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    Hi guys,

    I'm doing my AS-level and was wondering if i'll be able to Achieve an *B or *C
    in maths if i work hard from now on.
    My exam is on May/June. (Edexcel) Math is not my strongest subject though.
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    (Original post by Hanna423)
    Hi guys,

    I'm doing my AS-level and was wondering if i'll be able to Achieve an *B or *C
    in maths if i work hard from now on.
    My exam is on May/June. (Edexcel) Math is not my strongest subject though.
    Quite simply, yes. But in this time that you spend thinking about 'whether you can achieve this in x amount of time', you really could just spend that time actually working to achieve it!
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    working hard and understanding it can get anyone anywhere in maths. I done really well at maths gcses but that was not enough to help me with A levels maths, i had to pull a leg and work harder than i ever did before to even start knowing the concepts. so yes, start now! good luck
 
 
 
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