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    Is it okay? What's your opinion? Did you struggle with yours a bit?
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    I'm thinking of doing chemistry, but in my ASs I got AAC, with the C in chemistry. So you could say I'm struggling, or that I just found Bio and Psychology easy this year I guess, plus I thought I was naturally good at chem so I neglected it, but I guess not
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    its ok because everyone struggles with some parts of whatever they're studying. go through it in your own time and ask the teacher if you need help
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    (Original post by hello654321)
    its ok because everyone struggles with some parts of whatever they're studying. go through it in your own time and ask the teacher if you need help
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