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    In second year of A Levels and my AS' counted for half (still old subjects). Basically is A2 harder than AS'. I mean I've noticed the work is harder. But do people usually do better at A2 or AS? is it harder to better at A2?

    I want 3 As minimum. Last year I got AAC!

    I'm doing those 3 subjects and repeating half of the AS that I got a C in (as the other half was an A)

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    (Original post by Aaron2515)
    In second year of A Levels and my AS' counted for half (still old subjects). Basically is A2 harder than AS'. I mean I've noticed the work is harder. But do people usually do better at A2 or AS? is it harder to better at A2?

    I want 3 As minimum. Last year I got AAC!

    I'm doing those 3 subjects and repeating half of the AS that I got a C in (as the other half was an A)

    Thanks
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    People who do bad at AS usually step it up and get 1-3grafes higher , seen this happen before , as the jump from y12-y13 isn't that big , you should be fine to aim for A/A*s if you work hard
    I know people who have gone from Cs/Ds to As in a level
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    People who do bad at AS usually step it up and get 1-3grafes higher , seen this happen before , as the jump from y12-y13 isn't that big , you should be fine to aim for A/A*s if you work hard
    I know people who have gone from Cs/Ds to As in a level
    Thank you! Didn't know that
 
 
 

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