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Hi, in my GCSEs I got 11A*s and 1A (the A was in a Free Standing Maths Qualification, where it was the highest grade- you can't get an A*)

Here is the list of subjects I took:

Maths EDEXCEL iGCSE
English Lit CIE
English Language CIE
Biology EDEXCEL iGCSE
Chemistry EDEXCEL iGCSE
Physics EDEXCEL iGCSE
Spanish OCR
Sociology AQA
Geography AQA
Computing EDEXCEL GCSE
Additional Maths OCR FSMQ
Russian Language EDEXCEL

If anyone has any questions about a particular subject or my revision in general, ask away
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there should just be a huge thread on gcses, too many of us have A's and A*s and AMA's :rofl:
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what matter more , gcse's or a-levels ?
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JKS jks, what are you doing for a levels?
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Ae boss,what is a gcse?
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Ae boss,what is a gcse?
GCSE is short for General Certificate of Secondary Education. These are the exams taken by Year 11s (15-16 years old, but mostly 16). I'm not this "Ae boss" you speak of, but I hope I helped you out a bit.
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Best websites to revise from or any tips and advice?
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(Original post by Carbon Dioxide)
GCSE is short for General Certificate of Secondary Education. These are the exams taken by Year 11s (15-16 years old, but mostly 16). I'm not this "Ae boss" you speak of, but I hope I helped you out a bit.
Lol I was joking about that.'Ae boss' is a running gag on filthy franks' channel.
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what matter more , gcse's or a-levels ?
To whom? If you mean to universities and employers, A levels matter more than GCSEs, however many places have the requirement of 5 A*-C grades at GCSE.
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JKS jks, what are you doing for a levels?
I'm doing Maths, Further Maths, Economics, Psychology
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Best websites to revise from or any tips and advice?
I used Quizlet a lot for learning Spanish vocab.
I also found it useful to watch YouTube videos of any topics that I didn't get for STEM subjects.
Make sure you always use the specification when revising because the exam board will formulate the questions very closely to the spec.
I know this is a cliche, but make notes throughout the year
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To whom? If you mean to universities and employers, A levels matter more than GCSEs, however many places have the requirement of 5 A*-C grades at GCSE.
both really
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