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    Is it unusual to exceed your predicted grades? (If you have a year left till your exams!)
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    um yes, these grades are sometimes based off where you live and the number of siblings you have thinking that these factors affect your learning... my friend who's predicted a D in RE gets A/A* in it, they also got predicted C in maths and is getting B/A in their mocks. it's about working hard

    nope it's perfectly normal
    that's why they are 'predicted'
    you might have been some lazy shiz like me for a year and your predicted grades are so crappy
    but it happens alot where people see their predicted and then POOF come out with A*s and As
    hopefully the miracle works with me *^*
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