If you get C/D's at GCSE, I'm sorry but there is no way that you'll be able to get into Oxford/Cambridge, who regularly reject people with straight A*'s. Anyway, I don't know a single person who managed to improve their performance from GCSE to A Level, so it's unlikely you'd get the grades anyway. Don't want to be harsh, but the reality is you'd be better off setting your sites on mid-level universities and working as hard as possible in your A Levels.
Getting crap GCSE's.. but still hoping for top unis. Doable? Watch
- 24-05-2016 14:37
(Original post by shahj_123)
- 24-05-2016 14:45
I dont find studying generally hard.. i just missed over half a school year, decided not to come in etc. I think i may have over exaggerated my dumbness a bit. I think ill be able to get B's and A's in maths and sciences considering my ISA's were A's and last year i got AA in additional science so im not too unfamiliar with the syllabus just didnt open any of my books nor attend classes for a hell of a long time - roughly just over half a year. Thats why i think ill do much better at a levels as 1. ill have interest in what im studying 2. ill know what it feels like to be an arrogant prick, not turn up for classes then fail miserably