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    Hi everyone,

    I was wondering how much you think I can improve in my subjects in 4 months:
    - F212 (bio) - C
    - F214 (bio) - A
    - F215 (bio) - not fully learnt
    - F322 (chem) - B
    - F324 - (chem) - B
    - F325 (chem) - B/C
    - Unseen essay (eng) - B
    - Paired essay (eng) - C
    - Coursework (eng) - A
    I haven't really been able to use my time very well so far as I have only just started medication for my ADHD but if I start concentrating well, what grades do you think I can get?
    I've got ADHD inattentive type and when I started methylphenidate my grades went from being average/slightly under to 10A* at GCSE and 4A's at AS and I'm applying to med school. They are literally amazing and you will be able to improve loads. The side effects and getting the doses right can be a bit tricky at first but you'll get used to it pretty quick and tbh being able to fully concentrate and achieve instead of being frustrated and struggling to focus all the time is the best feeling. Good luck
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