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Hello! I'm in year 13 and am hoping to get AAB-AAA at the end of this year for Exeter.

However, I'm really worried that I won't be able to/that I'm aiming too high! Recently I've had some disappointing results in my Psychology exams, but I've been told that I can get A's in all my 3 subjects if I work hard. In my recent exams, I got ABC, and my predictions are ABB when on UCAS they're A*AA, as at the beginning of the year I applied for Cambridge but got rejected :P Because my predictions are ABB and because I'm not getting A's in my psychology and spanish tests at the moment, does it mean I'm aiming too high? I'm not too worried about English.

Also, I'm a bit confused about two conflicting pieces of info I have received from teachers! My head of year said they usually predict one above what the person got at the end of year 12 (I got ABB), but then another school says people get at the end of sixth form what they get in year 13? I'm really confused!

Thank you so much!!
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Just means you need to work harder to achieve your goal.
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Just stick with it! If you keep putting the effort in then there is no reason why you can't achieve the grades you need
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(Original post by Student-95)
Just means you need to work harder to achieve your goal.
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Just stick with it! If you keep putting the effort in then there is no reason why you can't achieve the grades you need
Thank you both so much! I really hope so, you know when you just have a sudden bit of panic!! I will put the effort in, Year 13 has been a hard year but it will hopefully be worth it!!
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