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So I noticed there is a lack of PE posts... anyone want to make a revision group chat on whatsapp? PM me numbers


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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.


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OP, you'd learn more from your fitness instructor than fellow students taking the A level...
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OP, you'd learn more from your fitness instructor than fellow students taking the A level...
It's a lot more than that.... so let's just not go there shall we?


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Hi there Chloeematt!

I may have something of use! I'm a Full time PE teacher and Private Tutor for AS/A2 PE (AQA, OCR, EDEXCEL) and run a company 'The PE Tutor'.

You can find me on Youtube or Facebook by searching 'The PE Tutor'.

Hope to hear from you soon!

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Hi, I am currently trying to decide my college courses and I'm thinking about taking P.E. a level, however, my only concern is the skill level required for the practicals. I have long term experience of playing netball but not by any means good compared to my friends who have won leagues. I love learning the theory and I've done GCSE P.E. I have heard how many talented people have taken the subject so my question is where do you think my skill level practically for P.E. should be in order to do well?
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A good question - with most exam boards only giving 10-30% of the overall grade towards practical performances, even if you completed an OK/Average practical and achieved 50-60% of the marks, then with a good theoretical assessment you could still potentially achieve 80-95% overall - which is the highest boundary.

Hope that helps!
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thanks so much! Really Helpful.
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