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    (Original post by Asad_2015)
    AS and I'm planning on quitting and probably doing some hair dressing btec I swear 😖 Life will be easier
    No. Don't quit, what subjects are you doing again?
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    (Original post by Cherry82)
    No. Don't quit, what subjects are you doing again?
    Chem bio phy maths further maths 😖
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    (Original post by Asad_2015)
    Chem bio phy maths further maths 😖
    Woah. Ok, sorry for all these questions but I'm trying to see where you're at and if I could help. Is it ok knowing your mock grades?
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    Planning on covering circular motion, elastic potential energy along with questions within an hour


    (Original post by Asad_2015)
    Chem bio phy maths further maths 😖
    You're a special one. A few of my friends who did that combo gave up, and dropped 2 of them at A2.
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    Woah. Ok, sorry for all these questions but I'm trying to see where you're at and if I could help. Is it ok knowing your mock grades?
    Ye I got : D, A,A,B,B, d in physics, b in bio, but these were early on in Dec wen we didn't cover much now probably worse 😰
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    Planning on covering circular motion, elastic potential energy along with questions within an hour




    You're a special one. A few of my friends who did that combo gave up, and dropped 2 of them at A2.
    Exactly Wat I'm planning if I do really bad :/
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    (Original post by Asad_2015)
    Exactly Wat I'm planning if I do really bad :/
    Which subjects out of those are you more confident with?
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Which subjects out of those are you more confident with?
    Maths and then maybe Chem ..
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    Ye I got : D, A,A,B,B, d in physics, b in bio, but these were early on in Dec wen we didn't cover much now probably worse 😰
    - Awesome. Trust me, you'll be fine. An E's a pass at AS also with your sciences they are mock grades. You're real exam is next year. You'll probably turn out with all As lol. I thought you knew nothing at all. If you knew nothing I was about to say aim to pass then apply for adjustment. People sometimes do better than there predicted grades. Keep up the good work
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    - Awesome. Trust me, you'll be fine. An E's a pass at AS also with your sciences they are mock grades. You're real exam is next year. You'll probably turn out with all As lol. I thought you knew nothing at all. If you knew nothing I was about to say aim to pass then apply for adjustment. People sometimes do better than there predicted grades. Keep up the good work
    I'm trying I just don't have much time to do my content ;( like biology I actually have 0 clue.
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    You can do it!
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    No revision for meeee!
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    Already graduated bruh
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    (Original post by Asad_2015)
    Maths and then maybe Chem ..
    I would personally advise to get Bio and Physics out of the way as quick as possible, as they require you to remember a lot (especially Biology). With Bio, the best way to revise for them is to do lots of questions right after reading notes and correcting your answer.
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    lol starting revision now after procrastinating all day
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    Anyone still up
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    lol starting revision now after procrastinating all day
    guess what.. nothing :eek:

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    You can do it!


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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    I would personally advise to get Bio and Physics out of the way as quick as possible, as they require you to remember a lot (especially Biology). With Bio, the best way to revise for them is to do lots of questions right after reading notes and correcting your answer.
    Ye when I get a topic done 😂😂
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    No revision for meeee!
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    Already graduated bruh
    That spoiler 😂😂
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    Anyone still up
    Lol what time you went bed 😖 Your like extreme midnightet 😂
 
 
 
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