So next Monday I'm starting sixthform, and had achieved 11 A*'s and 1 A in my GCSE's on Thursday, from a previous thread I have acknowledged from comments (a few mean ones too lol) that my GCSE grades are 'good enough' for medicine, GCSE wise that is.
I plan on studying medicine (this has always been one of my predominant life ambitions ever since I was a child) and will be studying Maths (statistics), Biology, Chemistry and History. I'm a tad nervous for AS levels as everyone says its extremely difficult and everyone makes sure to instill the fact that the jump between GCSE to Alevel is quite the jump. If anyone can give a couple of tips regarding AS levels and how to succeed in the subjects individually, I'd really appreciate this! In particular anyone who has done these as levels, please give me tips and share your experience, as I really want to get 4 A's at AS. Please give some good advice, particularly for maths as I really wasnt expecting an A* and maths had always been my weaker subject as in year 10 i was forced to do the foundation course and gained a low C, and in year 11 I didnt revise much for the higher GCSE as I kind of 'gave up' as I though I had no chance to get above a B what with having to do the higher tier course in the space of 5 months, whilst people in set 2 and above were struggling to get an A despite studying th ehigher tier course for 3 years, somehow I managed to gain 192/200!
thanks in advance xx
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