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    Heyy, in class I understand everything in science but in the end of topic tests I always do not that great. I’m predicted 3 grade 9s for science so obviously I want to be aiming for 90% in my tests. I also recently did the aqa specimen papers and got 72%, 75% and 78% (chem, bio and physics) which would be a grade 7/8 at best (using maths results last year) .
    I want to study medicine so GCSEs are the first step.
    How do you people get straight A*s or similar?
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    (Original post by rainbowcat1437)
    Heyy, in class I understand everything in science but in the end of topic tests I always do not that great. I’m predicted 3 grade 9s for science so obviously I want to be aiming for 90% in my tests. I also recently did the aqa specimen papers and got 72%, 75% and 78% (chem, bio and physics) which would be a grade 7/8 at best (using maths results last year) .
    I want to study medicine so GCSEs are the first step.
    How do you people get straight A*s or similar?
    You have the talent and you know how to study... you're just missing the direction.

    How do you get direction?

    Wel, you ask yourself where you lost marks in those exams... then shape your learning around that
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    You have the talent and you know how to study... you're just missing the direction.

    How do you get direction?

    Wel, you ask yourself where you lost marks in those exams... then shape your learning around that
    Ok thank you. I’ve gone over the questions and I think it is mainly understanding the mark scheme and the way it works.
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