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    Hellloo, i'm confident about my A-levels, espically the other two subects i'm taking. However i'am quite unsure about my Eng A-Level. Is there any chance i can achieve an a* or an a in my A-Levels when i got a C/B in my English GCSE? Or am i being a bit too naive? I'm prepared to work as hard as i can.

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    (Original post by MunaLimbu)
    Hellloo, i'm confident about my A-levels, espically the other two subects i'm taking. However i'am quite unsure about my Eng A-Level. Is there any chance i can achieve an a* or an a in my A-Levels when i got a C/B in my English GCSE? Or am i being a bit too naive? I'm prepared to work as hard as i can.

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    Do you do A-level English lit and lang second year
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    IMO GCSE's mean nothing in terms of predicting A Level grades, if you are willing to work hard you will do well.

    Although I must admit English Literature A-Level is very weird in terms of the results people get. Of my class of 15 people, 2 got their target grade (an equal amount higher/lower). English language is a bit more secure and easier in terms of getting a better grade, probably why literature is facilitating.
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    nope, it's my first year and i have only been doing it for about 3 months now
 
 
 
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