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If you could go back in time and change your A level experience, what is one thing you wish you would’ve done? (Grades wise)
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Siiiiiiiiigh.... my biggest regret? Not spending 3 hours or 2 even a day on a subject this is enough to get an A grade or A*. Most of the 2 years I spent juggling 4 A levels to end up with an ABEU, A levels are so much harder than gcse i wish I'd known weeks of studying before exam won't get you the grade.
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I think my predicted grades were AABB like this lol dont let predicted grades comfort you, you can get them without really knowing the subject
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Choose two entirely different subjects and add a third.
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Siiiiiiiiigh.... my biggest regret? Not spending 3 hours or 2 even a day on a subject this is enough to get an A grade or A*. Most of the 2 years I spent juggling 4 A levels to end up with an ABEU, A levels are so much harder than gcse i wish I'd known weeks of studying before exam won't get you the grade.
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I think my predicted grades were AABB like this lol dont let predicted grades comfort you, you can get them without really knowing the subject
I don’t get what you mean?
Like are predicted grades not representative or?
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Choose two entirely different subjects and add a third.
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Biology, chemistry, physics.
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Biology, chemistry, physics.
And what did you pick ? & what grade did you get?
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And what did you pick ? & what grade did you get?
Psychology C, sociology D 😩
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Psychology C, sociology D 😩

You can always redo them?
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Nah, I since learned they are not useful.
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I don’t get what you mean?
Like are predicted grades not representative or?
I'm just going to say it's an average of your class tests and your mocks the mocks before you've even covered the harder year 2 content (as is a walk in the park) and humans are quite selfish so you'll find a way to get your grades even if you don't understand the subject xD
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I'm just going to say it's an average of your class tests and your mocks the mocks before you've even covered the harder year 2 content (as is a walk in the park) and humans are quite selfish so you'll find a way to get your grades even if you don't understand the subject xD
Oh lol
I try to understand biology lol, I wikipedia it all. I’m really aiming for that A*
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