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    Here are my results in the exams so far.
    Interim Physics Exam (Ranking) D+ (I hated this exam)
    Core Physics Exam B- (I don’t know how I got a B)
    Interim Chemistry Exam D+ (I didn’t revise)
    Core Chemistry Exam (Ranking) D+ (I revised on the table)
    Interim Biology Exam B+ (I revised so badly)
    Next week I will be getting my End of Year exam result, I know I defiantly got a C+ or B and higher.
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by AngelPhys)
    No, you need at least 800 A*s to be good.
    Oh, well i'm in year 9...
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    They are pretty good mate.
    Keep revising and working hard constantly and you will surely go on to hit them high grades.


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    (Original post by Zeetingman)
    Here are my results in the exams so far.
    Interim Physics Exam (Ranking) D+ (I hated this exam)
    Core Physics Exam B- (I don’t know how I got a B)
    Interim Chemistry Exam D+ (I didn’t revise)
    Core Chemistry Exam (Ranking) D+ (I revised on the table)
    Interim Biology Exam B+ (I revised so badly)
    Next week I will be getting my End of Year exam result, I know I defiantly got a C+ or B and higher.
    Thanks!
    They're a good start! GCSE Science is obviously quite different to KS3. If you like, you could maybe get some GCSE Science books from Amazon or something and have a look at them over the summer to get a bit of a head start
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    (Original post by Zeetingman)
    Here are my results in the exams so far.
    Interim Physics Exam (Ranking) D+ (I hated this exam)
    Core Physics Exam B- (I don’t know how I got a B)
    Interim Chemistry Exam D+ (I didn’t revise)
    Core Chemistry Exam (Ranking) D+ (I revised on the table)
    Interim Biology Exam B+ (I revised so badly)
    Next week I will be getting my End of Year exam result, I know I defiantly got a C+ or B and higher.
    Thanks!
    Your results are good :yep: I wouldn't worry about year 9 results though, it doesn't really matter much.
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    I thought this was going to be another thread saying "I only got 6 A*s and I know it's terrible but did I do okay?". Thank goodness it's not. And your results are a great start - it's only the beginning of GCSEs, so the relevance of these exams will lessen over time, particularly if you do Additional Science (or resit these exams).
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    (Original post by doctorwhofan98)
    I thought this was going to be another thread saying "I only got 6 A*s and I know it's terrible but did I do okay?". Thank goodness it's not. And your results are a great start - it's only the beginning of GCSEs, so the relevance of these exams will lessen over time, particularly if you do Additional Science (or resit these exams).
    Ouch, I started controlled assessments my teacher said they will be sent to the examboard and used for Year11 something like that. I don't understand it much...:confused:
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    (Original post by laylarose)
    They're a good start! GCSE Science is obviously quite different to KS3. If you like, you could maybe get some GCSE Science books from Amazon or something and have a look at them over the summer to get a bit of a head start
    Well my teachers told me this is GCSE, I did an AQA Higher Exam.
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    (Original post by AlphaNick)

    old joke is old
    Still wildly popular on here.......
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    (Original post by AngelPhys)
    No, you need at least 800 A*s to be good.
    I know right gosh people these days just don't understand
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    I know right gosh people these days just don't understand
    Yeah! Pshh these noobs, lol.
 
 
 
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