Please don't get stressed about your results, because you undoubtedly didn't prepare as much as you would've for the finals exams, and you still have a year to improve. That said, don't focus on the fact you got a 5 in English, focus on WHY
you got a 5 in English. If you have the paper, note where you lost marks, and possibly make notes as to where you need to improve.
Also, do you think it is likely and/or within my capability for me to meet/exceed the predicted grades in all subjects?
Only you know the answer to that. I don't know you, I haven't seen your work ethic or quality of work so it's impossible for me to know. Judging from your mock grades, yes, definitely. However, you should probably draw attention to Maths and English, as those are the lowest grades when compared to your targets. If you're struggling with any subject, feel free to post on the relevant section on this forum, and you'll be able to find help
My advised course of action:
- Identify what subjects you need to improve in. However, don't neglect the subjects you're good in. To stay good you need to work at it!
- Look at your mock papers and where you lost marks.
- Compile a list of your weakest topics as per your mocks.
And take it from there nailing those topics, and you'll do really well
For Maths, I cannot stress the importance of practice. Traditional revision, looking at textbooks, testing yourself on facts, is almost useless for Maths, which is why many people struggle. It is a unique subject in that regard.