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    is there any one out here who has done or is currently doing alevel maths, if so, is there anyone out here who improve from a grade D or E to a grade B? Is it possible? And for those who attained a grade B, what were your individual marks for each module, P1? etc.
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    (Original post by eastldn)
    is there any one out here who has done or is currently doing alevel maths, if so, is there anyone out here who improve from a grade D or E to a grade B? Is it possible? And for those who attained a grade B, what were your individual marks for each module, P1? etc.
    At the moment I am in year 12 doing AS Mathematics.

    Yes, it is definitely possible to improve from D/E to B - As long as you work at your maths, do loads of questions and WANT to improve.
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    (Original post by eastldn)
    is there any one out here who has done or is currently doing alevel maths, if so, is there anyone out here who improve from a grade D or E to a grade B? Is it possible? And for those who attained a grade B, what were your individual marks for each module, P1? etc.
    Sure. You could go from a U to a perfect A theoretically if you resit all modules.
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    (Original post by capslock)
    Sure. You could go from a U to a perfect A theoretically if you resit all modules.
    True!
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    (Original post by eastldn)
    is there any one out here who has done or is currently doing alevel maths, if so, is there anyone out here who improve from a grade D or E to a grade B? Is it possible? And for those who attained a grade B, what were your individual marks for each module, P1? etc.
    70-80 each module! for those with b's
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    (Original post by eastldn)
    is there any one out here who has done or is currently doing alevel maths, if so, is there anyone out here who improve from a grade D or E to a grade B? Is it possible? And for those who attained a grade B, what were your individual marks for each module, P1? etc.
    Gone from a 'C' grade A-level to 'B' grade A-level. I know I can easily attain an A, just by resitting 2 modules.
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    You definately can, with lots of help and TONS of questions (like the heinemann textbooks) anyone can get an A, although for a E student it's going to take a lot of work and a lot of will power to want to understand what's going on.
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    It tends to be with maths that many students are on a C/D/E grade up until about a month before thier exam - and within the last month, after hundreds of pratice papers, you get used to the exam questions and alot of what you learnt early on sinks in - I've always found I've learnt more within the last week of before my exam than any other time!

    (Original post by Katie Heskins)
    It tends to be with maths that many students are on a C/D/E grade up until about a month before thier exam - and within the last month, after hundreds of pratice papers, you get used to the exam questions and alot of what you learnt early on sinks in - I've always found I've learnt more within the last week of before my exam than any other time!
    i could not agree more
 
 
 
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