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My grades are a mixture of 6's 7's and the odd 5
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Depends on how much work you put in and how the actual exams go.
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My grades are a mixture of 6's 7's and the odd 5
If you work productively you can, yes. There is always hope.
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ive done no revision! planning to start soon & bang it out
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If you work productively you can, yes. There is always hope.
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ive done no revision! planning to start soon & bang it out
Sounds like a plan then... few months out.. plenty of time to be honest. Get ye head down. Smash the exams. Come August 22nd you'll have some 8/9s on your results sheet :yy:
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Honestly yes, as long as you work hard! I found the revision timetable maker on here really good to plan for my revision sessions. It gives you good chunks of revision that go around other commitments, very useful to plan revision! Make sure you work hard and you’ll get there!
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