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    Maths. Got a B in GCSE and also did Additional Maths at GCSE, no revision, solid C.

    Does look **** against all my other A* and A grades at GCSE though.
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    Further maths level 2 aqa and its an extra gcse qualification. I don't find my teacher that good so I use examsolutions
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    My weaknesses: Biology, humanities & Media studies
    My strengths: Maths, further maths, physics, business studies and chemistry
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    english
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    Chemistry..
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    GCSE PE Short course. I achieved a C grade by only being able to do 2-3 press ups maximum and jogging at a snails pace around cones :laugh:

    ^ This is coming from a guy who played runescape, call of duty mw2, adventure quest and ate junk food 24/7.
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    I've always detested Chemistry. Boring.
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    GCSE PE Short course. I achieved a C grade by only being able to do 2-3 press ups maximum and jogging at a snails pace around cones :laugh:

    ^ This is coming from a guy who played runescape, call of duty mw2, adventure quest and ate junk food 24/7.
    I was forced into doing short course last year because the teachers said I was 'capable' and didn't put in ANY effort and complained ALL the time so in the end, they were like 'eurh just go and do normal PE then'. Persistence is key :lol:
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    I'm surprised at how many struggle with maths I work in Maths intervention and a lot of students genuinely struggle with Maths. It was always my strongest subject though when I was in school.
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    Currently Macroeconomics, I think. Or maybe English. Sigh.
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    Statistics - very misleading questions and a few tricky formulas - but you can get the hang of them easily.
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    If you count subjects I haven't studied, probably some obscure native American or east Asian language.

    If not: English, music, drama, PE, DT, history, French(the last two just because I haven't studied them properly since year 6 and 7 respectively).

    If you only count subjects I'm currently studying, it'll either be probability or geometry.
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    English or physics, struggling so much with them atm, especially as both of my teachers are awful.
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    A-Levels - Sociology (TOO MANY NAMES TO REMEMBER)
    GCSE - Maths - I had gotten D and E grades in every single mock test until the exam when I came out with a B grade (3 marks of an A) through hard work!
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    Mine was probably chemistry. Strongest was probably biology back then
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    Computing and physics
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    Definitely maths for me! However starting to get to grips with it by doing past paper after past paper
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    English literature and geography ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhh
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    E n g l i s h - Currently on a B2 in Lit and Lang but i need an A at GCSE's.

    Problem: I don't know how to revise english and I am so indecisive so it takes me like 45 mins just to start a Peter paragraph xD
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