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I’m predicted 5 in English language but I got a 3 in paper 1 and paper 2 I got a 4 November mocks which made my overall grade 3. I’m worried that I won’t be able to do a levels
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I’m predicted 5 in English language but I got a 3 in paper 1 and paper 2 I got a 4 November mocks which made my overall grade 3. I’m worried that I won’t be able to do a levels
I'm sure teachers wouldn't want you to do bad purposely. But if you aren't happy with your grades, you can do your English GCSE in 2021 and revise througout the year. Maybe you could get a job during that time, do volunteering or anything that could help you with your CV for uni. Or maybe you might be able to sit your English GCSE this November but I'm not sure about that.
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I'm sure teachers wouldn't want you to do bad purposely. But if you aren't happy with your grades, you can do your English GCSE in 2021 and maybe do something else in your free time while you revise like get a job, do some volunteering or anything that could help with your CV. Or maybe you could sit your GCSE in November but I'm not sure about that.
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The teachers should understand how much someone can improve between mocks and the real thing. They shouldn't be harsh on you. But you should re take it if you aren't happy with your result <3
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I'm sure teachers wouldn't want you to do bad purposely. But if you aren't happy with your grades, you can do your English GCSE in 2021 and maybe do something else in your free time while you revise like get a job, do some volunteering or anything that could help with your CV. Or maybe you could sit your GCSE in November but I'm not sure about that.
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I'm sure teachers wouldn't want you to do bad purposely. But if you aren't happy with your grades, you can do your English GCSE in 2021 and revise througout the year. Maybe you could get a job during that time, do volunteering or anything that could help you with your CV for uni. Or maybe you might be able to sit your English GCSE this November but I'm not sure about that.
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The teachers should understand how much someone can improve between mocks and the real thing. They shouldn't be harsh on you. But you should re take it if you aren't happy with your result <3
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I just want a 5 in language
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I'm predicted a 2/3 in GCSE math. Anyone know where I can find a grade 1/2 booster pack online or not? I have tried www.mymaths.co.uk but I have found that their booster revision packs are too difficult for me personally. Many thanks in advance!
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But what about a levels

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you could just do a levels after. There is this girl I know who is a year older than everyone else in her year and she prefers it.
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