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    So I need people's advice,
    I have not been in school since November last year, so therefore I have only been put in for my main subjects, English, Science and Maths.
    I study at home using the OCR revision guides and Bbc bitesize and sometimes YouTube videos on topics I really do not understand.
    I spend around 4-6 hours on MOST days (there are exceptions because sometimes I do not have the energy), revising just my sciences.
    My issue is exams are less than a month away now and because I have been to six high schools I have never really been taught science by a teacher, with an exception to Chemistry.
    I need to know realistically the chances of me getting A's in my sciences if I have been studying at home.
    I understand that this is highly impossible to predict because you do not know me personally, In my mocks that I took in November, I got an A* in English lang, A in maths, A in biology and B for physics.
    I didn't sit the chemistry because they couldn't facilitate it because my anxiety was so bad on the day of the exam.
    Knowing these grades and the context could anyone give me a realistic outlook, so I know what to expect on results day,
    Thank you.
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