Getting a predicted grade in a one-year self-studied A level?Watch
So basically, how would I get a predicted grade to put on UCAS for an A level that I'm going to be self-studying in a single year?
(Just ignore the problem of doing well in a one-year A level for the purposes of this thread)
Depends on the sixth form. Mine just thankfully assumed I'd get an A* in Further Maths self-studying it in one year.
Do you think they'd just look at my AS grades and say 'Hmm, you've got A's in all your other subjects, so it's safe to assume you'll get an A in this as well'?
Could they even predict a grade for something they've never seen me do? Could I just predict my own grade, or just say what I'm aiming towards? By the time I apply to uni I'll have only been doing it for like two months. :/
I'm in a similar situation, but I'm in year 12. How did it go?
Me too, I just started year 12 and I want to self study maths but I don't think I'll get a good grade if I take it 2022. But, how will I get a predicted grade? How did you tackle this?