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    (Original post by blue2337)
    I did! I didn't do a single science, I did 2 Englishes, History and Classics and got high As in all of them
    Very nice!

    What will you be doing in the future?
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    (Original post by BEARichards)
    WELL DONE ON YOUR AMAZING RESULTS EVERYONE!
    Here are my results
    -FRENCH: Predicted by teachers: A / Predicted by me: A / Actual result: A (I got 100%! So happy!)
    -SPANISH: Predicted by teachers: A / Predicted by me: B / Actual result: A
    -GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS: Predicted by teachers: B / Predicted by me: C / Actual result: A !! (I got 98% in this which really surprised me!)

    I'm so happy, I've had a really tricky year so AAA was such an achievement! I'm dropping politics next year so I will be doing French, Spanish and Psychology (it's linear so all exams are next year!)
    damn are you french? lol
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    • English Literature: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Sociology: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Government and Poltics: Predicted C / Achieved A
    • Psychology: Predicted B / Achieved B
    • EPQ: Predicted A / Achieved A
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    Happy with it all (especially English which was HUGELY unexpected)

    Future ambitions
    These are my AS results but I hope to do Psychology
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    • Maths: no prediction / Achieved A
    • General Studies: no prediction / Achieved C
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    I am deeply satisfied.

    Future ambitions
    Carry on studying A Levels?
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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    Same damn hopefully i can get that in D1 has anybody done D1 if so what do you guys think of it and any tips
    D1 is not very Mathsy. There are 4 mark questions for putting a list of numbers into an order. The hardest bit is graphical inequalities with a silly level of contextual depth. The boundaries are usually very high though.
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    • Creative Writing: Predicted A / Achieved A (76 UMS/80 for CREW1:woo:)
    • Government & Politics: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Sociology: Predicted A / Achieved A
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    So happy! We weren't given any predictions at my college so those are just what I thought I'd get. Surprised I did better in GOVP2 than GOVP1 considering I found the former far, far more difficult...

    Future ambitions
    I really don't know... I keep changing my mind on university courses; I'm really struggling to find one I enjoy. I've done lots of research but nothing's really grabbing me.
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    D1 is not very Mathsy. There are 4 mark questions for putting a list of numbers into an order. The hardest bit is graphical inequalities with a silly level of contextual depth. The boundaries are usually very high though.
    Thank you for the Info

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    (Original post by LenniesRabbit)
    Results
    • English Literature: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Sociology: Predicted B / Achieved A
    • Government and Poltics: Predicted C / Achieved A
    • Psychology: Predicted B / Achieved B
    • EPQ: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Bad luck having to do English Lit, psychology and sociology...
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    (Original post by spoiler-s)
    I am in year 12 but I learnt and sat all the maths exams for the full A2 - which is how I got the A*! The statistics however is an AS
    Therefore, in this thread your results are as follows:
    • Statistics: Predicted A / Achieved A
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    Very nice!

    What will you be doing in the future?
    Ahahahahahha, literally no clue.

    First off I want to get into Cambridge to do Linguistics, and then maybe do a masters and PhD or something in a more specific area? Or, after getting my BA, I'll find a job which has a semi-decent pay and try and work my way up in that? Or I might do a transfer from Linguistics to Psychology or Law or something like that?

    TLDR I have no frickin clue
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    Am i the only one who didn't do AS exams for subjects that are now two year courses? We just did a mock in school for those subjects
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    Maths: Predicted A, achieved A (including 100UMS in C1)
    Further Maths: Predicted A, achieved A
    Physics: Predicted B, achieved A
    Chemistry: Predicted A, achieved A

    Also my further maths class were entered for C3 maths - got 100UMS, still don't know how...

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    Very pleased, especially with C3, and with physics.

    Future ambitions

    Study mechanical engineering @ Imperial
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    English language: Predicted B / Achieved B
    English literature: Predicted C / Achieved C
    Psychology: Predicted C / Achieved C

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    Those grades could have been so much better but at least I got my predicted grades and am allowed to carry on to year 13!

    Future ambitions

    To study English language and linguistics at Southampton university
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    (Original post by RZA17)
    Firstly, congratulationsssss. May I ask, how you revised??? I need as much advise as I can get.
    My revision method is tailored towards me and works best for me so I wouldn't recommend it for others. If I'm revising the content then I literally re-read and memorise things. If i have plenty of time ill make a few revision cards. Once I've learned all the content I do all the papers while constantly reviewing my notes and the textbook notes.

    Definitely do all the past papers available to you!
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    D1 is not very Mathsy. There are 4 mark questions for putting a list of numbers into an order. The hardest bit is graphical inequalities with a silly level of contextual depth. The boundaries are usually very high though.
    That awkward moment when you say the grade boundaries are 'very high' yet 100 UMS in D1 edexcel this year was 63/75 haha
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    just spend a load of money on remarks! 1 mark off an A in German and 1 mark off an A in politics? Do you think I have a good chance of making BB go up to AA
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    (Original post by matt.thorne10)
    That awkward moment when you say the grade boundaries are 'very high' yet 100 UMS in D1 edexcel /this year was 63/75
    I said usually. The mean grade boundary for D1 is 75/75. haha
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    Do less bragging and more reading?
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    (Original post by RachelCx99)
    Is sociology AQA? If it is, how many points did you get as I got a B and I am trying to work out how many points away from an A I was
    No, my board was OCR, sorry!
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    (Original post by matt.thorne10)
    That awkward moment when you say the grade boundaries are 'very high' yet 100 UMS in D1 edexcel this year was 63/75 haha
    I do aqa is that better?

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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    I do aqa is that better?
    The unit will contain most of the same stuff. Edexcel is the more popular exam board for Maths that's all.
 
 
 
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