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How hard is it to get Cs at A levels? im just feeling very stressed and unprepared and worried i wont get the grades needed for uni
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As hard as it takes to get a C I guess?
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Depends how able and prepared you are.
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(Original post by wadadli268)
How hard is it to get Cs at A levels? im just feeling very stressed and unprepared and worried i wont get the grades needed for uni
What year are you in?
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Not that hard tbh
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Not that hard tbh
Depends on the A-level surely
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im doing the last year of a levels A2. I just need to get Cs
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im doing government, sociology and history
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As hard as it takes to get a C I guess?
wow so helpful
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Well a D/C A level is like a B in GCSE so idk
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wow so helpful
What do you want me to say? No offence but to get a C you put the required work in to... get a grade C? Or is that too complicated for you? You haven't even specified the subject(s).
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Well a D/C A level is like a B in GCSE so idk
Isn't an A* at GCSE a D at A-Level?
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Isn't an A* at GCSE a D at A-Level?
That's when A* GCSE student sits A level with no preparation whatsoever.

I think HalfEmptyBottle is taking 1-2 years of A level experience into account.
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Nah getting C's isn't hard as long as you've put in the work! Which it sounds like you have The median A-Level grade for most subjects is a B, so most people will get a B or above.
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Isn't an A* at GCSE a D at A-Level?
I'm not sure but just winging it at A level has very low success rate
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What subjects are you doing?
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What subjects are you doing?
sociology, history, government and politics
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Are you serious? A levels is so inflated. How are you worried that you won't get a grade C?
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ye just keep it up man
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