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Is it possible to go from ACC to ABB at a level Watch

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    Is this a realistic goal as the uni I wish to attend has offered me ABB
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    (Original post by rkrk1)
    Is this a realistic goal as the uni I wish to attend has offered me ABB
    The question is why you got two C's. If it was because you didn't really work for them, than it's certainly possible, if you're prepared to really put in the extra effort required.

    If however you tried the best you could, and still only recieved C's then two B's seems like a distant prospect. At the end of the day only you can decide whether you think that's possible.

    But to tell the truth, I think the question is moot. The harder you work, the better the A levels you will get. The better the A levels you get, the better the university you can attend, and the better your employment prospects.


    So what if you don't get ABB. Do the best you can.
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    (Original post by Yh60)
    The question is why you got two C's. If it was because you didn't really work for them, than it's certainly possible, if you're prepared to really put in the extra effort required.

    If however you tried the best you could, and still only recieved C's then two B's seems like a distant prospect. At the end of the day only you can decide whether you think that's possible.

    But to tell the truth, I think the question is moot. The harder you work, the better the A levels you will get. The better the A levels you get, the better the university you can attend, and the better your employment prospects.


    So what if you don't get ABB. Do the best you can.
    I tend to perform well on mocks and then under perform in exams, I am taking one resit and my other course is linear. In which i obtained to C grades. But thanks for the advice it is a very subjective question I understand.
 
 
 
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