE without even trying.
Big mistake that I literally still have nightmares about to this day.
The jump from GCSE to A level was huge. I just failed to grasp it and should have changed to something else, but...
Whether it's "worth it" depends entirely on what you're looking to do later. Will you need one, or if not, will it make you more employable in your intended line of work?
I could have done one practically for free had I done it straight after my PGCE at the same university, but I was burnt out...
I was thinking of going just for whole spectacle and borderline cultural relevance, but realised that I didn't like the first one and I'd just be helping to increase whatever box office record is no doubt being broken because everyone has FOMO.
Nah. Not going.
I'll never understand why they built something which relies on tech that was destined to be outdated by the end of the first season.
Decent hardware is never going to go out of style.You can leave it in a park for decades and it will still be popular.
If you order a B&M invert, hyper or...
I was bored enough to Google what's going on. He called someone a c**t. Not directly, just a comment to someone else that was picked up on the microphone (and not broadcast). That's it. That's the controversy.
I for one will never be going to Alton Towers again!
That was my experience, only Kung Fu Panda was open as well, but only later in the day. I was fully expecting closed stuff since it was dead, but everything was open. It's a shame to hear it's not like that anymore.
It's not LED lights on wires; it's all lasers. During a very brief blackout, mesh screens fall down and the lasers are projected onto them, giving the illusion of floating lights. It's definitely up there the best ride illusions, yeah.