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    Good afternoon my dear peers,
    My name is Dominika, I am 17 (18 in April) and I am currently in my last year of sixth-form. My aim for this year is to get at least 2 of my university offers and get A's and B's in my A-level exams. At university, I want to study children's nursing and for the universities that I have applied to I need to get 3 B's.

    My GCSE Results:
    • Maths - A
    • English Language - B
    • English Literature - B
    • Biology - A
    • Chemistry - A
    • Physics - B
    • Polish - A
    • Art - B
    • History - A
    • ECDL - Distinction*




    AS results:
    • Biology - A
    • Chemistry - C
    • Mathematics - C
    • Polish - A



    A-level predictions:
    • Biology - A
    • Chemistry - B
    • Mathematics - B
    • EPQ - B
    • Polish - A (already done full A-level last year)


    I am very excited to begin my journey here as I keep track of my progress and keep in touch with everyone who is in the same boat as me.
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    Today I managed to do some fun notes as my revision for chemistry today. They are on Amino acids, proteins and DNA. A-level chemistry is quite hard so when I get to the point where I'm starting to burn out, I revise and review topics that I don't find as difficult. Amino acids, proteins and DNA aren't too difficult for me as I also do biology and most of the things that you need to know in chemistry in the second year, you have already learnt in biology in the first year so I guess I could even class this as double revision

    Anyways enough of me rambling, I need to get back to work so here, enjoy these notes that I made.
 
 
 
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