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    Do people tend to improve from their mocks , if so how many grades?
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    nah stayed the same. 11A*s to 11A*s
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    For some subjects I stayed the same for some I got better, I didn't do worse for any.
    The biggest difference was I got an E for my graphics mock in year 11 and I got an A in my real exam.
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    (Original post by JickDee)
    nah stayed the same. 11A*s to 11A*s
    Hahah well done!
    But there's alot of space for improvement - my friend got and E in her Latin mock and got an A* in the real thing. Others stay the same... just depends on how hard you work
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Do people tend to improve from their mocks , if so how many grades?
    Yeah of course you can! I got a D and an E in my geography mock and came out with an A and an A*
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Do people tend to improve from their mocks , if so how many grades?
    Depends on the person and how much work they put it. I went from D/Cs to As in a few subjects and one of my friends went from a D to an A*, anything's possible

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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