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    I’m in year 12 and I want to study law at university, but I revise so much and end up with awful grades. I’m starting to wonder what’s the point, since the expected AS grades for the uni I want to go to are AAA, and I can’t even get a C in any of my subjects. It’s ten weeks until my first exam and I’m heavily doubting myself, should I drop out, since it doesn’t look like I’m going to get anywhere near the grades I need?
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    No, there is no point in dropping out now. You don’t know your results till you know them. It is A-Level, it is meant to be difficult. Everyone struggles at some point and only those who put the work in and proceed gain success (usually). What subjects are you doing?
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    No, there is no point in dropping out now. You don’t know your results till you know them. It is A-Level, it is meant to be difficult. Everyone struggles at some point and only those who put the work in and proceed gain success (usually). What subjects are you doing?
    I’m doing History, RS and Sociology, but I’m struggling with RS the most
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    I’m doing History, RS and Sociology, but I’m struggling with RS the most
    Keep going on with the revision. Ask your teachers on what you can do to improve. Do plenty of practice - past papers till the exams. Good luck.
 
 
 

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