10 A*s at GCSE AMA Watch

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Just putting myself out there to help anyone who could do with it coming up to exams.
Any questions you could use help with?
(I took french, RE, art, history, triple science, maths, english etc)
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how much did you pay the examiners
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Only 10? London Met it is

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How was RE?
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Was that enough to get you into Monsters University?
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Just putting myself out there to help anyone who could do with it coming up to exams.
Any questions you could use help with?
(I took french, RE, art, history, triple science, maths, english etc)
What did you get at A level? Gcses aren't really difficult, it's a levels that are
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Only 10 A*?? Good luck at the University of Grimsby OP
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What did you get at A level? Gcses aren't really difficult, it's a levels that are
I'm taking my AS levels this year. I'm not saying i'm particularly good at anything, just offering advice on how to do well in exams if anyone wants it. Don't mean to sound arrogant, i'm just trying to help anyone who wants it.
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(Original post by channies)
Was that enough to get you into Monsters University?
unfortunately not
*life regrets*
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Only 10? London Met it is

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How was RE?
thought i was going to do really badly in RE because i was getting Cs and Ds in all my mocks. worked through that one by writing craptons of practice essays for every question topic i could think of.
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I'm aiming for 9 A*s. Any advice is appreciated.
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Your top 3 best tips for achieving good grades?

What did you do that other people didn't?
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I got ten A stars too.

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Where do u see yourself in 10 years?


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Where do u see yourself in 10 years?
... probably sitting in a shop doorway with a pet rabbit regretting all of my life decisions :confused:
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Can I get your autograph? :daydreaming:

seriously guys, there's no need to take the piss, i'm offering to help people, not looking for attention
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(Original post by Thatduck)
Just putting myself out there to help anyone who could do with it coming up to exams.
Any questions you could use help with?
(I took french, RE, art, history, triple science, maths, english etc)
Do you think these 5 universities are a good set of choices on your UCAS;
1) London Metropolitan University
2) London South Bank University
3) University of East London
4) University of West London
5) University of Westminster
Which one would you prefer to go to?
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Tips for English Lang/Lit? I'd really like an A..
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have you ever left your basement?
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Tips for English Lang/Lit? I'd really like an A..
get to the point at the beginning of each paragraph. Clearly state in one sentence what your point is and check to make sure it relates to the question that's been set. Then grab some evidence and explain it. It's a good explanation and analysis that will get you the good marks but you can't get that far unless you've made a relevant point to start with.
good luck
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Your top 3 best tips for achieving good grades?

What did you do that other people didn't?

1) don't lie to yourself about how much work you've done because it's not going to help. Admit it when you need help and ask for it.

2) Practice exam technique. Lots of past papers can also help you make guesses about what might come up in an exam

3) don't accept that you're "no good" at a subject, work at it instead.
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