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if i get a B in physics GCSE and A at maths GCSE can i do A-level physics Watch

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    I really want to get into engineering and i've done 75% of my physics grade so far and ive gotten all B's so theres no chance for an A, my physics teacher feels i'd have to do alot of work to keep my head above the water...
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    (Original post by itry2try)
    I really want to get into engineering and i've done 75% of my physics grade so far and ive gotten all B's so theres no chance for an A, my physics teacher feels i'd have to do alot of work to keep my head above the water...
    Yes, you can, but that depends on certain things. A friend of mine (who sat next to me in my physics class) had a D in additional science and yet he managed to achieve A* at A level. If you leave room for doubt about whether you could do Physics at A level then I would hardly think you could.

    What do you think prevented you from achieving a higher grade at GCSE? Did you have difficulty understanding physical concepts or was it just that you were not really bothered to put the work in?
 
 
 
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