i just got my predictions today i was just wondering how everyone else did ?
2 A's, 3B's .. though the mind boggles how accurate predictions can be made so soon.
How did you do btw?
Predicted grades are rarely totally accurate. But they'll play a part in your uni application, so do your best this year.
We had some right rubbish way of predicting grades with the ALIS system which did it based on GCSE grades. We all ignored it and pretty much everyone did better than what they were predicted.
I've only been predicted a grade for Biology, which is a B... Not too fussed about it really as they've based it on alis performance and GCSE.
BBBB, but thats just because of our GCSE results, I got an A (100%) in a Psychology mock so they are hardly accurate.
I only know 4, which are AAAA. Eng Lit is the one I haven't been told about, and I don't feel I'm doing so well in that, so I don't know..
I got 7 As and an A/B but thats cos we get one from each teacher (we have two per subject) as a "projected" grade... Don't know what they do to figure it out...
I'm NOT doing 8 A-levels just to make that clear...
got AAAAAA and B/C for critical thinking... hate the stupid subject! Predictions, that is not actual grades!
Predictions at this point are inaccurate and useless. AS students havent even sat any exams yet. My prediction in physics is too high-- an A. I honestly dont think I will get that.
hey so im finding it a little hard to value the gardes at as level i mean like what is an A equivalent to at GCSE or an As level b and C what are they equivalent to?
Well, I know that my Biology predictions were made partly by using GCSE grades like so:
A* at GCSE = A at A level
A at GCSE = B at A Level etc.
so a c at alevel is a B but why is it sooo bad to have when going to a university
For the subjects I'm doing at school, AAA... I so hope it is right.. probably won't be though, lol.