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    We do an end of topic test roughly once per month and these are the grades I've got (we've done 4 so far)
    C,B,C,D

    I know it's only January but I'm aiming for an A* and that seems a bit farfetched at the moment, so is there any way to improve the grade?
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    Reread your past essays/tests and see what you made mistakes on. Then answer some practice questions with this in mind. Also check to see how the marks are given out and use that to see how to get a higher score. Not too much advice but I hope it helps, good luck
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    Reread your past essays/tests and see what you made mistakes on. Then answer some practice questions with this in mind. Also check to see how the marks are given out and use that to see how to get a higher score. Not too much advice but I hope it helps, good luck
    Thank you! I don't have access to the past tests I've done because the teacher takes it in, but I guess I'll practise the topic more
 
 
 
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