Has anyone every made a mistake an exam but got a good grade?Watch
No but you cant change that now just dont worry about it i wont help now
Remember you've taken 2 other papers, there are 300 marks in total for A level chemistry! so those 6 marks are a tiny fraction of that. I know everyone says this, and it's easier said than done, but you can't change it now and you just have to try to move on
It was!! Did you do that paper today? I'm actually retaking chemistry as I got a B last year but thought I could improve and get to the uni I want after my Dad passed away weeks before my exams last year. If a silly mistake is the difference between me going and not I'll be heartbroken 😓
So I've just had my A2 chemistry exam and I mucked up on the 6marker. I wrote some things down but I'm so annoyed I made such a silly mistake! Has anyone ever done this but still got like an A/A*?
I'm sorry to tell you this but after making a small mistake on 1 QUESTION, that defeats your chances of even getting a D.
You'll have to retake AQA chemistry for another year.
I feel neutral about paper 3, just weird because usually I can tell how a paper went but have no idea about this one, need an A* too for my offer but that's looking unlikely smhhh
My friend had just reread her A* essay on the fight scene and wanted to write it all down before she forgot it, so she opened the answer booklet and just went for it. It was only after she'd written it and half the time was gone that she went to the booklet to see what question number she should put next to it, and... no question on the fight scene.
She panicked a lot and did her best to answer the questions worth most marks and she didn't bother crossing out the fight scene essay and got an A overall.
Also, on a science test a girl missed the last 3 pages of questions - she got to the 4th from last page, turned it, didn't realise she's turned 2 pages at once, saw the desk, and figured that was the end. Fortunately, she'd done so well on the rest of it she still came out with an A.