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    In my iGCSE's I got:
    English Literature: A*
    English: A
    Maths: A
    Biology: B
    History: A
    Physics: C
    Chemistry: E
    ICT: B

    I am now doing 4 A-levels:
    Sociology
    Psychology
    English Literature
    Applied science

    I did my Allis test and I got predicted at the end of AS:
    Sociology: D
    Psychology: D
    English Literature: D

    And for A2 I got predicted CCC.

    Bearing in mind that these 'results' were based on my iGCSE and Allis test (I didn't really prepare well or revise for these), would you say that these predictions of DDD in AS and CCC in A2 are accurate? And has and one done a lot better than their 'allis test' results? Do allis tests hold a lot of importance?
    I am feeling extremely deflated after receiving these results as i do not believe that these results are true representatives of my actual academic abilities.
    Thank you
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    Don't worry, these are not what you are getting by the end of year. You can do better! if you rely on those predicted grades then you are stupid.... Believe in yourself not on a computer...STOP WASTING TIME AND DO THE DAMN WORK!!!
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