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    Hey i was just wondering if anyone who did maths, physics or chemistry at Alevel tell me how there module exam marks went from As to A2?
    What were your module grades throughout the years if you dont mind saying?
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    I did OCR Physics and Chemistry at A-level.

    Physics:
    AS - Forces and Motion A, Electrons and Photons A, Wave Properties A
    A2 - Forces Fields and Energy B, Nuclear and Particle Physics A, Unifying Concepts A
    Overall - A

    Chemistry:
    AS - Foundation B (retook it the next year, got an A), Chains and Rings A, How Far How Fast B
    A2 - Chains Rings and Spectroscopy A, Trends and Patterns B, Transition Elements B
    Overall - B
    A2 was worse than AS, but that was only because I hated Transition Elements with a burning, fiery passion.
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    hmmm interesting i'm worried i wont get my grades
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    You certainly applied conservatively for someone with A*A*A predictions :holmes:
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    Stayed pretty much the same tbh
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    (Original post by mattdst)
    Stayed pretty much the same tbh
    Maths-285
    Chem-260
    Phy-250 (dam ISA's make me loose lots of marks)
    so worried
 
 
 
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