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    My worst grade was E in statistics (And I went to a Maths specialist High School.
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    Geography - C! I knew I was screwing up because it was boring as ****, but I was thinking more like a B. later found out I was very close to the C/D boundary.
    Defo feels good to be doing three subjects not 9
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    (Original post by cleverslacker)
    Geography - C! I knew I was screwing up because it was boring as ****, but I was thinking more like a B. later found out I was very close to the C/D boundary.
    Defo feels good to be doing three subjects not 9
    I love geography sad to hear that you didn't enjoy it :/ but a C is still a decent grade


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    (Original post by Alotties)
    The 3 I did worst in were Physics, Chemistry and Textiles Design.
    I got C's in all 3, and Physics I only got the C by one mark!
    Funnily enough, I am now hoping to do a Chemistry degree
    Yeah but gcse chemistry was boring a level is far more enjoyable and so is easier to learn because the enthusiasm is there! - good luck with your chemistry degree


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    (Original post by winningjojo)
    I love geography sad to hear that you didn't enjoy it :/ but a C is still a decent grade
    Geography, and also history, are two areas I find interesting in the form of clicking my way through wikipedia, but not studying as a formal subject.
    and thanks trouble is I go to quite a clever school, I did relatively bad. Some of my friends got like 10 A*s
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    (Original post by winningjojo)
    Yeah but gcse chemistry was boring a level is far more enjoyable and so is easier to learn because the enthusiasm is there! - good luck with your chemistry degree


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    I agree with you 200%, the a level is so much better! I'm glad my teacher still let me in, as usually you need a B at gcse to get in to the A level class. Thank you for the luck!
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    Was on track for an A in History.

    I got a D in my last module. I'm now on track for a C and want to do A Level... maybe I should rethink.
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    (Original post by Bonoahx)
    Was on track for an A in History.

    I got a D in my last module. I'm now on track for a C and want to do A Level... maybe I should rethink.
    Resit your last module?


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    Maths, i did get a C in the end but boy was i glad i didn't have to do it again.
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    Drama - I got an E in the writing section- luckily my A in the practical stuff scraped it up to a B 😊


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    (Original post by Alotties)
    I agree with you 200%, the a level is so much better! I'm glad my teacher still let me in, as usually you need a B at gcse to get in to the A level class. Thank you for the luck!
    I got an a* at gcse but that was more because I just regurgitated facts then me actually understanding anything (amazing what you can blag really) what are you hoping for at a level?


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    French was my worst i got a C
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    My lowest were german, biology, english lit and english lang. (I got A's in them).
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    Film Studies. I was forced to do it in year 9 as our class were "testing" it in place of English for one year. I ended up with a teacher who had no idea what she was doing and a D overall! I got a D in Science in year 11 too
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    For me it was technology...
    My secondary school stupidly decided to put everyone on the foundation paper, when my coursework and product was at a A grade.
    So i was restricted to getting a C grade at best, even if i got 100% in the exam paper itself.
    I desperately begged them to let me sit the higher paper but they ignored me and said no! :mad:

    At the end of it, i came out with a C grade which is not bad by any means.
    However, i was furious when i worked so hard and stopped after school for a couple of hours a few days a week for 2 months to get my product and coursework up to a grade A... all for nothing!! :mad2:

    I later decided to move to another sixth form instead of staying on at that terrible secondary school that i went to... :rolleyes:
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    Spanish, the stupid asswipe. Came out with a C.
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    Best= English Literature (A*)
    Worst= Mathematics. Gosh Nooo *shudders* (C)
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    Geography. I revised so much for it, but in the exams, I got a C, D, E. Thanks to my A grade coursework I only just managed to pass.
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    Design and Technology: Graphics.
    I didn't even do that bad, it was just my worst UMS.
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    Textiles, a B, although I had no idea what I was supposed to do for the coursework written project, I thought I'd made it look pretty enough with the borders and diagrams and such >.<
 
 
 
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