Three years for A*A*A*AAA! Watch
Current AS grades:
French - A (AA) - 88%
Maths - B (BA) - 78%
English Literature - B (CA) - 76%
Chemistry - B (BB) - 74%
Resits on the table: Maths Unit 1, English Literature Unit 1, haven't decided which paper to resit in Chem yet
A2 English Literature
I am strongly considering finishing A2 Maths this year instead, and finishing A2 English Lit in my third year. It'll be easier to get back into English than Maths after a year of not doing it. Plus I'll be able to approach things with a fresh mind, and the knowledge I'll have to teach myself pretty much everything right from the start.
I want to study a history degree, so I have another two years ahead of me so I can switch paths. I will continue A2 History next year, fast-track sociology and finish (probably) English then, possibly with an EPQ to prove myself.
I am aiming for A*s in French, History and Sociology (and the EPQ if I do one), As in Maths, Chemistry and English Lit, and at least an M1 in the Short Course Global Perspectives Cambridge Pre-U
I revised some French vocabulary on immigration and some grammar points. I also went through and translated the next chapter of Kiffe Kiffe Demain for tomorrow's lesson :O
I worked at quite a slow pace today, as I was anticipating a long evening ahead of me. Unfortunately, I got told that I had to go to work tonight, so that's what I did. It's 1am and I've just crawled into bed, so it's time for more presentation writing..
Best of luck!
I had my result back for the Short Course Global Perspectives Cambridge Pre-U a few days ago - M1. I'm a little disappointed, but we were the first year to sit this at my college so we were fumbling blind, really.
I've been predicted A*AA for the end of Year 13 in French, English Lit and Chem respectively!
Mocks were... interesting. I had a high A in History and a very low A in Chemistry. I have yet to find out about French and English, but my hopes aren't high. I love Keats, but his exam is pure evil
Chemistry - 80% UMS (yikes)
English Lit - 88% UMS
French - 94% UMS
History - 90% Raw marks (not a full paper)
I feel a lot less like I'm drowning now. I can only hope things will continue to improve :')