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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    Hello guys, if anyone could help me or give me advice I would be very grateful😊
    Basically, I am getting a* in physics, a* in chemist my but biology I'm barley getting C's (AQA GCSE sciences) . It is so frustrating because I know all the content but I just cannot decipher what the exam questions are asking me? I have memorised all the revision guides such as CPG, aqa ect and I have the my gcse science videos. I also do past papers and read the syllabus but it is not working. It is ironic as biology is my best subject, content wise, but my teacher said my responses are too vague!

    Any advice and exam style question techniques would be highly appreciated! ☺️
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