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    None of my AS exams count towards the actual A level, although the content is similar just a bit more content isadded on next year. If I get, for example 'ABB' in my 'AS' exams will I be predicted the same? Even though they don't count towards the actual A level? I always hand in my homework, on time for lessons etc
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    None of my AS exams count towards the actual A level, although the content is similar just a bit more content isadded on next year. If I get, for example 'ABB' in my 'AS' exams will I be predicted the same? Even though they don't count towards the actual A level? I always hand in my homework, on time for lessons etc
    I don't know for sure as I'm currently a GCSE student, but I was told that your AS levels are supposed to go up a grade, and in that case you'd have A*AA.
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    Based on your as level your teacher will predict you grades he will base this on your work ethic and your result he or she will also write you a reference there is no limit to how high your teacher can predict but its usually one grade above what you got in AS they do this because your uni will see the predicted grade along with your AS grades and lets say you got something like a D in ur AS (i hope thats not the case) and your teacher predicted you an A that uni wont take any applications from your school seriously which is why you normally dont get predicted much higher than what you got at AS.
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    This will totally depend on the college. You may be predicted ABB, AAB, AAA etc - the minimum is normally your AS results. At the end of the day the teachers will give you predictions they deem realistic and that reflect your ability.
 
 
 
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