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I am in Year 13 doing my final year of A Levels. I have recently done my Feb' mocks and got DEE (Geography, Media, Business). I feel like I am a disappointment to people with these grades... I have got all 5 of my offers back for University, with my 2 favourites being Plymouth and Derby. The course I have chosen to do is Economics as I have really enjoyed doing this in a section in A Level business but its with a foundation year, as with all the Uni's I have chosen are. I only need 32-60 UCAS points to get to Plymouth (EE) but I just feel like im a failure... Am I a failure? I feel like I am as in my GCSE's I got the grades: 8 DT, 6 French, 5 Maths, 5 Phy/Chem/Bio, 4 English, 5 Geog', 3 History... Would be nice to hear back from people. Thanks!
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I am in Year 13 doing my final year of A Levels. I have recently done my Feb' mocks and got DEE (Geography, Media, Business). I feel like I am a disappointment to people with these grades... I have got all 5 of my offers back for University, with my 2 favourites being Plymouth and Derby. The course I have chosen to do is Economics as I have really enjoyed doing this in a section in A Level business but its with a foundation year, as with all the Uni's I have chosen are. I only need 32-60 UCAS points to get to Plymouth (EE) but I just feel like im a failure... Am I a failure? I feel like I am as in my GCSE's I got the grades: 8 DT, 6 French, 5 Maths, 5 Phy/Chem/Bio, 4 English, 5 Geog', 3 History... Would be nice to hear back from people. Thanks!
It all depends on how hard you worked. If you worked as hard as you could, and wouldn’t have been able to revise any better, than it’s fine. You can only do what you can. However if you aren’t working hard enough, and are naturally smart but are not trying hard enough, then you need to question yourself.
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