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    (Original post by iram_b)
    How did you get A in Computer Science? It was so hard I failed that one exam. Did you do Python?
    OCR Computer Science, so we don't actually code anything we just have to write pseudocode. Dropped the ****er anyways though.
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    does anyone know if I can still do medicine with a B in chemistry AS (new AQA course)??
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    • Chemistry: Predicted A / Achieved B
    • Biology: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Further Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A


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    idk how I feel about chemistry at the moment but I think I deserved the B, considering how the exam went.

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    Still want to apply to Cambridge for chemical engineering.
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    (Original post by DarkEnergy)
    OCR Computer Science, so we don't actually code anything we just have to write pseudocode. Dropped the ****er anyways though.
    Bloody hell our exam board was AQA and I failed badly, the grade boundaries were sky high.
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    Government and Politics AS (Edexcel): B
    English Language and Literature AS (AQA): B
    French AS (AQA): B
    Psychology AS (AQA): A

    I'm quite pleased with how I did! However it might be tricky dropping psychology seeing as I did the best in it! :dontknow: The subject has bored me for a long time now, I don't want to continue it next year!
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    (Original post by svrabxivb)
    does anyone know if I can still do medicine with a B in chemistry AS (new AQA course)??
    Most universities require AAA medicine so my answer is probably, yes - a B results should land you an A prediction and if not try begging your teachers. Also, the new reformed AS levels don't count towards your final A-level so as long as you work hard next year you'll get in. Also smash your UKCAT/BMAT/GAMSAT/whateverthe****AT!
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    (Original post by svrabxivb)
    does anyone know if I can still do medicine with a B in chemistry AS (new AQA course)??
    hopefully this will put your mind at rest:
    https://www.themedicportal.com/medic...ls-2017-entry/
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    Got my As results and they were not good
    History D predicted B
    Politics D predicted C
    Law E predicted B
    Oh well got told i can resit next year at least
    Quite annoyed as i worked my but off all year and did alot of revision
    Might as well just look to the future
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    Will Cambridge look at the raw marks in the reformed subjects? And is AAAA fine to applying for Cambridge medicine ?
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    I did so sh*t everybody else is getting As and Bs and theres me with CDDE. I must have the lowest grades in the country.
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    (Original post by richpanda)
    I got AAAA in maths, chemistry, french, physics
    kys
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    Maths: Predicted A, achieved an A
    Geography: Predicted A, achieved an A
    D&T Resistant Materials: Predicted A, achieved an A (was a massive relief :O )
    Physics: Predicted B, got a U :/ (2 year linear course)
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    I got A B U in English literature , classical civilisation and Biology. I do history aswell but that's a 2 year course. I'm angry but what can you its life
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    (Original post by black1blade)
    Wait 75/72?
    Oh my bad, wasn't being clear.
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    Maths: A
    Art : ARussian : APhysics : B
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    Biology; predicted A, achieved A
    Maths: predicted A, achieved A
    Chemistry: predicted B, achieved A
    Physics: predicted D, achieved A

    So happy with physics, I'm sure my teacher feels bad now for saying i can achieve anything higher than a D.
    I want to do dentistry
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    (Original post by DaVinciGirl)
    Results
    Biology; predicted A, achieved A
    Maths: predicted A, achieved A
    Chemistry: predicted B, achieved A
    Physics: predicted D, achievedA
    Congratulations
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    • Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    • Further Maths: Predicted A / Achieved A
    (I do Bio, Chem and Physics as well, but my sixth form doesn't offer AS)


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    Convinced myself I was gonna get a B in fmaths so really happy!

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    Medicine at Oxford or UCL
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    Biology: Predicted A / Achieved A
    Chemistry: Predicted A / Achieved B
    Maths: Predicted B / Achieved A
    Computer Science : Predicted B / Achieved A

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    Disappointed with Chemistry , probably will enter for a remark

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    Medicine
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    I did AS in maths and music, got A in both yay!! Do biology and chemistry as well but no AS. Applying for medicine
 
 
 
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