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    (Original post by SK-mar)
    fair enough, that seems logical. Well, after posting this thread it seems clear (ignoring the first couple of rash posts) that I will definitely be writing about my subjects. for biology i have a good idea. and now maths i will expand on thinking logically and how it enables me to tackle any subject logically etc.. for chemistry ill come across something similar with how studying such a hard subject has prepared me for others etc... lol cheers!

    just outa question, what were your gcse's, extra currics like?? thanks in advance ...
    well, i did an extended project as well which i would advise everyone to do, it is incredibly easy to get an A* in. You can do it in year 13, the time it took me to do all together was about... 5 hours!

    so you can do that as well, its worth 70 UCAS points, so half an A level, but it's not the UCAS points you would usually do this project, it's to show more variety of subjects to unis and also if you fall short of your A level condition, this might help you get in.
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