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    (Original post by DInce1998)
    Congratulations
    Thank you!!

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    Biology-predicted C achieved-C
    Maths-predicted-C achieved-A
    Chemistry-predicted-B achieved-B
    Spanish-predicted-C achieved -C

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    Surprised about bio but it's ok such is life
    Pleasantly surprised about maths as my M1 ums was higher than expected

    Future Ambitions
    Hopefully study chemical engineering or chemistry well see how it works out

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    For those who think your results are bad, at least you aren't stuck waiting to find out yours like I am. I'm hoping my school will phone me soon to let me know my results because the wait is killing me.
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    No I asked on the Cambridge admissions thread thing, they had a meeting and said they are not looking at raw marks this year, phewwww. I want to apply for medicine too at Cambridge and I got AAAAA but only 50/70 on one biology paper thank god they are not looking!

    (Original post by naibby)
    Will Cambridge look at the raw marks in the reformed subjects? And is AAAA fine to applying for Cambridge medicine ?
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    AAAB - Don't know if that's good enough for Economics at Cambridge
    B in Biology, and A's in Maths, Chemistry and Economics.
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    (Original post by isabella1999)
    No I asked on the Cambridge admissions thread thing, they had a meeting and said they are not looking at raw marks this year, phewwww. I want to apply for medicine too at Cambridge and I got AAAAA but only 50/70 on one biology paper thank god they are not looking!
    That's awesome. I'm officially happy
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    I got an A for Maths and to my surprise I got an A for all 3 modules- C1, C2 and S1
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    ABBD - D was in biology and A in Photography, Bs in English Lit and Geography. Pretty much as expected, trying to work out if I can get out of second year biology because I don't think I can continue Photography. Hopefully the Bs will become As at least next year.
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    Hi all,

    For my AQA Physics paper 1 and 2, I achieved 40 points in each. According to the latest grade boundaries released by AQA this should should mean I fall exactly on a B grade. However I got a C. Could this be a mistake? If it's not then can someone please explain it to me please.

    Would also like to know if its worth getting both of my papers remarked...
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    Maths- A
    Further Maths -A
    Physics-A

    I wonder if I can apply to Cambridge?
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    Results
    • Maths: Predicted D / Achieved A
    • Classical Civilisation: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • English Lang: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • English Lit: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Comments and reactions
    So happy!!! Never expected to do as well as I did in Maths, now I just have the issue of deciding whether to drop Eng Lit or Eng Lang.

    Future ambitions
    Classical Studies at Uni then hopefully go on to teach.
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    So happy, managed to get AAAAA! Our school gave us our raw marks, did not too great in a few so thank god for low boundaries!!!

    Biology: A (50/70 in one paper, 54/70 in second one)

    Chemistry: A (57/75 on one paper, 69/75 on the other )

    Psychology: A (53/72 I think on both papers, not that great)

    Maths: A (90 UMS in S1, C1, and C2)

    General Studies: A (84 UMS in one and 92 UMS in other)

    Pretty chuffed medicine isn't out for me now, how did you all do?
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    (Original post by naibby)
    That's awesome. I'm officially happy
    Me too lucky us!
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    For people who did the new As aqa econ did you get lower than you expected because im really disappointed with mine
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    (Original post by isabella1999)
    So happy, managed to get AAAAA! Our school gave us our raw marks, did not too great in a few so thank god for low boundaries!!!

    Biology: A (50/70 in one paper, 54/70 in second one)

    Chemistry: A (57/75 on one paper, 69/75 on the other )

    Psychology: A (53/72 I think on both papers, not that great)

    Maths: A (90 UMS in S1, C1, and C2)

    General Studies: A (84 UMS in one and 92 UMS in other)

    Pretty chuffed medicine isn't out for me now, how did you all do?
    Well done!! Did you do the new chem spec from OCR? (if so, how did you find out your mark for each paper??)
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    Results
    • Physics: A
    • Chemistry: A
    • Biology: A
    • Maths: A
    • Further maths: A

    Comments and reactions
    Absolutely over the moon, I got 100 UMS in C1, C2 and D1. I also got 91 in M1, 99 in S1 and 85 in FP1

    Future ambitions
    I hope to go to Imperial College London to study Physics (or maybe with theoretical physics). Also going to get pissed tonight :laugh:
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    (Original post by angelscity)
    Well done!! Did you do the new chem spec from OCR? (if so, how did you find out your mark for each paper??)
    Thanks! No, I did AQA, and I'm not sure I just asked them and they had everyone's raw marks on the computer
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    I got a C in Health & Social Single, C in Health & Social Double, D in home economics.

    I now have to choose whether to stay at school or go to college to do a diploma in health and social level 3.

    I want to do nursing and have looked at universities, lowest entry grades required are BCC.

    School advise I will go up a grade in a year, I don't know what to do. Any idea?
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    (Original post by Electrify)
    AAB (AS)
    My chances for medicine are gone, aren't they?
    Of course not! You've definitely still got a chance for next year especially bc of the reforms. Just work hard, take any entrance exams you need to do and get that work experience/Volunteering. I know someone who got into Bristol with AAB and he's in his 3rd year of med school now. There's definitely hope
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    • Biology: Predicted C / Achieved C
    • English Lit: Predicted A / Achieved C
    • Chemistry: Predicted C / Achieved U
    Comments and reactions
    Massively disappointed, with the C's but I expected the U tbh. The exam went terribly (WJEC new spec). I had a really rough year at home so I know I can achieve a lot better next year. Some classmates also got U's in Chemistry and failed Biology, which I found reassuring as they were also usually A grade students.

    Future ambitions
    Biology in University. Doesn't look likely I'll get an offer with these grades, but hopefully my teachers can back me up knowing my home life was all over the place all year. Fingers crossed! Anyone been able to get an offer with these kind of grades? (Typical requirements BBB/ABB)
 
 
 
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