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As the AS level doesn't count towards the A level I was just wondering, my college actually does the AS examination at the end of the year, and I've checked the syllabus and the A2 is not too different from the AS, so if I get really good grades in my AS' levels say for instance 'AAB' am i likely to be predicted the same for my A2 as the course content isn't too different? I'm hard working, always hand in my homework etc
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Yeah basically what you get this year, will be similar if not better next year unless you forget most of the content. You need to revise the same topics plus more, but i am sure you will be fine.
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