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    Edexcel Biology IAL - 298/300 UMS (A)
    Edexcel Physics IAL - 290/300 UMS (A)
    Edexcel Chemistry IAL - 286/300 UMS (A)
    Edexcel IAL C12 - 183/200 UMS (A) & S1 - 99/100 UMS (A).
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    The unit will contain most of the same stuff. Edexcel is the more popular exam board for Maths that's all.
    Alright kls

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    Maths: Predicted B / Achieved A
    Chemistry: Predicted C / Achieved A
    Physics: Predicted B / Achieved B
    Art: Predicted C / Achieved B

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    Kinda expected these results, although thought it would've been an A in art instead of Chemistry
    Future Ambitions
    Studying architecture at uni, want to goto Cambridge but don't think I can get an offer with these AS grades.
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    AAA in maths biology and chemistry at AS level
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    BBB in History, English Lit/Lang and Media
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    A*AB in Economics, Biology and Maths respectively
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    Biology: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Psychology: Predicted A / Achieved A
    ICT: Predicted A / Achieve A
    Chemistry: Predicted B / Achieved B

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    Over the moon! SO happy with these results considering the fact I came out of every exam wanting to cry.

    Future Ambitions
    To study either Law or Psychology at university
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    • Maths (Edexcel): Predicted A / Achieved C (33 UMS in D1 so retaking - Just need 72 UMS for A (201 right now)
    • Physics (OCR A): Predicted E >/ Achieved B (Best grade I got)
    • Computer Science (OCR): Predicted B / Achieved B
    • Electronics (A2, OCR): Predicted B / Achieved B (459UMS, Thinking of retaking F613 and F614)
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    I didn't finish all questions in D1, so this is probably why. I wanted AABB minimum (as this would allow me to apply for unis like Loughborough and Surrey quite comfortably.) However, since my predictions probably won't be more than BBBB, I am at a wall right now (In terms of the unis I can apply to.)
    Also, my parents are gonna be scrutinising my every movements from this day forward (especially on the computer + phone since I'm a known procrastinator and my mum thinks I spend too much time on YouTube), since I'm a failiure in their eyes, even though I know I'm not, but they will beat me down and I fear this will make it harder to learn, as they fill my mind with fixed, garbage thoughts that I don't want or need right now.
    Future ambitions
    I would like to apply for Electronic engineering, but the C in maths (which is trivial to improve) will seriously hurt my uni chances. I may have to reapply in a gap year when my grades improve, but I don't know what to do on UCAS. *sigh*
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    (Original post by naomi288)
    A*AB in Economics, Biology and Maths respectively
    You cannot obtain an A* at AS level. So you are either lying, or you haven't realised that this thread is for AS.
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    I only realised when I read the thread title
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    (Original post by WilliamO7)
    Results
    • Maths (Edexcel): Predicted A / Achieved C (33 UMS in D1 so retaking - Just need 72 UMS for A (201 right now)
    • Physics (OCR A): Predicted E >/ Achieved B (Best grade I got)
    • Computer Science (OCR): Predicted B / Achieved B
    • Electronics (A2, OCR): Predicted B / Achieved B (459UMS, Thinking of retaking F613 and F614)
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    I didn't finish all questions in D1, so this is probably why. I wanted AABB minimum (as this would allow me to apply for unis like Loughborough and Surrey quite comfortably.) However, since my predictions probably won't be more than BBBB, I am at a wall right now (In terms of the unis I can apply to.)
    Also, my parents are gonna be scrutinising my every movements from this day forward (especially on the computer + phone since I'm a known procrastinator and my mum thinks I spend too much time on YouTube), since I'm a failiure in their eyes, even though I know I'm not, but they will beat me down and I fear this will make it harder to learn, as they fill my mind with fixed, garbage thoughts that I don't want or need right now.
    Future ambitions
    I would like to apply for Electronic engineering, but the C in maths (which is trivial to improve) will seriously hurt my uni chances. I may have to reapply in a gap year when my grades improve, but I don't know what to do on UCAS. *sigh*
    A reminder that this is an AS thread so your electronics doesn't count here. I know a lot of people had that problem with D1 (I started at the back).
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    A reminder that this is an AS thread so your electronics doesn't count here. I know a lot of people had that problem with D1 (I started at the back).
    Yeah, I started from the algorithm question, and then went to the critical path analysis one, and only had 10 mins to do the rest, so I messed up pretty badly.

