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    Just do it
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    As Conor mcgregor says 'you put in dat hard worke!'
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    By working hard duh there's no strategy in getting 11 A*s just put the work in and they'll be yours.
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    doesn't matter if your'e not super intelligent, at this level honestly if you worked for 1 hour EVERY SINGLE night + worked hard in class, i swear you'd get 11 A*

    people always tell you this but its true, its just memorization of the material
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    (Original post by hbgeorgie)
    doesn't matter if your'e not super intelligent, at this level honestly if you worked for 1 hour EVERY SINGLE night + worked hard in class, i swear you'd get 11 A*

    people always tell you this but its true, its just memorization of the material
    You can't simply learn the material by memorising it, you have to understand it first.
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    (Original post by sahara198913)
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    5 tips for Success

    - Work really hard
    - Use your time wisely
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    - Treat yourself to rewards when you reach a certain goal
    - Believe in yourself!
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    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    You can't simply learn the material by memorising it, you have to understand it first.
    i agree with you, but i didn't understand most of additional science but i got an A
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    (Original post by hbgeorgie)
    i agree with you, but i didn't understand most of additional science but i got an A
    It may work for some people but not for others. You might be able to get away with it at GCSE but when it comes to A Levels memorising doesn't create any wonders. I have a friend who got 8 A*s and 3 A*s at GCSE and he even struggled with the new AS levels for a few months. But he'll get all A's tomorrow on results day. A grade at GCSE is equivalent to grade D/E. So it doesn't matter how clever you are at GCSE, you can't get away with not revising for exams properly at A Level.
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    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    It may work for some people but not for others. You might be able to get away with it at GCSE but when it comes to A Levels memorising doesn't create any wonders.
    definitely, A level is a different game ._.
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    All you have to do is answer most questions correctly in each of your exams.
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    All you have to do is answer most questions correctly in each of your exams.

    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    It may work for some people but not for others. You might be able to get away with it at GCSE but when it comes to A Levels memorising doesn't create any wonders. I have a friend who got 8 A*s and 3 A's at GCSE and he even struggled in his AS at first. But hopefully he'll get all A's tomorrow! A grade A at GCSE is equivalent to a grade D/E at a level.
    How can a grade A at GCSE be equivalent to any grade at A-level, that doesn't really make any sense. They're different qualifications entirely.
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    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    It may work for some people but not for others. You might be able to get away with it at GCSE but when it comes to A Levels memorising doesn't create any wonders. I have a friend who got 8 A*s and 3 A's at GCSE and he even struggled in his AS at first. But hopefully he'll get all A's tomorrow! A grade A at GCSE is equivalent to a grade D/E at a level.
    How can a grade A at GCSE be equivalent to any grade at A-level. They're different qualifications entirely.
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    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    It may work for some people but not for others. You might be able to get away with it at GCSE but when it comes to A Levels memorising doesn't create any wonders. I have a friend who got 8 A*s and 3 A's at GCSE and he even struggled in his AS at first. But hopefully he'll get all A's tomorrow! A grade A at GCSE is equivalent to a grade D/E at a level.
    How can a grade A at GCSE be equivalent to any grade at A-level. They're different qualifications entirely.
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    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    It may work for some people but not for others. You might be able to get away with it at GCSE but when it comes to A Levels memorising doesn't create any wonders. I have a friend who got 8 A*s and 3 A's at GCSE and he even struggled in his AS at first. But hopefully he'll get all A's tomorrow! A grade A at GCSE is equivalent to a grade D/E at a level.
    Grades don't really translate like that. It makes no sense to say that.
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    Start revising now
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    convert if not already faithful and pray for a miracle
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    convert, if not already blessed, and pray for a miracle...
    it worked for me
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    convert, if not already blessed, and pray for a miracle...
    it worked for me
 
 
 
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