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    I recently finished my last term of Year 10
    During the whole of Year 10 I have almost failed all of the test by getting a D and E.
    My question is can she predict my grade based on tests that are heavily based on questions that are classified on Highter tier material?
    I think I should be predicted based on a Foundation paper but I don't know what she will do
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    Your predicted grade doesn't matter at gcse just continue to study, smash your exam and get a good grade. Your prediction will literally never matter

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    Predicted grades are a joke.

    You can be predicted all 5s and still get all 9s in the exams.
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    GCSE grade predictions are completely irrelevant, although they may affect your college place; at the least, keep them mediocre.

    Do your best in the finals. That's all that matters at GCSE.


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    (Original post by Mightlobster)
    GCSE grade predictions are completely irrelevant, although they may affect your college place; at the least, keep them mediocre.

    Do your best in the finals. That's all that matters at GCSE.


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    Thanks so much you lot
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    It's true. Ignore GCSE grade predictions, teachers cannot put you in lower sets / groups based on these predictions because they're just estimations.

    My brother was doing he's GCSE Physics at a predicted E, but got an A* and an invitation to the best science college within our area.
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    In my end of year 10 maths test I got 2/80. By year 11, at the end, I was managing fours and occasionally a five. So I moved about four grades up, still not the best, but it shows it can be done. Try not to worry: there's still lots of time.
 
 
 
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