Road to A*A*A*A in A level

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    Doing Biology, Chemistry, Maths and
    Psychology.
    Anyone else trying to get around about the same?
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    doing bio chem and maths
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    (Original post by alishba-rosex)
    doing bio chem and maths
    Awesome, I was forced to do 4 a levels and not 3
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    (Original post by alishba-rosex)
    doing bio chem and maths
    Same! Good luck xxx
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    (Original post by pondsteps)
    Same! Good luck xxx

    Good luck to you too xxx
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    (Original post by alig877)
    Awesome, I was forced to do 4 a levels and not 3
    PLEASE don't do 4 A Levels, unis honestly don't care make it easier for yourself. One of my friends (super super clever) did 4 A Levels and messed up one FM module and Imperial didn't accept him, had he done three he could have easily got into Cambridge. Don't underestimate the sheer amount of hard work for one extra A Level please!!!!
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    (Original post by alig877)
    Awesome, I was forced to do 4 a levels and not 3

    Aww poor you! I'm sure you can still achieve 4A*s though x
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    I'm studying law, history and sociology but good luck to you! I got a grade C in science at GCSE lmao
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    What are some of your revision tips?
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    (Original post by JACCKYD)
    PLEASE don't do 4 A Levels, unis honestly don't care make it easier for yourself. One of my friends (super super clever) did 4 A Levels and messed up one FM module and Imperial didn't accept him, had he done three he could have easily got into Cambridge. Don't underestimate the sheer amount of hard work for one extra A Level please!!!!
    If I do drop an a level, it will definitely e Psychology as that was the 4th a level I picked when I was forced into taking a fourth a level.
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    (Original post by MiracleLeaf)
    What are some of your revision tips?
    For revision, I go over a particular topic, make notes, read around the topic and make more notes, after that I do past paper questions related to the topic I am doing and whatever I get wrong and don't understand I go back and look over again until I get it, I never move on until I master a particular topic.
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    (Original post by alig877)
    If I do drop an a level, it will definitely e Psychology as that was the 4th a level I picked when I was forced into taking a fourth a level.
    Yeah do that man. Focus on the three and make sure they are A*'s, if you get three A*'s tell me and then my mind will be at rest.
    Don't let your teachers force you, they are your A Levels remember; not theirs.
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    (Original post by alishba-rosex)
    Aww poor you! I'm sure you can still achieve 4A*s though x
    Thanks, good luck to you for your a levels!
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    (Original post by JACCKYD)
    Yeah do that man. Focus on the three and make sure they are A*'s, if you get three A*'s tell me and then my mind will be at rest.
    Don't let your teachers force you, they are your A Levels remember; not theirs.
    I hardly ever get time to study for Psychology honestly, it's really not worth sacrificing my time for it, I could be studying more for my other 3 subjects.
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    (Original post by alig877)
    Doing Biology, Chemistry, Maths and
    Psychology.
    Anyone else trying to get around about the same?
    Good luck!
    From what I hear Biology is the most difficult of the subjects you're taking but don't assume maths will just a doddle.
    (I did maths, further maths, physics and chemistry and got A*A*A*A(...Physics coursework...))
    Don't worry about doing 4 subjects, from what I saw people taking 3 subjects weren't exactly using their extra time productively anyway.. .
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    (Original post by Ryanzmw)
    Good luck!
    From what I hear Biology is the most difficult of the subjects you're taking but don't assume maths will just a doddle.
    (I did maths, further maths, physics and chemistry and got A*A*A*A(...Physics coursework...))
    Don't worry about doing 4 subjects, from what I saw people taking 3 subjects weren't exactly using their extra time productively anyway.. .
    I LOVE maths i dont know why soo much peopel hate it xD
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    I LOVE maths i dont know why soo much peopel hate it xD
    Yep it's my favourite subject. I'm going to study it at university
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    (Original post by alig877)
    Doing Biology, Chemistry, Maths and
    Psychology.
    Anyone else trying to get around about the same?
    I'm doing chem, econ and maths and am aiming for A*A*A*! Best of luck!x
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    (Original post by Ryanzmw)
    Yep it's my favourite subject. I'm going to study it at university
    what do you want to be when you older me Accountant
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    (Original post by sunshine774)
    I'm doing chem, econ and maths and am aiming for A*A*A*! Best of luck!x
    Good luck xD
 
 
 
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