I got an A in both core and additional science GCSEs, and a 6 (B) in maths. I'm concerned because 10% of the questions are maths based - which obviously isn't my strength. In an ideal world I'd like to get an A, but it's early days and I'm not too sure. What do you think?
What A level grade am I likely to get? (Psychology) Watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-10-2017 18:52
- 06-10-2017 18:57
GCSE's aren't very good predictors of A Level success. I know quite a few people who got A* in psychology A Level, and there maths GCSE grades range from A*-B. So you will be fine if you work hard.
- 06-10-2017 20:00
The maths is basic statistics, you will be okay. The content you're expected to recall for the spec is huge - this will be your main issue. It's hard but with a lot of revision and consolidation you'll be okay
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