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    (Original post by Muttley79)
    Why is your school using levels when they were discontinued two years ago?

    You can't predict GCSE from these - what were your KS2 levels?
    5 5 5
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    My ks3 results were - 5 5 5
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    (Original post by FutureDreamer)
    My ks3 results were - 5 5 5
    I think you could predict your a level results with those. Aab

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    (Original post by FutureDreamer)
    5 5 5
    OK were they 5c,5b or 5a?

    In my school level 5s are expected to get a minimum of grade A at GCSE - this will be 7 in the new GCSE grading.
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    (Original post by Gladiatorsword)
    I think you could predict your a level results with those. Aab

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    Oh okay, that's good, I had techniqual issues so i keeped sending the result.
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    (Original post by FutureDreamer)
    Oh okay, that's good, I had techniqual issues so i keeped sending the result.
    I sense potential. You will do great things in life my comrade

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    Your levels are fine. When I was in year 7 I never thought about GCSEs - I still wasn't even 100% sure what they were Please don't be worrying about them now.
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    2 5bs - English and science 5c - maths
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    (Original post by FutureDreamer)
    2 5bs - English and science5c - maths
    OK - then you should be aiming for at least 7s.

    There are several years to go so keep working hard.
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    (Original post by FutureDreamer)
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    My friend i have looked meticulously into my crystal ball
    In gcsee you shall achieve a minimum of 8 a*
    At a level you will achieve a*aa and will study medicine at university
    Celebrate my comrade you will achieve great success
    Your ks3 results are promising
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    I don't think year 7 results are particularly a good indicator for gcses
    My year 7 results weren't anything special that is for sure.
    And cmon no one gives a crap about year 7-9 srs.

    I still done alright in the end so don't think about these things!

    Plus the kids who got the highest KS2 & KS3 overall in my school didn't get the highest for GCSE.
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    (Original post by Gladiatorsword)
    My friend i have looked meticulously into my crystal ball
    In gcsee you shall achieve a minimum of 8 a*
    At a level you will achieve a*aa and will study medicine at university
    Celebrate my comrade you will achieve great success
    Your ks3 results are promising
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