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    (Original post by kennz)
    No problem, glad it helped and thank you. Good luck with your A-Levels
    Best of luck with your teaching assistant role and university!
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    Hope this helps

    Hope this helps.
    As somebody who is also doing Maths and further maths this helps a lot, really informative, thanks!
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    As somebody who is also doing Maths and further maths this helps a lot, really informative, thanks!
    No problem, at first I thought you were highlighting the fact I said 'hope this helps' twice All the best
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    (Original post by EnterNamehereplz)
    I could have gone to a grammar school, I didn't and I now regret it because while I did above average in my school I got mediocre grades. If I got above average in a Grammar school I would probably got ABBC minimum.
    I second this, got into bluecoat (in Liverpool) but decided not to because I wanted to stay with friends. While I don't regret my decision since I still got good grades at GCSE at least (doing A-levels next year) if I could go back and re-choose I would 100% ditch my friends.
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I second this, got into bluecoat (in Liverpool) but decided not to because I wanted to stay with friends. While I don't regret my decision since I still got good grades at GCSE at least (doing A-levels next year) if I could go back and re-choose I would 100% ditch my friends.
    I know man I wish I did that too. Also to OP Id still recommending sitting AS so you can have good predictions for university. You can still sit them just they won't count. It will give you good practice.
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    (Original post by amxnda_ldn)
    do you have to have done GCSE economics in order to understand what is taught at the beginning of AS?
    Hey i take the GCSE (aqa) and am doing it next year. Having had a look at the syllabus there is a lot of overlaps between the AS and the GCSE but im pretty sure they'll teach it all again thoroughly next year. The GCSE course isnt as depth and is only really useful for exam technique
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    (Original post by drogon)
    Hey i take the GCSE (aqa) and am doing it next year. Having had a look at the syllabus there is a lot of overlaps between the AS and the GCSE but im pretty sure they'll teach it all again thoroughly next year. The GCSE course isnt as depth and is only really useful for exam technique
    okay, thank you
 
 
 
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