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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    1) Jump isn't impossible
    2) don't "revise", keep on top of content all the way through, that way you'll know everything for the exan
    Thanks man, btw have you got any advice on what I should do for these a-level subject>''biology,chemistry,math s and maybe history..''
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    I'm I the only one who is planning to get a head start on my chosen a-levels?
    Nooo I hate to admit that I want to too... Haha.


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    Thanks man, btw have you got any advice on what I should do for these a-level subject>''biology,chemistry,math s and maybe history..''
    Biology :puke:
    Chemistry - Have a read of the website "chemguide"
    Maths - brush up on algebra and maybe check out examsolutions.net to start C1/2.

    History - nothing to do until you start the course
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    (Original post by thebestiscoming)
    Thanks man, btw have you got any advice on what I should do for these a-level subject>''biology,chemistry,math s and maybe history..''
    I'm doing same subjects but german in the place of history... Dunno how to prepare for german.. There's no vocab lists like there were for GCSE..


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    I'm doing same subjects but german in the place of history... Dunno how to prepare for german.. There's no vocab lists like there were for GCSE..


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    Brush up on grammar. That's the big one, case systems as well.
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    (Original post by gracey11)
    I'm doing same subjects but german in the place of history... Dunno how to prepare for german.. There's no vocab lists like there were for GCSE..


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    i think that we are in the same situation because on top if those a-levels that you saw i might actually do Italian as well but might change it for history because 5 a-levels is asking for a suicide...
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Brush up on grammar. That's the big one, case systems as well.
    Cheers.. I don't have any books or anything though.. Recommend any websites??



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    (Original post by gracey11)
    Cheers.. I don't have any books or anything though.. Recommend any websites??
    About.com

    And also the Threads on TSR:

    German Learners' Society
    Multilingual and Polyglot Wannabe Thread
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    (Original post by thebestiscoming)
    i think that we are in the same situation because on top if those a-levels that you saw i might actually do Italian as well but might change it for history because 5 a-levels is asking for a suicide...
    Yeh I was doing biology chemistry maths and physics.. Then I decided to do german as well ( thinking that there would be lots of overlap with maths and physics so I could do 5 - also german is a language so not too much revision) but then I realised that there really aren't many benefits of doing 5 and they don't outweigh the work load..


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    I want to do medicine lol but don't want to get my heart too set in it.. Soooo competitive it's ridiculous maybe chemistry..

    Yeh I'm doing an EPQ as well.. yeh I decided I mucchh preferred german to physics (by far my least favourite science)

    We sound pretty similar haha


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    (Original post by gracey11)
    Yeh I was doing biology chemistry maths and physics.. Then I decided to do german as well ( thinking that there would be lots of overlap with maths and physics so I could do 5 - also german is a language so not too much revision) but then I realised that there really aren't many benefits of doing 5 and they don't outweigh the work load..


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    that's exactly what i thought, good luck with ur results btw. Have you got ani resources at the moment, to help you on your a-levels..
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    that's exactly what i thought, good luck with ur results btw. Have you got ani resources at the moment, to help you on your a-levels..
    Haha cheers good luck to you too what are you predicted?? No not yet.. I've been trying to look some websites up..


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    Are you going to do Medicine or dentistry with those A-levels?
    I'm thinking of doing one of them
    My A levels are: Biology, Chemistry, Maths, History and Extended Project
    I don't like Physics

    Jatz
    you practically have the same a-levels as me, i was also planning to go into medicine
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    Haha cheers good luck to you too what are you predicted?? No not yet.. I've been trying to look some websites up..


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    All As and 2 A* but might get higher than that. You?
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    All As and 2 A* but might get higher than that. You?
    8 A*s and 3 As... But I think my teachers overestimate me haha


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    8 A*s and 3 As... But I think my teachers overestimate me haha


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    feels like i just received a slap at my face when i saw ur perdictions,pretty good, im hoping to reach 5 A*:eek:
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    (Original post by Jatz07)
    Awesome man. How many GCSEs are you doing? What grades are you aiming for?
    What uni's are you thinking of?

    I want to do medicine or dentistry too... but most likely medicine?

    Jatz
    I'm doing about 9 gcses.
    aiming for 5 A* although i'm predicted 2. I am currently aiming at ucl,imperial and maybe oxford>(but i'm saying oxford because i know that in my a-levels i am going to work a lot harder).YOU?
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    Awesome man... I'm aiming for 7A* , but we will see how it goes next month

    I would choose cambridge rather than oxford because the problem with oxford is that they base GCSE Results more significant than predicted A2 grades for medicine... plus 70-80% of applicants have majority A*s in gcse, and gcse plays a big part in interview!

    Cambridge is definitely an option for you though Just concentrate on getting high ums at A level, gcse's aren't significant as much as A levels apart from oxford

    Jatz
    Yeah, i have heard, but what other uni's have you got in mind
 
 
 
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