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    I did pretty badly in AS compared to my GCSE results and ended up with meh predicted grades.
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    I've only just started by AS levels, but I can honestly say that already I think I know how that feels D:
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    I'm going to be honest, I didn't perform as well as I'd hoped. My effort didn't make up for that though; I didn't revise too much. Still did relatively okay though :_;
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    (Original post by GreenWizard)
    I've only just started by AS levels, but I can honestly say that already I think I know how that feels D:
    Same, every little test we've done so far I keep getting U's
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    Honestly feel the opposite, but its all relative.
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    Like another, I've just started AS Levels and am not finding them too bad at the moment- in some ways, more relaxed and easier than GCSE.

    Then again, I did do 15 GCSEs and am taking English Language, French, Drama and Classics.

    [Classics is such a weird subject though...)
 
 
 
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