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    Try looking at the entry requirements for law degrees on university websites
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    WJEC aka Zero Resources Exam Board
    with them for english.
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    If you're in a rural area look north. Apparently the Aurora is the strongest it's been in years.
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    (Original post by AstroFonic)
    I'm intending to do LAW at university.
    What AS-Level courses should i take? (Not Law)
    There are no set requirements for law but you probably want essay subjects like history or english literature
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    (Original post by Steliata)
    If you're in a rural area look north. Apparently the Aurora is the strongest it's been in years.
    That is if you're not enshrouded in fog.
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    Had my English mock today, went pretty decent i think


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    (Original post by dumb cabbage)
    Had my English mock today, went pretty decent i think


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    Why are you guys doing your mocks so late? We did ours on january
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    (Original post by weirdpersonnn)
    Why are you guys doing your mocks so late? We did ours on january
    We had our first mock in December but we had another one now to see if we are improving


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    I'm completely puzzled about my A-Levels.

    I'm a science-y guy, and I'm aiming for some sort of engineering at a good University, so I'm currently definitely going to do the following:
    Maths A2
    Physics A2
    The part that I'm stuck on is whether or not to do Further Maths with that, because I am not sure if I'm actually smart enough to do Further Maths A-Level, or even just to AS. I am currently predicted an A* at GCSE, but in my mock I got an A and have been doing badly in every other test, so I get B, A*, B, A*. This is really confusing me, because I don't know whether or not I'm smart enough to do Further Maths A-Level. I currently do Further Maths GCSE, but find it pretty hard, and am predicted an A.
    My other 2 A-Levels that I'm thinking of doing are Electronics or Computing, but I have never studied either of them, and have no GCSEs for them. I really like the sound of Computing as I think ti would be cool to be able to code/program, and would be a handy skill for later life, and for Electronics, well, I think it looks pretty cool to be able to build the actual objects that surround us.
    I'm only allowed to do 4 A-Levels, so what are the 2 best out of the 3 A-Levels that I have suggested for an Engineering focus? Or even suggest another A-Level that I could do instead of Computing/Electronics?
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    Anybody else applied for 5 alevels? I'm predicted to get 7a*s and 5as. What about you guys?


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    got my timetable! 22 exams here i come...

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    ffs there's everyone with all a's and a*'s and then there's me like Yep cool....


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    (Original post by ha27)
    got my timetable! 22 exams here i come...

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    Lucky! I have 29 exams
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    So worried about gcses omg


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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    So worried about gcses omg


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    Same Erghh im actually so scared


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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    Yeah that's a good idea, I definitely need to go over my y10 stuff, do u revise before school?


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    Well not as much as I should, I usually use it as a way of catching up on homeworks but as I get closer to the exams I intend to do so, I think I'm gonna revise 7am-10:30pm in the easter holidays cause I haven't really reviewed much yet so got a long way to go
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    (Original post by hannibalwilleat)
    Anybody else applied for 5 alevels? I'm predicted to get 7a*s and 5as. What about you guys?


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    Yup five a-levels - F.Maths,Maths,Bio,Chem,Spanish
    9 - a*s
    2 - a's
    1 - b (but I got a high a* in both dec and march mocks so take that)
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    (Original post by elephants_)
    Lucky! I have 29 exams
    In the middle with 25
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    Anyone doing Edexcel ICT unit 3? Please any resources will help
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    I got my maths mock back today, I actually did quite a bit better than I'd expected. If I work really hard it might just become an A* in June...
    I know there will be plenty of you who don't have to, but how do you all revise for maths?? I've probably asked this before, but whatever I revise I can't seem to apply in exam conditions. :confused:
 
 
 
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