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    I am predicted 4A* 3A and 2B. I want to study Classical Civilisation (A*) Geography (A*), History (A) and Religious Studies (A)

    Judging on these grades what would be my initial predictions for A level? Thank you
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    If you are capable of getting A/A* in the subject at GCSE, then you are capable of getting an A/A* at A-level. However this doesn't mean you will, just that you can. If you don't work hard then you could very easily get a U, as a level is far more reliant on consistent hard work.
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    I know people who get all A*s at GCSE and flopped at A Level... Equally, I know people who got Bs/As and got AAB/AAA. It's about putting the work in and not under-estimating the content. It's a step up and as long as you keep up with the work and ensure you revise you should be fine.
 
 
 

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