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    In year 10 I received 1A* 3A 1B 1C
    This year (year11) I am doing 5 GCSE and I'm predicted to receive 1A* 4A
    I think I will be able to do better as I got higher than my predicted grades last year.
    In college, I'm going to do chemistry, biology, physcology and maths. I want to do medicine and will work very hard throughout the year. What grades do you think I will honestly get with these GCSE grades.
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    (Original post by chocolatelover99)
    In year 10 I received 1A* 3A 1B 1C
    This year (year11) I am doing 5 GCSE and I'm predicted to receive 1A* 4A
    I think I will be able to do better as I got higher than my predicted grades last year.
    In college, I'm going to do chemistry, biology, physcology and maths. I want to do medicine and will work very hard throughout the year. What grades do you think I will honestly get with these GCSE grades.
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    (Original post by chocolatelover99)
    In year 10 I received 1A* 3A 1B 1C
    This year (year11) I am doing 5 GCSE and I'm predicted to receive 1A* 4A
    I think I will be able to do better as I got higher than my predicted grades last year.
    In college, I'm going to do chemistry, biology, physcology and maths. I want to do medicine and will work very hard throughout the year. What grades do you think I will honestly get with these GCSE grades.
    It's impossible to say. GCSE grades are not always proportional to A-level grades. Some people struggle to cope with A-levels, and others start to work a lot more.

    You have good GCSEs, and so you definitely have the potential to get As in all of your subjects.
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    It's hard to say as gcse's aren't an accurate reflection of how you can do at A levels.
    I know these 2 girls currently doing the same a level subjects,
    One got only 1a* at gcse and straight A's at AS
    The other got 8a*'s at gcse and no A's at AS.
    It really depends how hard you work at a level
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    It's impossible to say. GCSE grades are not always proportional to A-level grades. Some people struggle to cope with A-levels, and others start to work a lot more.

    You have good GCSEs, and so you definitely have the potential to get As in all of your subjects.
    Thanks for the motivation
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    Depends on how much you study I guess.
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    I got 2A*s 3As 3Bs 3Cs at GCSE (predicted all As lol)

    got BBCC in AS bio, comp, chem, phys

    aiming for AAA (or ATLEAST AAB) in A2 and I'm gonna die

    I had a friend who got like 10 A*s in GCSEs, got tuition and everything for AS and ended up failing year 12 and doing BTECs

    there's no way to tell - A-levels and GCSEs are WAY different

    A-levels are about applying what you've learned all your life to questions you've never seen before (there's no way to 'learn' this - this is done by practice) and GCSEs are about memorising and regurgitating the text book (you can do this like a few days before the exam)

    you can walk into a GCSE exam with like a days worth of revision and get a B, but if you do that at A-level you ain't got a right to cry when you get your U back

    start revising now if you want As and A*s m8 cos you got it harder since you're doing the linear system and you've got like 16 exams in A2 so GOOD LUCK MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU

    Just do past papers and read ahead in the summer before AS, do all your homework and stay on top of your **** and you'll be fine

    Medicine? well that's another story - that requires what... like 30 hours of studying per week? I tried it clearly didn't happen lolz
 
 
 
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