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    And how are you going to achieve that?

    Lets start a list. I am currently studying biology, psychology English language and literature and history. I want to achieve AAAA by the end of the year but the minimum I need is AABB. Hbu?
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    Are all your A-levels modular?
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    (Original post by Hasanalm)
    Are all your A-levels modular?
    No all of them a linear but we will be sitting the as this year and getting a qualification and then redoing this year and next year at the end of 2017.
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    Only one of my A Levels is modular (Maths) and I'd like an A.
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    AAAA Would be nice. I would accept AAAB tbh as long as I get an A was in the subject i will drop
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    AAAB in politics, history, geography and english lit.
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    I'd really like AAAA but I feel like this is too unrealistic :-( I take English lit, History, Politics and Maths ahhhh save me
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    I want AAAB (Kind of unrealistic)
    Statistics, Chemistry, Biology and Psychology respectively. However, I wouldn't mind AABB or ABBB.
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    I do maths German chemistry and biology and I really hope that I can get an A in maths (really want to be predicted an A* for A Levels) and an A in German (I'm dropping it so I don't want anything lower than a B)

    My school are doing internal chemistry and biology exams which they will use to predict our a level grades so hopefully I'll get A's in them too 😅😅
 
 
 
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