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    Considering I got ABD at AS.
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    (Original post by Lia22)
    Considering I got ABD at AS.
    Nobody can tell you how much work you need to put in because every student is different and no-one else knows your ability or the reasons why you ended up with those AS grades.

    Assess yourself by asking what caused the discrepancy between the A and D grade subjects. Specifically, the amount of work you put in and how hard you found learning them.

    The answer will be applying at least the same level of effort for your A grade subject, and stepping up your D grade performance to exceed your A standard work by a considerable margin because you need to catch up.

    Do whatever is necessary.

    Its always best to do more than you are supposed to that way you can be absolutely assured that you will succeed and get the 3A's at A Level.

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