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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Good luck!
    Thank you!😊👌🏾
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    (Original post by kennethdcharles)
    I used the cgp ones and the OCR examiners' one, those were the best I found. 2016:
    B123 - imo hard coz it was barely science, and so many ethical questions 😒
    B456 some of my friends found it harder than 123 but I found it easier, much more science and you could actually revis
    B7 decent
    C123 - very straightforward
    C456 decent
    C7 - fairly straightforward
    P123 - hardest exam out the 9 😂 I think everyone will tell you that, we had a six marker on sedimentary rocks which I covered in geography not physics
    P456 decent
    P7 I found it straightforward though others found it ok/hard
    Ethical questions are the worst for me, aha. I really want to see these papers now, well good luck with results day. Wish you all the best!!
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    Ethical questions are the worst for me, aha. I really want to see these papers now, well good luck with results day. Wish you all the best!!
    They are terrible! Thank you very much 😊
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    So year 11 has now officially come to an end and I have just received my GCSE grades back! I'll list them here and tell you how I feel:

    Maths - A*
    English - A
    Biology - A*
    Chemistry - A*
    Physics - A*
    Geography - A*
    French - A*
    R.S - A*
    P.E - A
    Additional Maths - A

    So overall I'm pretty happy! Although I wanted an A* in English and pe, I am still extremEly happy; the hard work paid off!
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    (Original post by kennethdcharles)
    So year 11 has now officially come to an end and I have just received my GCSE grades back! I'll list them here and tell you how I feel:

    Maths - A*
    English - A
    Biology - A*
    Chemistry - A*
    Physics - A*
    Geography - A*
    French - A*
    R.S - A*
    P.E - A
    Additional Maths - A

    So overall I'm pretty happy! Although I wanted an A* in English and pe, I am still extremEly happy; the hard work paid off!
    Wow, congratulations!!! Hopefully I can do as well as you did next year
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    (Original post by kennethdcharles)
    So year 11 has now officially come to an end and I have just received my GCSE grades back! I'll list them here and tell you how I feel:

    Maths - A*
    English - A
    Biology - A*
    Chemistry - A*
    Physics - A*
    Geography - A*
    French - A*
    R.S - A*
    P.E - A
    Additional Maths - A

    So overall I'm pretty happy! Although I wanted an A* in English and pe, I am still extremEly happy; the hard work paid off!
    A step closer to your dream! Haven't been on this thread for a while, haha. I just got my results and I got 10 A*s - looks like we both did really well. Fingers crossed we'll both get to Oxford to study what we want!


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    (Original post by Daydreamer3)
    Wow, congratulations!!! Hopefully I can do as well as you did next year
    Thank you! And you certainly can, if you put the work in and take yourself serioulsy you will definitely be able to achieve my grades or even better. Feel free to ask me for any help at any time (PM).
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    A step closer to your dream! Haven't been on this thread for a while, haha. I just got my results and I got 10 A*s - looks like we both did really well. Fingers crossed we'll both get to Oxford to study what we want!


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    congratulations! I hope we see each other one day at Oxford
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    So that is year 11 done for me so my posts on this thread will end. I eilk definitely bedoimg a GYG thread in year 12 which will be my part 2 of my journey to becoming a physicist so watch out for that! Thanks!

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    (Original post by kennethdcharles)
    So that is year 11 done for me so my posts on this thread will end. I eilk definitely bedoimg a GYG thread in year 12 which will be my part 2 of my journey to becoming a physicist so watch out for that! Thanks!

    Did better than I did at GCSE!
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    Oooh congrats on your GCSE results!!!
    I can't wait to see your year 12 GYG thread.
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    Did better than I did at GCSE!
    Haha i still aspire to follow in your footsteps! Cheers mate !
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    (Original post by Pentaquark)
    Oooh congrats on your GCSE results!!!
    I can't wait to see your year 12 GYG thread.
    Thank you so much! Good luck in year 13!! 😊
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    (Original post by kennethdcharles)
    Thank you! And you certainly can, if you put the work in and take yourself serioulsy you will definitely be able to achieve my grades or even better. Feel free to ask me for any help at any time (PM).
    congratulations! I hope we see each other one day at Oxford
    Hi, do you know perhaps any youtube channels or websites that were useful when revising for the sciences? Or maybe even maths
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    (Original post by Daydreamer3)
    Hi, do you know perhaps any youtube channels or websites that were useful when revising for the sciences? Or maybe even maths
    Hey, in all honesty I did not use youtube a lot for revision. In terms of websites I would recommend BBC bitesize. In my opinion, however, the best revision source for sciences is the cgp revision guides and I'm sure the vast majority of people on tsr would agree with me. They have all you need!
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    Hey, in all honesty I did not use youtube a lot for revision. In terms of websites I would recommend BBC bitesize. In my opinion, however, the best revision source for sciences is the cgp revision guides and I'm sure the vast majority of people on tsr would agree with me. They have all you need!
    Ok thank you, I will get the CGP one for the P7, B7 and C7 since I already have one for the others :/
 
 
 
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