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serious question
these are my mock results for January 2020, and I am in year 10.
am I on the right track of getting all 8s/9s or should they be higher?
please let me know - thanks

maths - 6
English language (paper2) - 7
english literature (only Dr Jekyll & mr hyde essay question) - 6
biology - 8
chemistry - 7
physics - 7 (only JUST scraped it)
spanish - 5 (????)
computer science - 7
stats - n/a
re - 6 (she made us do one 12 mark question as a mock and gave us a whole 40 mins)

- for sciences the mocks were only on paper 1
- stats I've only just started
- computer science was like 85% of paper 1
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yeah ur dumb
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yeah ur dumb
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serious question
these are my mock results for January 2020, and I am in year 10.
am I on the right track of getting all 8s/9s or should they be higher?
please let me know - thanks

maths - 6
English language (paper2) - 7
english literature (only Dr Jekyll & mr hyde essay question) - 6
biology - 8
chemistry - 7
physics - 7 (only JUST scraped it)
spanish - 5 (????)
computer science - 7
stats - n/a
re - 6 (she made us do one 12 mark question as a mock and gave us a whole 40 mins)

- for sciences the mocks were only on paper 1
- stats I've only just started
- computer science was like 85% of paper 1
In all honesty, it’s is possible to tell as you haven’t covered a fraction of the content from year 11 which tends to be much harder, plus over the break you’ll forget around 85% of what you have learnt the previous year, Paper 2 for science are extra sciences which are really difficult, same with history, Geography and even maths, as of right now on average students do go up 1.5 grades from Year 10- GCSEs, but I wouldn’t say you would with certainty; it depends on how much you work, some schools tend to focus on individual areas of weakness in Year 11, so if your school has that system, then it’s a possibility to get all 8s and 9s but very few people actually get them. But good luck.
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yeah ur dumb
ouch lmao
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In all honesty, it’s is possible to tell as you haven’t covered a fraction of the content from year 11 which tends to be much harder, plus over the break you’ll forget around 85% of what you have learnt the previous year, Paper 2 for science are extra sciences which are really difficult, same with history, Geography and even maths, as of right now on average students do go up 1.5 grades from Year 10- GCSEs, but I wouldn’t say you would with certainty; it depends on how much you work, some schools tend to focus on individual areas of weakness in Year 11, so if your school has that system, then it’s a possibility to get all 8s and 9s but very few people actually get them. But good luck.
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