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    Does it take the same intelligence to get 6 and 10 A* and please explain why
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    (Original post by veeraxox)
    Does it take the same intelligence to get 6 and 10 A* and please explain why
    you already posted this
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    (Original post by veeraxox)
    Does it take the same intelligence to get 6 and 10 A* and please explain why
    Asking a question like this makes me depressed you even got one. I seriously hope you are kidding.
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    (Original post by Pedaly7)
    you already posted this
    where
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    (Original post by veeraxox)
    where
    well you obviously deleted it
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    (Original post by veeraxox)
    where
    never mind there it is https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4996980
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Asking a question like this makes me depressed you even got one. I seriously hope you are kidding.
    You are abhorrent, wow.
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    I don't even think you'd get 1A* with that kind of logic.
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    (Original post by veeraxox)
    Does it take the same intelligence to get 6 and 10 A* and please explain why
    It takes greater intelligence to get 10A*s than 6A*s, sorry.

    Coming from a person who got 9 plus a distinction xP
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    (Original post by Party-P3opl3-9)
    It takes greater intelligence to get 10A*s than 6A*s, sorry.

    Coming from a person who got 9 plus a distinction xP
    modesty, i like it
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    (Original post by AryanGh)
    I don't even think you'd get 1A* with that kind of logic.
    why?
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    (Original post by Party-P3opl3-9)
    It takes greater intelligence to get 10A*s than 6A*s, sorry.

    Coming from a person who got 9 plus a distinction xP
    humility at it's peak.
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    (Original post by Yaboi)
    You are abhorrent, wow.
    Feel free to explain otherwise you look rather unhinged.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Feel free to explain otherwise you look rather unhinged.
    There was no need for that, you are just insulting the guy.
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    It doesn't really take intelligence to get loads of A*s at gcse just rote memorization and being a jack of all trades.
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    I don't think the difference in achieving 6 and 10 A*s is learnt academic intelligence but rather raw intelligence that enables you to apply yourself to a wide range of subjects and achieve understanding in them to a high level. That's why 10 A*s is better than 6
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    You already posted this, this is again my response:
    GCSE's don't measure intelligence at all, It's just about commitment and effective revision. E.g. I know multiple people who got 10+ A*'s at GCSE and they all got between AAA-ABB at A Level. This is because at GCSE they were good at a lot of things a 'Jack of all trades', but not particularly amazing at anything. While people who got a few A*'s at GCSE got A*AA-A*A*A* at A Level so their intellectual potential is clearly higher in a specialised area. So to answer your question 0A* at GCSE takes the same level of intelligence as 10A*.
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    (Original post by Party-P3opl3-9)
    It takes greater intelligence to get 10A*s than 6A*s, sorry.

    Coming from a person who got 9 plus a distinction xP
    No, it really doesn't.
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    well I got 9 A* at GCSE and my friend (who is practically a genius and is now getting four A* at a level) got 6A*.
    I would not consider myself that clever by any means - I am just a hard worker and am now struggling slightly with A level chem.

    So my answer is - I don't think GCSEs really show intelligence, just work ethic
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    (Original post by izzy55555)
    well I got 9 A* at GCSE and my friend (who is practically a genius and is now getting four A* at a level) got 6A*.
    I would not consider myself that clever by any means - I am just a hard worker and am now struggling slightly with A level chem.

    So my answer is - I don't think GCSEs really show intelligence, just work ethic
    This is correct.
 
 
 
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