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Did anyone get a really high level, but not do well at GCSE (in that same subject)?
Did anyone get a low level, but do well at GCSE (in that same subject)?

This is just out of general curiosity.
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i got 4s in english and welsh, which i got cs at gcse
i got 5s in science and maths, which i got AAAB at gcse so i guess i did about the same
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If you do, that's rather sad. Why would you pride yourself in something you did almost half a lifetime ago?
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Were there even grades or anything for SATs? I know I got 100% in my maths one because all of us who did were taken out of class for congratulations lmao.

And I got A* in maths at GCSE.

Oh ****, it was levels wasn't it. Yeah I got level 5 in all three.
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5a 5a 5a
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(Original post by Ndella)
If you do, that's rather sad. Why would you pride yourself in something you did almost half a lifetime ago?
Somebody got some **** SAT results.

So would a 60 year old ex-Olympic athlete not pride himself on winning lots of gold medals when he was in his 20's?
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5 for Science and English Lit, 4 for Maths but I missed it by one mark and I would have easily got it if I'd read a question properly. I can't remember details but basically it asked you to tick two boxes and I only ticked one.
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I'm pretty sure we (1996/97 children) didn't have to take SAT's in year 6 because they were changing everything at the time??
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All i know is that i missed them and went on holiday instead... Oops
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6 in maths

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I didn't do SATs.
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I got 5b in English, aiming for an A in both eng lit and eng Lang, just cos coursework

got 100% in maths, and aiming for an A*
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level 1 science
level 2 maths
level 1 english
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(Original post by Dark Elixir)
Somebody got some **** SAT results.

So would an 60 year old ex-Olympic athlete not pride himself on winning lots of gold medals when he was in his 20's?
Gold medals (the proper kind, not the cheap plastic participation ones) are actually important and difficult to get. SATS on the otherhand were useless. My secondary school barely looked at the tests when considering students.
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I got three 5As and I remember being annoyed because I only dropped one mark in Maths and that was in the weird listening thing. Ha. Why on earth did that annoy me?!
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5 in English, 4 in Maths & Science

This would foreshadow my future in education
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maths 5a, science 5b(annoyed), English 4c
Same story now. Getting A*s in maths A-levels with minimal effort. A-A*s in science A-levels with considerably more effort and still annoyed when my physics and chemistry grades aren't as good as maths. Still failing GCSE English.
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5 in Maths and English and a 4 in Science. Even though I went on to do all three sciences at a-level lol
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