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    (Original post by TwirlGirl)
    Why do you insist on making the same thread more than once? Just because your answers weren't what you wanted to hear a couple of days ago...... :rolleyes:
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    Pure Core 3 - 80%
    Pure Core 4 - 80%
    Decison 1 - 80%
    Depending on how good at maths you are, C3 and C4 could be a bit of a challenege. May be worth resitting your AS modules -they are far easier after doing your A level and it's incredibly easy to get very high marks to prop up your A2 marks (you could achieve 90%+ in a resit of C1/C2). D1 is considered the easiest module in A-level maths. But because it's easy, it's hard to get high UMS mark and messing up one question could easily drop you a grade. From what I've heard it's just lots of learning rather than skills - start revising early and you should be fine.


    Economics - 60%
    Economics - 60%
    If you learn your stuff (memorise all the graphs for perfect/monopolistic/monopoly competition etc.) then you'll be fine. Lots of the Economics is just purely memorising stuff, so again, looking over your notes far in advance isn't going to do you any harm. It depends how you handle revision - personally, I work best by just going over alot in the couple of weeks before the exam and shoving it all in my head.
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    I would've appreciated this thread more if it were concering these january exams
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    I would've appreciated this thread more if it were concering these january exams
    Well that is the problem, I messed these ones up simply due to not revising .
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    Revise the day before? doable?well, i'm hoping it is arghhh so much to do
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    Eh? As all those percentages are less than or equal to 80%, surely your already on track for an A and should be able to keep it up?
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    Can you pull of the impossible? Erm, no you can't. Who on here could possibly tell you if you can or can't do it. I suggest you go and start learning or revising your subjects, instead of thinking and making threads on the chances of you getting A's.
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