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Kieran181819
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Hey guys, I’m about to embark on a two year fast track course for A levels . I’m 18 years old. I already have an B grade in A level geography and a B grade in AS chemistry. How next year I’m going to be doing a maths fast track which is like 4 exams as the spec has changed and A2 chemistry with a few repeat subjects from AS chemistry. My offer is BBB. Any top students who have achieved fantastic grades give me any tips on how to ensure I get the best grades possible. I want to make sure I get a minimum of 3Bs or it will be time wasted. I achieved an A in maths gcse and AA in double award science. im more worried about the math. I’m planning to start over summer especially maths I know the majority of C1 and c2 already. Might just try and get through the whole a level as quick as possible the content anyways. I need 3Bs but I want to sim for higher of course? Any tips much appreciated
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So you're just doing maths and half of chemistry next year?

How is that fast track, surely that is equivalent to a normal workload.

In any event, I would say the key to doing well is to make sure that you practice a lot, particularly for maths. It is much more of a skill and by completing questions you will begin to notice patterns in how you answer them.
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I’m going to repeat my AS chemistry as-well suppose it’s not really starting from the beginning as I know all the content. So yea it’s a normal work load the course is it just called a fast track. I know most of the A2 chemistry aswell.
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So you're just doing maths and half of chemistry next year?

How is that fast track, surely that is equivalent to a normal workload.

In any event, I would say the key to doing well is to make sure that you practice a lot, particularly for maths. It is much more of a skill and by completing questions you will begin to notice patterns in how you answer them.
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If you care about getting a good grade then I would just do A Levels over 2 years instead of 1
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