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I was wondering how much of an impact year 10 will have on my predicted grades. My depression took it’s toll on me throughout that year which pretty much dropped both my grades and attendance record, but having started year 11 and therapy and somewhat had got rid of the problem, my grades are doing fairly better now. For example, I went from 4s and 5s in the beginning of chemistry to 8s and 9s now.

Also, wil SATs predicted grades also have any impact at all? I know it’s not necessarily the best indicator of actual GCSE results, but I’m heavily relying on the fact that it was somewhat high.
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SATs won’t have an impact (it didn’t at my school anyway) but my Yr 10 mocks caused my predicted grades to drop (I was predicted 8’s and 9’s, got 6’s in science so my science predicted grades went down to 7’s) HOWEVER! Your predicted grades are not your final grades. I came out of GCSEs with my science grades all higher than my predicted grades so don’t let your predicted grades determine how good you are let them be a driving factor to prove you can do better
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