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    So I want 3As or at least 2As and 1B in my final year a level but I failed all my recent mock exams getting less than 50% in all the subjects. If I'm honest, I have not worked at all all year and revised the night before each exam. I have 12 weeks until my real exams + all the coursework and projects im doing now. So if I really work hard for the next 12 weeks can I get 3As in Maths, Biology and Chemistry?
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    Is this AS or A2? If AS it would obviously be tough but easily possible you still have a lot of time to your exams you would just have to put a lot of work in. If it is A2 probably not. The amount of content you would have to learn from the combined AS and A2 for 3 subjects in the time given it would be pretty amazing if you did. Never say never though.
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    Yes, definitely possible
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    (Original post by GCSE2016Troop)
    Is this AS or A2? If AS it would obviously be tough but easily possible you still have a lot of time to your exams you would just have to put a lot of work in. If it is A2 probably not. The amount of content you would have to learn from the combined AS and A2 for 3 subjects in the time given it would be pretty amazing if you did. Never say never though.
    It's not a probably not.. a lot of students are in his position. It's a matter of fact if he puts in time now he'll get minimum BBB.
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    It's not a probably not.. a lot of students are in his position. It's a matter of fact if he puts in time now he'll get minimum BBB.
    Like I said if he did it would be amazing and never say never but realistically to go from under 50% in all subjects 12 weeks before exams to AAA would take A LOT. Obviously it is still possible but it's all on if the person will put in the work and a post like this won't really get you anywhere.
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    (Original post by GCSE2016Troop)
    Is this AS or A2? If AS it would obviously be tough but easily possible you still have a lot of time to your exams you would just have to put a lot of work in. If it is A2 probably not. The amount of content you would have to learn from the combined AS and A2 for 3 subjects in the time given it would be pretty amazing if you did. Never say never though.
    Actually it's advanced higher which is th equivalent of A2. I still haven't done project work which we are starting now and projects are 25% of the course in advanced higher. Advanced higher is a separate course from higher (AS equivalent), so everything I do this year will be a separate grade.
 
 
 
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