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Hi, I'm wondering if any of you could help me sorta predict what i'll get for GCSE German, is it possible I could get an A or a high B?
In both writing coursework I got a C (I struggle with writing) and in speaking I got an A and a low A/high B. In my mock exams I got two high Bs however i believe if i push myself I could potentially get an A. With my coursework results, could I get an A grade overall at GCSE?
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If you keep pushing yourself, practising and trying harder, I don't see why not.

Is there anything you specifically struggle with?
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(Original post by Gail_Platt)
Hi, I'm wondering if any of you could help me sorta predict what i'll get for GCSE German, is it possible I could get an A or a high B?
In both writing coursework I got a C (I struggle with writing) and in speaking I got an A and a low A/high B. In my mock exams I got two high Bs however i believe if i push myself I could potentially get an A. With my coursework results, could I get an A grade overall at GCSE?
Thank you in advance
If you'd like to improve in our reading and listening, I'd suggest using memrise. I'm not sure which exam board you're doing, but if it's edexcel, here it is: http://www.memrise.com/course/89242/...cabulary-list/

AQA: http://www.memrise.com/course/301716/aqa-gcse-german-3/
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If you'd like to improve in our reading and listening, I'd suggest using memrise. I'm not sure which exam board you're doing, but if it's edexcel, here it is: http://www.memrise.com/course/89242/...cabulary-list/

AQA: http://www.memrise.com/course/301716/aqa-gcse-german-3/
Thank you so much !
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Thank you so much !
No problem

Remember to do practice papers as well as learning your vocab if you want to get that A!
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If you keep pushing yourself, practising and trying harder, I don't see why not.

Is there anything you specifically struggle with?
I think it's just a case of practising my vocab and truly memorising the 'word order' of things, thank you for your reply
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If you want an A or maybe even an A* you'll need to practise vocab occasionally and be dedicated towards the GCSE. tbf turning up to extra German at school would be helpful
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If you want an A or maybe even an A* you'll need to practise vocab occasionally and be dedicated towards the GCSE. BF turning up to extra German at school would be helpful
Thanks for your input :P
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