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    I take GCSE:

    MATHS -HIGHER
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE
    ENGLISH LIT
    GERMAN
    RS
    FOOD TECH
    TRIPLE SCIENCE - BIOLOGY
    CHEMISTRY
    PHYSICS
    GEOGRAPHY
    HISTORY
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    The ones you wanna do for alevel.
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    And you need to put min work in to pass maths and Englis.
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    (Original post by sophieeliza)
    I take GCSE:

    MATHS -HIGHER
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE
    ENGLISH LIT
    GERMAN
    RS
    FOOD TECH
    TRIPLE SCIENCE - BIOLOGY
    CHEMISTRY
    PHYSICS
    GEOGRAPHY
    HISTORY
    Depends on what you want to do at A-Level, and your academic ability, and what grades you want.

    Most find it “easy” to pass maths and English, but if you want A/A*’s it’s a different story.
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    Maths, English and Triple Science. It would be beneficial to look at the entry requirements for the subjects you want to do at A-Level, too. You'd also want to focus on them.
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    (Original post by FloralHybrid)
    Depends on what you want to do at A-Level, and your academic ability, and what grades you want.

    Most find it “easy” to pass maths and English, but if you want A/A*’s it’s a different story.

    i would really love A/A* in everything, as I am willing to put work in, and not to sound braggy, but I feel like a have a strong academic ability. I just don't know where to start and how to organise the amount of studying for each subject.
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    Essay based subjects need a lot of practice, and as said before, prioritize the ones you might do for a level.
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    (Original post by sophieeliza)
    i would really love A/A* in everything, as I am willing to put work in, and not to sound braggy, but I feel like a have a strong academic ability. I just don't know where to start and how to organise the amount of studying for each subject.
    Okay. Well, planning is key. Making a realistic plan you can stick to. But, start of light. Perhaps aim for 30 minutes in a subject each week. Or alternatively pick one or two subjects each week and focus on them as little or as much as you want to. Practice papers, revision materials, reading notes aloud etc.

    Given it’s still October, if you do too much now, you’ll tire yourself out before May and won’t have the motivation when it really matters. Start off light and work as you mean to go on. Good luck! x
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