I have just read somewhere in the forums about A level maths (which i will be doing) and i have been freaked out. People are saying you need at least an A in your gcse and then you might have a chance of doing well. Some said that they got A* and are struggling in their A level maths. I was just wondering what percentage you need in A level maths to get an A
The thing is, that i really wanna do well in maths throughout my career. If i get an A or even possible an A* at gcse, and considering i concentrate hard at A level, do you reckon i can get A
I got A* at GCSE and then only just managed to pass A-Level (got an E). I didn't understand a lot of the course and didn't have very good teachers, though people in the same class as me who got the same at GCSE got A grades at A-Level. I had to teach myself stats in the end as our teacher was so bad - but then I didn't put enough time into other modules, so didn't do as well as I hoped (I had hoped for at least a D but the horrid P3 exam spoiled that). It completely depends on how much work you are going to put in.
Im doing a-level law. i was finding it great till now when we are practicing the a-level past papers. any advise?