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    I'm already working at a grade C (around 80%) from mock exams and I've been entered for the foundation tier. I wanted to do the higher tier so that I could achieve higher than a grade C. I'm not revising at all for the subjects that have entered me for foundation as I see no point in working hard for merely passing. What do you advise I do? Teacher says it's too risky because some people end up getting grade Ds or below and that they have to resit until they pass the following year and feels that foundation is the safest option. It's AQA exam board.

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    Talk it through wth your teacher and parents, then tell him you wnat to do the higher tier and give them some idea why you are going to improve. they will wnat you to succeed but base their selection on what theyve seen of your efforts so far. Its a risk.
 
 
 
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