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    To get into uni, I am required to get AAB at A Level. I am really unconfident of my getting these grades. What can I do to prepare?
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    Revise, practise past papers and focus on the areas you are weak on and improve them, Have a look at mark schemes to know what to do for high marks
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    Thank you. I am just so nervous because I'm generally a B/C student and I couldn't bare not meeting those requirements..
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    (Original post by BGMMS)
    Thank you. I am just so nervous because I'm generally a B/C student and I couldn't bare not meeting those requirements..
    Dont worry I felt the exact same way. Just have some belief in yourself!
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    Other than "doing more work", I'd recommend talking to your teachers in those subjects. Ask them how you can improve, and what areas are causing you to be a grade below an A/B student.

    Also, (don't rely on this but) a lot of "requirements" are at least a bit flexible. A lot of AAB offer courses would probably let you in with ABB, or lower.
 
 
 
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