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    So if I get a B in science in the year 10 mock exam, my predicted grade would be an A, right?
    If yes, does it apply for all the subjects.
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    uhm no
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    (Original post by MRZ_2001)
    So if I get a B in science in the year 10 mock exam, my predicted grade would be an A, right?
    If yes, does it apply for all the subjects.
    It's literally what the teacher thinks you'll get if you carry on with the way you're working - they'll look at your progress throughout the year.
    If you just about got a B, they may predict you a B. However, if you were close to an A or you've been doing well in class they can then predict you a higher grade.


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    (Original post by MRZ_2001)
    So if I get a B in science in the year 10 mock exam, my predicted grade would be an A, right?
    If yes, does it apply for all the subjects.
    If progress is the same it is likely to be a B in year 11. You will find mocks are really easy compared to final examinations.


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    depends on your year 11 mocks.
    But yeah, I agree with the above. I found all of the mock exams so much easier than the exams I have just sat
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    It's a case by case scenario.
    It is not always a grade up or the same grade because it depends on the teacher's opinions on you of your performance.
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    (Original post by surina16)
    depends on your year 11 mocks.
    But yeah, I agree with the above. I found all of the mock exams so much easier than the exams I have just sat
    Weird.I found my real exams way easier for 95% than mocks.
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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    Weird.I found my real exams way easier for 95% than mocks.
    I found with mocks revision was really easy, the teachers marked very generously so they could meet targets, and you're under much less pressure.


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    (Original post by scphmapd)
    I found with mocks revision was really easy, the teachers marked very generously so they could meet targets, and you're under much less pressure.


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    I guess its because i revised more during real exams.Plus IMO,2016 exams so far were easier than 2015(Maths,Chemistry ,Physics) etc.
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    (Original post by MRZ_2001)
    So if I get a B in science in the year 10 mock exam, my predicted grade would be an A, right?
    If yes, does it apply for all the subjects.
    Depends, did the mock exam include content you haven't covered yet? Because if so you'll probably get higher than a B in the real thing
 
 
 
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