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    As you can see from the title, I am really disappointed with my grades of BBC in chemistry, maths and biology. I have been working really hard up till now so I don't understand why I'm getting these grades.
    I am aiming for the minimum of AAA to get into my course at uni.
    My questions are:
    Is there enough time for me to pick up my grades providing that I start learning my mistakes now?
    Do you guys have any advice on achieving high grades in these subjects?
    In your opinion, what is the best way to approach data questions or application in biology.

    Thank you
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    (Original post by sahra30013)
    As you can see from the title, I am really disappointed with my grades of BBC in chemistry, maths and biology. I have been working really hard up till now so I don't understand why I'm getting these grades.
    I am aiming for the minimum of AAA to get into my course at uni.
    My questions are:
    Is there enough time for me to pick up my grades providing that I start learning my mistakes now?
    Do you guys have any advice on achieving high grades in these subjects?
    In your opinion, what is the best way to approach data questions or application in biology.

    Thank you
    BBc shows that you have the knowledge, just slightly missing the exam technique

    But that's a blanket statement - for you to learn and teach your target grade, you need to review your mocks, preferably with your teacher, understand what went wrong and plan how you will improve.
 
 
 
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