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    I know it depends on how hard you work at a level and GCSEs aren't always reflective to a level performance but if i achieved 6 A*s 3As and 3Bs at GCSE and doing A levels in maths,physics,chemistry,computer science,what would the average person who got similar grades and taking similar subjects achieve?
    A*s in maths physics chemistry ICT finance and business studies
    As in english language welsh and biology
    Bs in statistics english lit and history

    No work= UUUU
    Do work,revise content,pre reading,further reading,exam questions,exam papers, understanding,liking your subject,being organised =AAAA

    your on the student room I predict you AAB minimum! all jokes its all about how hard you work. Seen people with all A's get C and D's and people with B's at GCSE getting A's and B's at A-level. Good luck and stop making pointless threads go and sleep then work. When you understand whats going on in class and do well in past papers you will know you will do well
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