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    Hi everyone!!

    So on the 13th August I was left very disappointed after getting BBCD in biology, psychology, economics and chemistry. Well, it may look like I didn't work hard enough- yet I was in the library every day going over my notes and trying exam questions, just like I was advised from one of the year 13 (at the time) who got into Oxford. I dropped chemistry, in which I got a D.

    Anyway, this time around I am determined to get A*AA, or maybe ( yes, because I am ambitious) A*A*A :grin:, and I will be retaking one module from each of my 3 subjects which are biology, psychology and economics.

    I know is very ambitious, but is there anyone who improved 2 grades, or maybe three grades higher from their as level? Can you please tell me how you did it? or if it is possible at all move up by so much? What kind of tactics, or strategies can I use to get high ums marks?

    Thanks in advance! :grin:
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