    AS electronics got a B last year, so I'm thinking of retaking the coursework (got 53/80 UMS I believe.)
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    • Subject: Maths Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Subject: Sociology Predicted E / Achieved C
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    I was very unhappy with the UMS marks I got in Maths :c89 for c1, I blame the migraine I had at the begging of the exam as I could have gotten 100.91 for c2, I don't know why but I became extremely anxious about half way through and rushed which lead to misreading 2 questions completely.
    89 for M1, I got all of the final answers correct so my working was not up to standard.
    I did worse in the real exam than literally every single one of my practice papers.

    I was very happy for sociology as I didn't go to any lessons for the past 3 months as I dropped it.

    Future ambitions
    Computer Science at University of Sheffield (or oxford if I am super duper lucky, no harm trying)
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    AAAA in Maths, Physics, Chem and Bio.

    Will Imperial consider baring in mind I only have 1 A* at GCSE, and also, how can I find out my science UMS scores???
    Chemical engineering btw
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    (Original post by espicton98)
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    EPQ: A* (predicted A)
    Sociology:A (predicted B)
    Politics: C (predicted D)

    Comments
    I wasn't entered for AS exams in History or English (my two strongest) absolutely ecstatic with my results, I'm dropping politics but was a complete miracle to pass as there has been many teaching issues with it this year

    Future Ambitions
    English literature at Cambridge
    What did you do your EPQ about and was it hard work? Thinking about doing one next year in year 13 to get me more tariff points but not sure if ill be able to cope. I've heard its hard work!
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    I know I'm a bit late but this is how I did

    Results:
    Edexcel Maths: A (C1:100 C2:97 S1:89)
    Edexcel Further Maths: A (FP1:99 S2:98 D1:84)
    Edexcel Economics: A (122 overall)
    AQA Physics: A (Dunno marks new spec)

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    Quite surprised really cos I was preparing for AABB. Wish D1 UMS was slightly higher but definitely not retaking (I hated D1 lol). Very happy with S2 UMS because it means I only have to average 90 UMS in 2 Further Maths modules next year to get an A*

    Future Ambitions
    Maths and Econ at any top uni
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    History: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Sociology: Predicted B / Achieved A
    Economics: Predicted C / Achieved A
    Psychology: Predicted B / Achieved B

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    I honestly did not expect these results in a million years!! This was my second attempt at AS Levels after going to the wrong sixth form and choosing wrong subjects last year... I got BDEU last year!
    Economics was my worst subject and I'd never gotten above a C in any test, when I saw that I somehow managed an A with the exam going so badly and the amount of waffle I wrote, I was so so shocked. I was adamant I'd got a D, my teachers knew how much I hated it and I doubt they even thought I could do it!!! (I'm definitely getting the papers back to see what miracle happened!)
    I revised the most for psychology, so I'm kind of disappointed I didn't get an A, however, a B is brilliant and I just need to work harder on it next year!!
    History and Sociology I'm over the moon about, they are definitely my strongest subjects and I couldn't be happier with what I got!

    Future Ambitions
    Modern History or History at Politics at Uni!
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    (Original post by BluntBluster)
    AAAA in Maths, Physics, Chem and Bio.

    Will Imperial consider baring in mind I only have 1 A* at GCSE, and also, how can I find out my science UMS scores???
    Chemical engineering btw
    I have a friend who got an offer from imperial with worse gcses. A level seems to be the pivotal qualifications.
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    B: English Lit (Edexcel new spec/predicted A)
    B: Gov & Politics (OCR/predicted A)
    A: Classics (OCR/predicted A)
    B: RS (OCR/predicted B)

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    Was initially disappointed too see ABBB as I was hoping for AAAB/AABB but they could have gone a lot worse!!

    Resitting Unit 1 Politics as I normally perform much better in that module and was only one mark off an A in Unit 2.

    I'm also having one of my RS units remarked- I doubt it will make a difference but I thought it was work a shot as I achieved 90 UMS in one unit and 65UMS in the other.

    English is linear so the AS results doesn't actually count towards my final grade.




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    • Subject: Maths Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Subject: English Language Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Subject: Philosophy and Ethics Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Subject: Chinese Predicted A / Achieved A


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    Pretty happy with my results, especially maths given I got a C in my mechanics mock in February, although I only just scraped the A in Chinese (got 80 UMS) so I think I'm going to drop it as I'm not sure I can pull off an A next year!

    Future ambitions
    I'd like to study Japanese at Cambridge, hence the need for an A in Chinese (A*AA offer). Just need to get my PS done and practise a bit for admissions assessments!
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Bad luck having to do English Lit, psychology and sociology...[/list]
    Haha...
    Wait, why's that?:mute:
 
 
 
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