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Hi again, I really badly want to achieve a grade 9 in my subjects because I want to prove to people that you do no matter what you may have you can achieve anything. Does anyone have any advice?
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Hi again, I really badly want to achieve a grade 9 in my subjects because I want to prove to people that you do no matter what you may have you can achieve anything. Does anyone have any advice?
what year are you in at the moment?
firstly you need to start revising early and keep organised - as well as making sure you know your topic inside out and can apply it to lots of different questions
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Hi again, I really badly want to achieve a grade 9 in my subjects because I want to prove to people that you do no matter what you may have you can achieve anything. Does anyone have any advice?
No. You already know the answer. Go get yourself a 9.
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what year are you in at the moment?
firstly you need to start revising early and keep organised - as well as making sure you know your topic inside out and can apply it to lots of different questions
I’m in Year 11.
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Your title interested me-
Back in 2005 I was given a grade of 6, but never paid any attention. What are grades? What's the best-worst grades, and yeah (to add onto OP's question), how do you get a grade 9?


OP;
You can do it. You have the drive to reach the higher grades (through (wanting to) improve your work) despite whatever disability you have. However, you should be reaching higher grades because you want to (and can!), not to 'prove a point' to people who don't matter-- AKA the bullies and/or those who discriminate you.

If you're looking for drive, make it more positive. Make somebody who wants to see you succeed proud, rather than trying to surprise those who can't and won't see you succeed because they don't want to. Even if either of the above is yourself.


Good luck dood
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Thank you so much! I hope next year in August I will reply to you with positive news

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Your title interested me-
Back in 2005 I was given a grade of 6, but never paid any attention. What are grades? What's the best-worst grades, and yeah (to add onto OP's question), how do you get a grade 9?


OP;
You can do it. You have the drive to reach the higher grades (through (wanting to) improve your work) despite whatever disability you have. However, you should be reaching higher grades because you want to (and can!), not to 'prove a point' to people who don't matter-- AKA the bullies and/or those who discriminate you.

If you're looking for drive, make it more positive. Make somebody who wants to see you succeed proud, rather than trying to surprise those who can't and won't see you succeed because they don't want to. Even if either of the above is yourself.


Good luck dood
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