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    I was wondering whether I could get an AAB in college. In my GCSE's I got 6 A's 2 B's and a distinction.
    I got A's in English Literature, English Language, Maths, Core Science, Additional Science and Geography.
    I got B's in French and Food technology.
    And I got a distinction in Business studies.
    I took English Literature, Maths, Physics and Geography in college; can I AAB or not?
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    (Original post by Declan84)
    I was wondering whether I could get an AAB in college. In my GCSE's I got 6 A's 2 B's and a distinction.
    I got A's in English Literature, English Language, Maths, Core Science, Additional Science and Geography.
    I got B's in French and Food technology.
    And I got a distinction in Business studies.
    I took English Literature, Maths, Physics and Geography in college; can I AAB or not?
    Depends on As level more then anything, some people I know managed to get like all As at gcse and then came out with Es and Us at as level, depends on how well you cope with a levels really .
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    If I'm understanding correctly, it depends on how much work you put in as well as how you felt about the exams. You can't just take how well you did in GCSE and hope that means you do well in A Level, definitely not how it works, besides people say it's a massive leap.
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    Teachers have said that I am a very determined person. Will being determined and being organised help me as well?
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    (Original post by Declan84)
    Teachers have said that I am a very determined person. Will being determined and being organised help me as well?
    Yeah you need to be organised as you will be basically responsible for taking notes etc no responsibility for the teacher
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    (Original post by Declan84)
    Teachers have said that I am a very determined person. Will being determined and being organised help me as well?
    Also what are you wanting to do at A2?
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    (Original post by james Thompson56)
    Also what are you wanting to do at A2?
    I am not sure. I might drop Geography or English Literature.
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    (Original post by Declan84)
    I am not sure. I might drop Geography or English Literature.
    Okay I'm just going say though physics and maths are quite hard at a level so just anticipate the change from GCSEs to A levels especially in science and maths subjects.
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    (Original post by james Thompson56)
    Okay I'm just going say though physics and maths are quite hard at a level so just anticipate the change from GCSEs to A levels especially in science and maths subjects.
    I know that i am not dropping Maths, but I will drop my lowest grade.
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    (Original post by james Thompson56)
    Okay I'm just going say though physics and maths are quite hard at a level so just anticipate the change from GCSEs to A levels especially in science and maths subjects.

    I know that i am not dropping Maths, but I will drop my lowest grade.
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    (Original post by Declan84)
    I know that i am not dropping Maths, but I will drop my lowest grade.
    I wouldn't decide now I ended up dropping my highest grade
 
 
 
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