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    :sadnod: :no: :bawling: My results were out last monday (International A-levels) and I got abbc...

    a-economics
    b-math
    b-thinking skills
    c-physics

    I can't deny that I'm not a mediocre student, my results in school fluctuate constantly and I have no idea why... Surprisingly (or fortunately) I've got straight as in my school trials, that's why my prediction was good.

    I will be retaking AS-physics and AS-math together with my A2 subjects (Econs, Physcis, Math, Further Math).

    I really wanted to drop Further Math but Warwick University just offered me a conditional offer that I must get A in Further Math.

    It feels awful really....

    Nonetheless, I've come out a new timetable (old one was bit slack-ish)

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    Monday-Friday (with a little adjustment on wednesday)
    8pm- Homework
    9pm - Econs
    10pm - Physics
    11pm - Further Math

    Saturday (past years madness)
    any Daytime:
    Physics -AS
    Math - AS
    Further Math

    any Night time:
    Econs- A2
    Physics -A2
    Math -A2

    Sunday:
    Econs (reading and revise)
    Physics (revise)
    Further Math

    ============================

    What do you reckon?
    Do you think there's still time?
    I'm still feeling down for my results now..
    Any good motivation that I could work further?

    T.T

    I'm still whining.... sobs
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    I don't understand..
    You are having a breakdown with those results..?
    Are you in AS or A2?
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    When's your next exam? If it's May/June time, then chillax february and start revision in march/april. So you got lower grades than expected, so what - you're not the only one in th world... Revise more next time and good luck.
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    You can still get better grades. I had BBC after AS results (and scores equivalent to about an E for further maths), and I did the same subjects as you are doing. After several resits and working really rather hard for A2 exams, and I got AAAC. So it's possible.
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    You can still get better grades. I had BBC after AS results (and scores equivalent to about an E for further maths), and I did the same subjects as you are doing. After several resits and working really rather hard for A2 exams, and I got AAAC. So it's possible.
    This really lightened me up ^^ Thank you

    (Original post by SomeStudent)
    When's your next exam? If it's May/June time, then chillax february and start revision in march/april. So you got lower grades than expected, so what - you're not the only one in th world... Revise more next time and good luck.
    What do you think of my timetable... do you think it's doable?
 
 
 

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