The First Cohort of IAL In My School - A Year 12-13 JourneyWatch
I have done:
2 Maths C1 (P1) Topic exercises
1 Maths C1 past paper
1 Maths S1 past paper
2 Maths C2 (P2) Topic exercises
2 Maths C3 (P3) Topic exercises
Chemistry unit 1 past papers (Jun 2019, Jan 2019, Oct 2018, June 2018, Jan 2018, June 2017, Jan 2017, Oct 2016 and June 2016)
Physics unit 1 past papers (Jun 2019, Jan 2019, Oct 2018, June 2018, Jan 2017, Oct 2016, June 2015, June 2014 x2)
(Actually, my score is in the top 7% of candidates, calculated by interpolation from Maths S1)
A 4-0 win is a fantastic result for a derby day! This is my motivation for now!
I also bought some golden star stickers from a stationery shop today. I will put one sticker on every past exam paper or test/exam paper which I received an A.
I want to study data science, health physics or engineering in uni.
I have these choices:
UCAS- Manchester, UCL, Imperial, Sheffield, Warwick
Other countries- Sydney (Australia), Melbourne (Australia), (still considering...)
I am going for AAA-AAB (I am confident that I will get at least A in Maths and Physics), do I have good choices?
And it is the highest mark in the class!
Will be rewarding myself soon.
We are the heroes of our time
But we're dancing with the demons in our minds
(From Heroes, by Mans Zelmerlow)
I only got 25/35 in the other Maths paper, consisting of P2, P3 and P4 topics, the latter 2 I am weaker in. So, when I do full papers, I will do some tiered ones from PMT as well. For P1, P2 and S1, I will only do the Gold papers, but for P3 and P4, I have to do the Silver ones first before the Gold ones.
I want to use this in conjunction to my GYG from now on, and will ask my teacher to follow this.
My Maths teacher has also given me 2 books consisting of different types of questions, and I need to complete at least 60 pages in total for Christmas, but I have already done 37 pages. I think I will go on and do a double by completing 120 pages in total. If I failed any of these tests, the following will be the result of Leicester vs Liverpool, to be played on Boxing Day:
However, if I went on a really good run and received top (A) grades in all of them, this will be the result:
A 4-1 win against your closest title rival is a really great result!
So, I want to use the time on the buses to write scripts for some of my own revision songs and/or educational videos on A-level topics, so I can help not just myself, but more people taking the exams in the years to come! This is also a great opportunity, as after every swimming practice, there is always a traffic jam when I take the bus.
And I have decided to start studying Topics 9 and 10 in Chemistry, leaving Topic 8 only to be covered for the first time at school, so I can start preparing for my Unit 2 exam earlier.
If I got an A in all of them, this is the result:
My very kind Chemistry teacher requires us to draw a concept map on all topics in Organic Chemistry, so I will do it not only for his required topic 4 and 5, but I will also do it for Topic 10, to exceed the requirements of the teacher!
My next set of mocks is in early March, and if I get A grades in all of the mocks, the following will happen:
(Announcer: ) After 3 decades, this team has finally done it, wrapping up the league title in a record-breaking season. So, please welcome the 2019/20 Premier League Champions, Liverpool FC!
As a result, I am going to spend a ****** long time (30 days) to prepare for my next 2 tests. They are in February, but I have started preparation since Jan 9.
If I failed any of these tests, these will be the results of Norwich vs Liverpool and Liverpool vs West Ham, to be played on 2 straight weekends in February:
But if I got an A grade, these will be the results: