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    So guy's tomorrow is results day and I'm scared. I did iGCSE AQA 8705.

    Paper 1 is out of 50 and you need 34 for a C
    My Speak and Listening is 36 Marks A*
    My Coursework is at 32 Which is a C

    Please help me ;-;
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    Can you not wait 10 hours? Go to sleep, wake up and you will have your results.


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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    So guy's tomorrow is results day and I'm scared. I did iGCSE AQA 8705.

    Paper 1 is out of 50 and you need 34 for a C
    My Speak and Listening is 36 Marks A*
    My Coursework is at 32 Which is a C

    Please help me ;-;
    Provided that you get at least a C in the exam, you'll definitely come out with at least a B overall.
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    (Original post by Vyres)
    Provided that you get at least a C in the exam, you'll definitely come out with at least a B overall.
    Thank you very much, I appreciate you responding, but one last thing if I come out with D in the exam I'm likely to get a C right?
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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    Thank you very much, I appreciate you responding, but one last thing if I come out with D in the exam I'm likely to get a C right?
    Well unfortunately I can't answer that for you lol. But if it's a subject that you know you're good at, then I'm sure you came out with at least a C in the exam. I think a lot of us are doubting ourselves due to the pressure we're under. I'm sitting here very worried about my results also. To be honest I just want this day to end. Getting these GCSEs off my chest will finally relieve me of the constant day to day worry that I didn't do well. Maybe I can finally finish the summer tasks I was given in preparation for the first year of A-level in September. :lol:
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    (Original post by Vyres)
    Well unfortunately I can't answer that for you lol. But if it's a subject that you know you're good at, then I'm sure you came out with at least a C in the exam. I think a lot of us are doubting ourselves due to the pressure we're under. I'm sitting here very worried about my results also. To be honest I just want this day to end. Getting these GCSEs off my chest will finally relieve me of the constant day to day worry that I didn't do well. Maybe I can finally finish the summer tasks I was given in preparation for the first year of A-level in September. :lol:
    I understand and same I really want this nightmare to end! Again thanks for answering, also good luck tomorrow I hope it goes well!
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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    I understand and same I really want this nightmare to end! Again thanks for answering, also good luck tomorrow I hope it goes well!
    No problem. Good luck, hope you get the grades you want.
 
 
 
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