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    In my mocks I had:
    Maths - D
    Chemistry - D
    Physics - E
    And Geography A
    Is it possible to improve these grades to all A's and has anyone got any tips?
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    yes, as long as you revise regularly and do loads of past papers.
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    Anything is possible! I use past papers, these are really good especially for chemistry and physics. This is because the marks for the paper will be less subjective to the marker than something like English. Through practice you will have a better understanding of what the question is actually looking for, key terms wise. Hope this helps! Good luck
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    I hope so, I got a U on my physics mock
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    hey do want to help each other with chem cuz I'm predcted a d cuz my teacher hates mes but I want an an a for my course.i do ocr
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    (Original post by pringles321)
    hey do want to help each other with chem cuz I'm predcted a d cuz my teacher hates mes but I want an an a for my course.i do ocr
    I do WJEC unfortunately, don't know how similar our courses are.
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    (Original post by ProoooTomOO7)
    I do WJEC unfortunately, don't know how similar our courses are.
    I don't know tbh
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    It's entirely possible. Why wouldn't it be? I've never understood why people ask questions like this. It's possible to get A*A*A* in your A-levels with only a few weeks revision if you put in enough effort(though that would require an incredible amount of effort). There's no reason for it not to be posible. It will just depend on how hard you work to achieve it.

    Like others have said, read past papers. Also, read relevant textbooks, online articles relevant to the subject, and anything else that you think might help. Also remember to do plenty of practice. A good method of revising for exams is to read the past papers now and practice answering the questions, and then practice them with a time limit in a couple weeks' time, after having not read them for a couple days. That will test how well you can retain the information, and how well you can cope with recalling the information in the time limit and answering the questions.

    Good luck.
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    Of course it is, just make sure you're work ethic is there and you don't give up.
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    Sure you can!
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    (Original post by Jazzyboy)
    It's entirely possible. Why wouldn't it be? I've never understood why people ask questions like this. It's possible to get A*A*A* in your A-levels with only a few weeks revision if you put in enough effort(though that would require an incredible amount of effort). There's no reason for it not to be posible. It will just depend on how hard you work to achieve it.

    Like others have said, read past papers. Also, read relevant textbooks, online articles relevant to the subject, and anything else that you think might help. Also remember to do plenty of practice. A good method of revising for exams is to read the past papers now and practice answering the questions, and then practice them with a time limit in a couple weeks' time, after having not read them for a couple days. That will test how well you can retain the information, and how well you can cope with recalling the information in the time limit and answering the questions.

    Good luck.


    Hi do you do As Law? because i would like to ask you some questions that i need hhelp with, if you do please let me know thanks in advance
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    (Original post by Jazzyboy)
    It's entirely possible. Why wouldn't it be? I've never understood why people ask questions like this. It's possible to get A*A*A* in your A-levels with only a few weeks revision if you put in enough effort(though that would require an incredible amount of effort). There's no reason for it not to be posible. It will just depend on how hard you work to achieve it.

    Like others have said, read past papers. Also, read relevant textbooks, online articles relevant to the subject, and anything else that you think might help. Also remember to do plenty of practice. A good method of revising for exams is to read the past papers now and practice answering the questions, and then practice them with a time limit in a couple weeks' time, after having not read them for a couple days. That will test how well you can retain the information, and how well you can cope with recalling the information in the time limit and answering the questions.

    Good luck.
    Hi do you do As Law? because i would like to ask you some questions that i need hhelp with, if you do please let me know thanks in advance
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    ya

    are you planning to resit any papers?
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    (Original post by Pyschh)
    Hi do you do As Law? because i would like to ask you some questions that i need hhelp with, if you do please let me know thanks in advance
    Umm no, I don't do As Law, sorry. I do BTEC IT. So can't really help you /:
 
 
 
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