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    GCSE: trash grades
    Currently doing equivalent to AAA
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    I'm 5'3, for GCSE I got 5 As and 5 Bs, I got ABB at A Level and I am averaging 70%+ in all of my university modules so far
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    5'7" - A*A*A

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    5'11" approaching 6' and on track for A*A*B at A-level
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    Never mind
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    5'5 Male
    GCSE: AAAAABBBB
    BTEC: D*D*D* (Predicted)
    Got offers from: Nottingham, Queen Mary, Aston, BCU, Coventry for Computer Science
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    Height: 1.87m/1.88m. Something like that, but I was probably a little shorter at the time of my A-levels.

    Grades were A*A*A and so my average grade was "A plus two thirds of a grade"

    But I have my doubts as to whether there really is any correlation between height and academic attainment.
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    TES have reported that taller students do better at school based on a study of over 10,000 students in the USA.







    Is it true for UK students? Post your height and your average grades and let's compare

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    8ft8 beast bodybuilder legend, womans man, model of the year, sexy of the year... A* all gcse grades, and A* as and a level grades, and pHD doctrate, my ladies call me dr. Big ifyaknowwhatimean i love showhen, and we sleep with ma ladays all the time. LESSGO!!!
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    1.83 m, A1A1A1A1A1 in Advanced Highers (equivalent to 5A* at A-level)
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    5"8
    GCSEs: A*AAAAAAABB
    A levels: AAAC
    Uni: 2:1
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    6ft
    Trash gcse grades (I think I have like 1 A, 2Bs rest Cs) Average C
    A level - AAC so average like B
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    (Original post by UWS)
    I have a success blog about it, check it out. Link is in my signature
    That's awesome I'll give it a read
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    5'7 and on average A.
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    I love how you went from BBC to a first at uni; there is hope
    True story

    There are so many success stories on TSR - you will be absolutely fine, just stay focused and work hard. But the most important thing is make sure you believe in yourself - I know it's corny, but seriously - go get what you want :yep:
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    5'4-5'5" male
    At GCSE achieved majority A*s with a couple As
    At A-Level achieved straight A*s
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    5'10"

    GCSE: 2A*s 7As 1B
    A Level: BBC
    Uni: ? My grades are all over the place, firsts in some modules but not/barely passing in others.
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    5'11, AAA at As
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    Well probably because TALL PEOPLE BLOCK SHORT PEOPLE FROM SEEING
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    (Original post by UWS)
    At GCSE: 5'3 - 2 A*, 1 A, 5 B and 1 C
    At A Level: 5'3 - BBC
    At uni: 5'3 - First

    So I haven't grown in 7 years, I think that's the main worry here.
    dude you have had a significant growth spurt recently

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    I'm 4 ft 9 and my average grades are A*-As
 
 
 
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