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1. I received my AS Level Results on 15th August, 2013. These were the subjects, and the grades I received in them:

Maths (Edexcel) - A (273/300)
Chemistry (AQA) - A (259/300)
Physics (AQA) - A (246/300)
Biology (AQA) - B (222/300)

I would like to know what you think my predicted grades for A2 could possibly be (bearing in mind the UMS I got in the subjects)?
2. My school work the system where the predicted grades are 1 higher than AS however they didn't ever predict A*'s. So using that system it would be AAAA! Hope that helps!
3. (Original post by 123456789012)
I received my AS Level Results on 15th August, 2013. These were the subjects, and the grades I received in them:

Maths (Edexcel) - A (273/300)
Chemistry (AQA) - A (259/300)
Physics (AQA) - A (246/300)
Biology (AQA) - B (222/300)

I would like to know what you think my predicted grades for A2 could possibly be (bearing in mind the UMS I got in the subjects)?
Well at my school you'd possibly get 2A* 2A predicitions
4. (Original post by ZoeToone95)
My school work the system where the predicted grades are 1 higher than AS however they didn't ever predict A*'s. So using that system it would be AAAA! Hope that helps!

You seem to give good advice! Please take a look at what I posted I really need help
5. I'd say
in respective order A* A A A - based on points, though you may want to resist a biology module well done there great marks
6. (Original post by ZoeToone95)
My school work the system where the predicted grades are 1 higher than AS however they didn't ever predict A*'s. So using that system it would be AAAA! Hope that helps! <img src="images/smilies/smile.png" border="0" alt="" title="" smilieid="1" class="inlineimg" />
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(Original post by Dominic101)
Well at my school you'd possibly get 2A* 2A predicitions
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(Original post by Miso77)
You seem to give good advice! Please take a look at what I posted I really need help <img src="images/smilies/frown.png" border="0" alt="" title="" smilieid="11" class="inlineimg" />
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(Original post by NaomiMG)
I'd say <br />
in respective order A* A A A - based on points, though you may want to resist a biology module <img src="images/smilies/smile.png" border="0" alt="" title="" smilieid="1" class="inlineimg" /> well done there great marks
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Thanks a lot for your help, everyone. Much appreciated.

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