D grade at AS to B Grade at A2? Watch

Kasey101
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Just wondering, can that happen, especially in science subjects.
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Yep, easily. Did it last year myself
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Well I have to get from a C grade in AS to an A grade in A2...xD.....Its not impossible but really hard, depending on how many other exams you have
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Retakes!
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I'm in the same situation, have to get my D to a B. Got a B my Jan retake so thats got me up to a D+, guess I've got my work cut out for me... But I think I can do it, and if I can. So can you.
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Yep, easily. Did it last year myself
what was your overall grade for the A level?
p.s: well done
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I have more than 10 exams in the summer, so yeah my life from now is going to be pretty stressful, but if people can do it, then it can't be impossible.
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I have more than 10 exams in the summer, so yeah my life from now is going to be pretty stressful, but if people can do it, then it can't be impossible.
It is definitely possible, just manage your revision time efficiently. I effectively messed up all my AS subjects and had to retake almost everything in June (our school wouldn't let us do Jan resits because of A2 modules).

dream123, I got a B for that subject in the end, and literally just missed the A by 5-6 marks.
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I've seen it been done, so yes. Resits are your friend. =)
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dream123, I got a B for that subject in the end, and literally just missed the A by 5-6 marks.

awww...atleast you didnt totally fail.
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awww...atleast you didnt totally fail.
lol, cheeky.
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Last year i got E in maths and E in physics modules

this year i got both As in both modules , which has definately helped me.

i'd say its definately possible.
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How did u get from an E to an A, that must have be some hardcore revision.
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yeah aswel as revising loads alot of it started to make sence to me after doing M1 physics was much easier.and with maths after doing core 3 , core 1 was a walk in the park so to speak.
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I got a D in law in AS and retook two modules and have now got a mid-B. I am aiming for an A but i'm not sure how likely that is however I did just get a high B in my A2 module. Is it possible to get an A if you have a B in AS without getting amazing grades?
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i just moved my chemistry AS grade from E to C by doing just 1 resit!!! you can easily move your grade from D to B in sciences as long as you put the required effort in!!
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In my Business unit 1 retake, i went from D to a high B. In my Sociology unit 1 retake i went from 78/105 B to 99/105 A. So retakes are your key and as long as you take the neccessary steps, like revision, then you can improve by one grade at least or in some cases two
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