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    Im just gonna fill you in quickly,

    The subjects im taking are Bio, Chem, Art and RS and i want to get into Dentistry at any uni really.
    My GCSE results meet the requirements and all, however they need a lot of help from my A Level results in order to make my application much stronger (and yes the ukcat too obvs).

    Do they take the first AS mocks you do into account for your predicted grades? if not what do they take into account as i seriously need at least AAAA!

    Im in Y12 and just completed my january mocks and got BBBB in all my subjects.

    is the trajectory looking up for me? Does anyone have any tips for Bio and Chem A LEVEL? (or any notes that they may have)

    Thanks guys

    You should be absolutely fine to get those predictions. A lot of people get grades ranging from C-E, it's not uncommon, and they tend to improve quite a lot, so you have done well! Find out what you need to do to improve and constantly seek ways of improving and your teachers should be happy to predict you higher.

    We did AS exams at the end of Y12 so our predictions were mainly based on those and they didn't take into account mocks.

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