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    At School my predicted grades were A/A*s for all subjects, My school had us take our core subjects in year 10 and i got a B In English and Science and a C in Maths. I Am Going to resit in November and try to get A's in Math and English. I aced every test for science getting A*s however in the test i ended up getting 319 UMS points, it has been sent of for a remark and im hoping i get that point for my A Grade. My question is if im able to get AAA or ABA grades in school will the predicted grades for my A-Levels still be AAA?
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    It really depends on your teachers and what they think is realistic. Have you talked to them?
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    No, I Wouldn't think that the teachers themselves would know much about the predicted grades, that would depend on the exam board.
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    Err you do realise that your teachers predict your grades right?
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    Err you do realise that your teachers predict your grades right?
    Lol, Nope i always thought it was the school administration or exam board, they would predict your grades based on exam performance. Is it at all possible to be predicted an A grade in A-Levels with a B In GCSE Maths?
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    Your target grades are set by the government, using your Key Stage 2 SAT results. Your teachers predict the grades they believe you will achieve at the end of year 11, based on the work you do in class.
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    I'd worry about your A level predicted grades when you have taken the rest of your GCSEs - most predictions are based on your average GCSE score. Do your best in November because you won't be able to re-sit these specifications again next Summer - they are only open to candidates who were 16 by the end of August.
 
 
 
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