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Im predicted to get 10 a/a* but im predicting myself that i will get 6 a*-b and 4 D/U grades.

Are these results really bad? im really worried
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6 a* to b is pretty good,its very difficult to get a U at gcse so i doubt you ve done anywhere near that bad. If you ve got good grades in the subjects that are relevant to your future plans i wouldnt worry too much.
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6 a* to b is pretty good,its very difficult to get a U at gcse so i doubt you ve done anywhere near that bad. If you ve got good grades in the subjects that are relevant to your future plans i wouldnt worry too much.
Thankyou!!
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Yep same thing as Claire said, you'll probably be in for a pleasant surprise on results day and i'm sure you've done fine. Good luck!
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Im predicted to get 10 a/a* but im predicting myself that i will get 6 a*-b and 4 D/U grades.

Are these results really bad? im really worried
You only need 5 A*-C grades anyway
As long as the A*s include English and Maths (and the sciences if you wanna do them at A-level), you're fine ;D
My sister recently got an offer from Lancaster University to study Physics (Lancaster is one of the best universities for physics, after Oxford) and she got A*AABC at iGCSE
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Yeah I'm predicting around 18 A*'s, I'll be really disappointed if I only get 17 A*'s and an A though
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Your predicted results are still good! Personally, I imagine that you've probably done a lot better than you predict, and that you're probably closer to the 10 A*/A prediction.
I thought I did really badly while I was taking my GCSEs (I came out of numerous exams crying because I thought that there was no way I even passed), so I was completely surprised when I got 8 A*s and 4 As.

Good luck on results day! I hope you get the results you want!
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[QUOTE=Rainbowhorror01;57175411]You only need 5 A*-C grades anyway
As long as the A*s include English and Maths (and the sciences if you wanna do them at A-level), you're fine ;D
My sister recently got an offer from Lancaster University to study Physics (Lancaster is one of the best universities for physics, after Oxford) and she got A*AABC at iGCSE[/QUOTE

I think i may have got a lot of As instead of A stars so like 3 or 4 a stars and like 4 or 5 as can go to a top 5 russel group uni
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Can you even do 18 GCSE's? :shock:
If so, which ones are you doing??
He's joking.
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Can you even do 18 GCSE's? :shock:
If so, which ones are you doing??
Lol you're so gullible....just like me! But yeah I'd say max it's around 15 GCSEs that one can actually cope with.
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[QUOTE=Pure class;57176237]
(Original post by Rainbowhorror01)
You only need 5 A*-C grades anyway
As long as the A*s include English and Maths (and the sciences if you wanna do them at A-level), you're fine ;D
My sister recently got an offer from Lancaster University to study Physics (Lancaster is one of the best universities for physics, after Oxford) and she got A*AABC at iGCSE[/QUOTE

I think i may have got a lot of As instead of A stars so like 3 or 4 a stars and like 4 or 5 as can go to a top 5 russel group uni
Yeah, sure! They are still excellent results! Most universities don't put too much emphasis on GCSE results; it's more about having great AS grades, A2 predictions, personal statement, interview, etc. Even places like Oxford and Cambridge don't really care much what you got at GCSE. However, good grades at GCSE such as those could work favourably for you in the future.

As long as you stay on the right track and get good A Level grades and experience, you should have a fairly decent chance at going to a top university. Keep up the good work and you'll be fine.
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(Original post by web-girl)

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Haha cute
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Can you even do 18 GCSE's? :shock:
If so, which ones are you doing??
Joking ofc. Imitating most people here
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Received an email about the applying for accomodation on the 24th did anyone else?
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Yep same thing as Claire said, you'll probably be in for a pleasant surprise on results day and i'm sure you've done fine. Good luck!
thankyou!
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Yeah I'm predicting around 18 A*'s, I'll be really disappointed if I only get 17 A*'s and an A though
yeah it would be really disappointing if you get that
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[QUOTE=ValarMorghulis;57176631]
(Original post by Pure class)

Yeah, sure! They are still excellent results! Most universities don't put too much emphasis on GCSE results; it's more about having great AS grades, A2 predictions, personal statement, interview, etc. Even places like Oxford and Cambridge don't really care much what you got at GCSE. However, good grades at GCSE such as those could work favourably for you in the future.

As long as you stay on the right track and get good A Level grades and experience, you should have a fairly decent chance at going to a top university. Keep up the good work and you'll be fine.
Thanks a lot that has helped me feel a lot more relaxed
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mine are much worser then your predictions
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Im predicted to get 10 a/a* but im predicting myself that i will get 6 a*-b and 4 D/U grades.

Are these results really bad? im really worried
10 a/a* too 6a*-b thats a big difference
Either you have high expectations or your really good!
Anyway. With those results I don't need too even answer - you know what I mean because it doesn't take someone with high expectations too realise these are good. If not... I feel like your trying too show your "smartness" too others, even though the majority of TSR compiles of mostly the kind which are intellectual.
Though this can be argued for!
You are indeed clever
PS- Your grades are predicted so its your choice to reach these targets since it seems your teachers know about you - than yourself! lol
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