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    I got C's in most of my modules following the old spec a-level AQA chemistry except one module where I got a B. If I resat them do you think I would be able to achieve an A overall and how would I do this?
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    Absolutely. You can achieve anything as long as you put the hard work in.
    https://chemrevise.org/revision-guides/
    http://www.chemguide.co.uk/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPt...25YHw5SPGdPz0g
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrERintoul
    And please, quit doubting yourself. I myself am starting AS Chemistry in september and am self-teaching it currently. Hard work + motivation + self-belief = SWEET AND GLORIOUS SUCCESS!
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    (Original post by CounTolstoy)
    Absolutely. You can achieve anything as long as you put the hard work in.
    https://chemrevise.org/revision-guides/
    http://www.chemguide.co.uk/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPt...25YHw5SPGdPz0g
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrERintoul
    And please, quit doubting yourself. I myself am starting AS Chemistry in september and am self-teaching it currently. Hard work + motivation + self-belief = SWEET AND GLORIOUS SUCCESS!
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    You will not achieve an A. You will achieve an A*
    Thank you for your kind words, my mum is always saying I am stupid and dumb and that I'm a failure so your words mean a lot to me
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    Thank you for your kind words, my mum is always saying I am stupid and dumb and that I'm a failure so your words mean a lot to me
    Absolutely not. Those are false words thus you will take no notice of them. Perhaps you were not putting the effort in but that does not excuse your mother's words. If you truly were not working hard, you will change that now. If you were, then you will work slightly harder to achieve the A* (if you are doing AS + A2 or an A if AS only).

    You can do it . Just last year I was in year 10 and I was achieving C grades in chemistry simply because I was not motivated enough. At the beginning of year 11, I began to work hard and began to understand it; thus I began to enjoy chemistry and achieved A* in the majority of my mocks and I have no doubt I will achieve an A* in my real exam too. Let this be the case with you too! Good luck and if you ever want to discuss anything, you can message me .
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    (Original post by CounTolstoy)
    Absolutely not. Those are false words thus you will take no notice of them. Perhaps you were not putting the effort in but that does not excuse your mother's words. If you truly were not working hard, you will change that now. If you were, then you will work slightly harder to achieve the A* (if you are doing AS + A2 or an A if AS only).

    You can do it . Just last year I was in year 10 and I was achieving C grades in chemistry simply because I was not motivated enough. At the beginning of year 11, I began to work hard and began to understand it; thus I began to enjoy chemistry and achieved A* in the majority of my mocks and I have no doubt I will achieve an A* in my real exam too. Let this be the case with you too! Good luck and if you ever want to discuss anything, you can message me .
    Congratulations on pulling up your grades! That is a massive achievement and raise in grades! You will certainly achieve those high grades with your determination and hard work
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    Yes, just work your ass off.
 
 
 
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