you got an offer of ACC to study medicine at oxford, the hell?(Original post by Ignoramus)
Yeah mocks really don't mean anything because by the time the exam comes round you'll hopefully have revised harder and have the added adrenaline/pressure boost that will psych you up - makes a big difference in the end!
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Is it likely that I can get an A/B in my real exams when I got D's in the mocks? watch
- 28-01-2010 15:06
- 28-01-2010 15:09
I got a low D for my c1 mock
High A for the real thing.
- 28-01-2010 15:13
Yeah fine, i got DDE in my mocks and came out with ABB (A in the E!) so all was good
- 28-01-2010 15:18
Depends how hard you worked for that D.
I got a U in a mock, then got an A in the real thing. So long as you know your areas of weakness, know what you need to know and revise a lot, only you can determine your grades - we don't know how clever you are. x
(Original post by Jfranny)
- 28-01-2010 18:55
you got an offer of ACC to study medicine at oxford, the hell?
- 28-01-2010 20:40
Got predicted an E, was told I was gonna fail, ended up getting an A with all my effort!
You can do it!
- 28-01-2010 21:42
Heck, mocks are generally harder because the marks are raw. They don't get uniformed like the real thing.