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Having undergone a surgery since basically the beginning of the year (I’m in yr12) I’ve been really behind in some of my subjects (bio,Chem,history,politics). I’ve been able to catch up on history and politics but with bio and chem I’m very behind. I do ocr at my school and I have done all of module 2 in bio but not 3 and 4, and most of module 2 in chem but not 3 and 4. My teachers have spoken to me and said that in order for me to continue with bio and chem I need to get good (basically get like a D/C) in my end of year mocks which are like in 5 weeks. Do you think it’s possible for me to catch up and secure at least a C in them even though I’m so behind?
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Any thoughts?
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I would look into seeing if you could stay for another year to retake tbh. You have a valid reason to.
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Use Tailored Tutors for chemistry and biology.
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I absolutely agree, use tailored tutors they're brilliant- albeit expensive.
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Use Tailored Tutors for chemistry and biology.
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