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    My mocks are in 21 days... Do you think its possible to cover 12 subjects and get a string of A*'s and A's? I really need to pass these cause theyre gonna be looked at sixth forms when applying.

    I aspire to be a surgeon in the future.
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    This is in the wrong forum right? Yeah sure you should have time easily; I got straight A*s in mocks with a couple days of revision (admittedly at A level, don't remember GCSE). To be safe starting fairly soon could be advisable; it won't hurt anyway.

    (Original post by jaspreetb)
    My mocks are in 21 days... Do you think its possible to cover 12 subjects and get a string of A*'s and A's? I really need to pass these cause theyre gonna be looked at sixth forms when applying.

    I aspire to be a surgeon in the future.
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    (Original post by jaspreetb)
    My mocks are in 21 days... Do you think its possible to cover 12 subjects and get a string of A*'s and A's? I really need to pass these cause theyre gonna be looked at sixth forms when applying.

    I aspire to be a surgeon in the future.
    well i did revise for my mocks and i wanted to do well because i also want to be a surgeon,
    i got 1A* 5/6 A and 2Bs and a C
    since mocks are only a few months away from exams i was disappointed but then in my actual gcse exams i got
    8A* 2A and a B
    so dont go off your mocks but make sure you actually revise for them so you know exactly how to improve in the real thing.

    good luck!
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    well i did revise for my mocks and i wanted to do well because i also want to be a surgeon,
    i got 1A* 5/6 A and 2Bs and a C
    since mocks are only a few months away from exams i was disappointed but then in my actual gcse exams i got
    8A* 2A and a B
    so dont go off your mocks but make sure you actually revise for them so you know exactly how to improve in the real thing.

    good luck!
    i wish you pain
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    (Original post by dradoo)
    i wish you pain
    Dont say that im already in pain because of A levels
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    (Original post by jaspreetb)
    My mocks are in 21 days... Do you think its possible to cover 12 subjects and get a string of A*'s and A's? I really need to pass these cause theyre gonna be looked at sixth forms when applying.

    I aspire to be a surgeon in the future.
    You only really need a week to revise beforehand for the GCSE mocks. If you want to spread out the revision, then 21 days is more than enough. Don't burn out revising for mocks though.
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    (Original post by dradoo)
    lol cheeky lil slut :rolleyes:
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