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    My Y9 English teacher once gave me '8+++', whatever that means.
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    My first A* was Maths in Year 10 :') now we go through the gruelling course of Additional Maths
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    Sociology Mock in Year 10.
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    Only did RE GCSE early and got a 'B' :O but then I had depression & anxiety at the time and hadn't revised

    My first 'A*' in a mock was in French at the end of y9. Still my best & favourite subject.
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    A* in GCSE Maths Year 10

    I'm in Year 11 at the moment so it's the only qualification I have that I can put when applying for work experience.
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    My first confirmed A*s were in English Language,English Literature and Core Science in Y10 you should probably give it to English Language since I was expecting that A* earlier from Easter,when all the coursework had been marked and the expected coursework marks added to give an A*.My first A* in a unit was in Unit 1 Maths(79/80) in Y9.
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    English lit in year 10
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    My first A*'s were in ICT and Chemistry GCSE in Year 10
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    I've got no official A*'s yet, but my first was in Year 9, where I did an English GCSE paper and got something like 77/80.
    Then in the same year I also got an A* in a physics test for P1.
    This year, I've gotten an A* in B1 and also in C1, as well as in a music listening mock and a music performance.
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    My first A* was in RE. Otherwise, I'm average at everything else.
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    A* in english literature was my first ever,
    I've finished GCSE's now and got 3 A*'s and 8 A's overall
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    I got my first A*'s in year 10, I got it in maths, core science and graphics. I was very happy with the results

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    (Original post by bittr n swt)
    Maths in year 10, A*
    RS in year 10 A*
    same and still doing gcses lol
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    Got A* in A-level Chem and Maths for my first ever.
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    One of the sciences, biology I think
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    French in year 9
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    Moving Image Arts! (also won an award for the short film I made) Don't know how i done it all.. still baffles me haha
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    (Original post by Zeetingman)
    Woah! Everyone's A*'s come mostly from RE...I think RE is just common sense really with a few keywords to remember!

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    And it's generally pretty interesting, so easier to concentrate and stay focussed.
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    First module of Chemistry and Business Studies were my first
 
 
 
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