A Level Results: Post Your Results (AS)

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    B philosophy and ethics B graphics C media C English ...SH#T....AS!
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    I got A A A A ... .missed my A* in Maths by 3 UMS marks.... im so gutted...so gutted. someone give me a shoulder to cry on
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    Hi guys,

    So I got a B for my Edexcel Government and Politics exam. I did want to get an A since it isn't a linear course and I want to get an A for the whole of Government and Politics by the end of A Levels.

    Unit 1: 76
    Unit 2: 75

    I think the above are the marks equivalent of the two test papers.

    I was wondering if I could retake just one of the papers so it averages out to an A if I do well next year.

    Any A Level experts out there? You'd be a great deal of help.

    Thanksss
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    Maths - B (239 UMS 😩)
    Product Design - B
    Business - C
    General Studies - C

    Gonna resit C2 maths and the exam for product as i know i can get an A in both.
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    Forgot the template last time so I'll do it right this time

    Results
    • Maths + Further Maths:
    • C1: 100
    • C2: 100
    • D1: 100
    • D2: 93
    • M1: 100
    • M2: 95
    • FP1: 96


    Comments and reactions
    So pleased, did not expect things to go that well!

    Future ambitions
    Cambridge Economics (feeling a bit better about applying now)
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    Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Further maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Biology: Predicted D / Achieved C

    Im not sure how I feel, Im pretty confused.
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    Did anyone do the new edexcel history/eng lit courses?
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    Results
    These are AS
    • Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Chemistry: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Biology: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Physics: Predicted D / Achieved A
    Comments and reactions
    I'm very pleased with my results, I proved my physics & biology teacher wrong as he said I could never get an A (literally)

    Future ambitions
    Don't know yet.
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    Are my chances of Medicine gone?I got AABBD- But the D is in chemsitry.
    :/
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    Maths A
    Biology A
    Chemistry B
    Economics A
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    Are my chances of Medicine gone? I got AABBD- But the D is in chemistry.:/
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    Results
    • Chemistry: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Biology: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Religious Studies Predicted A / Achieved A
    • General Studies A2: Predicted - / Achieved A
    Comments and reactions
    Can't complain, just as at AS full UMS on the science paper for general studies saved my grade, and i'm wishing i could see my chemistry/biology marks but can't due to the new course structure

    Future ambitions
    Cambridge and then research/development in pharmaceuticals
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    Results
    • Maths: Predicted B / Achieved C
    • Biology: Predicted C / Achieved D
    • Chemistry: Predicted B / Achieved C
    • Geography: Predicted A / Achieved B
    Comments and reactions
    Bit annoyed about geography. Have been getting As all year now got a B. Means I'll have to learn case studies etc all again next year. Quite chuffed with chemistry, considering I started the year with an E.

    Future ambitions
    Hoping to get into Bath/ Surrey for accounting and finance
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    (Original post by James A)
    It's results day!
    Hey guys :hi: , the time has come for you to receive your results! Some of you may have been emailed your results or have logged in to your college/sixth form portal; for others, you will have to go collect your results in person. Having been a Year 12 student a few years ago, I can tell you for nothing that you feel just as tense as GCSE results day! I would highly reccomend that you check out this article that the lovely people at TSR put together just for you guys about AS results and what to do next.

    So we've set aside this thread, where you can post your predicted grades and your exam results. In the past few years on TSR these threads seem really popular so we're carrying on the trend

    Feel free to congratulate each other, however we do have the official results day thread for you to use, solely for chatting with others in the same boat! Also you might wanna consider saying your goodbyes in the Year 12 thread and introduce yourself in the Year 13 thread as these threads are very common and are a great way of getting to know other people in the same boat, so to speak :ninja:

    Please check out the A-level results day hub, which has links to many relevant articles that you will find useful!

    On behalf of the Community team and TSR support team, we wish you the best of luck with your results, whatever the outcome!


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    Results
    • Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Chemistry: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Biology: Predicted B / Achieved B
    Comments and reactions
    I'm very pleased with my results, I proved my chemistry teacher wrong as he said I could never get an A

    Future ambitions
    I wish to study Pharmacy in the future which would set me up to become a hospital pharmacist, which is what I have always dreamed of doing



    Results
    • Maths: Predicted B / Achieved B
    • Chemistry: Predicted C / Achieved C
    • Psychology: Predicted B / Achieved C
    • Further Maths: Predicted B/ Achieved C
    • French: Predicted B/ Achieved B
    • General Studies: Predicted C/ Achieved E
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    I'm quite pleased with my results; I was hoping for at least an A in one of my subjects but oh well. In Maths, I got 97/100 for C1 which I'm very proud of but S1 let me down (55/100, that's why I got a B instead of A) hence why I'll probably resit that module next year. General Studies- well, I've never actually attended any of the lessons due to Further Maths so it was inevitable that I got an E even though I tried my best in both papers.
    Future ambitions
    I would like to study Chemistry or Mathematics at either Durham, Warwick, ICL, York or Birmingham; hopefully my predicted grades at A2 will be good enough for those unis. I'd like to study abroad during my degree as well.
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    Law: C
    RE: C
    English Lit: B (This surprised me because I was taken ill in the first exam)

    General Studies: DPsychology: U

    I'm not bothered about those last two! :lol:
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    Yeah I did the new history course.
    Edexcel: Germany -1879-1978 somewhere along those lines.
    Italy- Mussolini and dictatorship
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    (Original post by nwmyname)
    Results
    These are AS
    • Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Chemistry: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Biology: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Physics: Predicted D / Achieved A
    Comments and reactions
    I'm very pleased with my results, I proved my physics & biology teacher wrong as he said I could never get an A (literally)

    Future ambitions
    Don't know yet.
    My teacher said the exact same thing about physics

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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    I'm wondering the same thing but cause its definitely not raw marks

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    (Original post by dannyboy1718)
    Attachment 572964what does this column mean?
    Maybe it's the UCAS points?
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    (Original post by DaVinciGirl)
    My teacher said the exact same thing about physics

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    It's all about whether you're interesting in doing it and getting those grades.

    Also, this exam was much easier in its linearity than the modular equivalent, which is strange to say.
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    (Original post by CLMPeters)
    Are my chances of Medicine gone? I got AABBD- But the D is in chemistry.:/
    Don't you worry, I got a D last year in chemistry and today I achieved a B overall which was very close to an A. Don't give up. Hard work forever pays
 
 
 
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