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    My school sixth form has an average grade at C for a level . If I sacrifice and work really hard do you reckon I could get AAB for chemistry , biology , geography
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    (Original post by sabrine12)
    My school sixth form has an average grade at C for a level . If I sacrifice and work really hard do you reckon I could get AAB for chemistry , biology , geography
    My college has the average grade E and I managing to do alright (Barely but still ) so yeah but make sure you don't go sacrificing too much and make sure you revise smarter not harder.
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    My college has the average grade E and I managing to do alright (Barely but still ) so yeah but make sure you don't go sacrificing too much and make sure you revise smarter not harder.
    What did you get in what subjects ?
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    What did you get in what subjects ?
    Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics - trying to get As and Bs in those subjects.
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    Absolutely; it is entirely down to your motivation. Utilise everything you have in your power to gain a better understanding of the content: don't understand your teacher? Use the hundreds of revision websites out there, watch YouTube tutorials, use one of the multitude of a-level textbooks in your library (all have different authors so different ways of explaining), contact a past student or a uni student/knowledgable friend if you can for help, use online tutors (money allowing), or my favourite is just purely leaving it to sit for a couple of days and coming back to it with a fresh mindset and just trying to think through it (obviously not always possible but highly rewarding).
    It will take a lot a determination and you have to not allow yourself any excuses but you most definitely can get A*A*A* if you really wish. Best of luck!
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    Absolutely; it is entirely down to your motivation. Utilise everything you have in your power to gain a better understanding of the content: don't understand your teacher? Use the hundreds of revision websites out there, watch YouTube tutorials, use one of the multitude of a-level textbooks in your library (all have different authors so different ways of explaining), contact a past student or a uni student/knowledgable friend if you can for help, use online tutors (money allowing), or my favourite is just purely leaving it to sit for a couple of days and coming back to it with a fresh mindset and just trying to think through it (obviously not always possible but highly rewarding).
    It will take a lot a determination and you have to not allow yourself any excuses but you most definitely can get A*A*A* if you really wish. Best of luck!
    Exactly.
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    (Original post by MathsPhysMind)
    Absolutely; it is entirely down to your motivation. Utilise everything you have in your power to gain a better understanding of the content: don't understand your teacher? Use the hundreds of revision websites out there, watch YouTube tutorials, use one of the multitude of a-level textbooks in your library (all have different authors so different ways of explaining), contact a past student or a uni student/knowledgable friend if you can for help, use online tutors (money allowing), or my favourite is just purely leaving it to sit for a couple of days and coming back to it with a fresh mindset and just trying to think through it (obviously not always possible but highly rewarding).
    It will take a lot a determination and you have to not allow yourself any excuses but you most definitely can get A*A*A* if you really wish. Best of luck!
    This is so helpful thank you !
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