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    Hi there. My name is Charlotte and this is how I plan to get my C grades to an A.
    I am currently in Year 12 taking sociology, psychology and health and social care with the intent of studying psychology at uni.

    I'm such a terrible procrastinator so I am hoping that by wanting to blog and document my journey will help motivate me to aim for those top grades.

    GCSE's: I never really revised for my GCSE's, Never knew how as things used to come naturally to me. Although I came out with decent grades, 13 A-C's, my terrible exams skills and lack of revision prevented me from reaching those top grades which I knew I was capable of. That truly opened my eyes on how I was holding myself back and that if I wanted to go to uni like I always imagined, then I had to step up my game and develop my revision techniques.

    If you are;
    -wanting to develop your revision skills
    -wanting to use your revision time more effectively
    -wanting to branch out and modify your already sculpted revision techniques to discover what truly works for you
    -Excited about stationary and organisation (my favourite part)
    I recommend sticking around and finding out where this thread goes.
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    Good luck Charlotte! You can definitely turn those Cs into As

    Looking forward to updates! Stay positive and never give up on your goals!
 
 
 
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