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Hi, I'm currently in year 13 and my ucas predicted grades are AAB-chemistry, psychology, biology.
Would I be able to achieve A*A*A* in my real exams? and what should I be doing now to work towards all A*s?

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Depends on how much you commit yourself to getting them grades :^_^:. Try to focus on quality instead of quantity, sure it'll help to revise for 5 hours, but you can easily learn more from 2 hours of effective studying. Work on creating revision material, my biggest tip along side that is working on past papers, review what you struggled with and focus on them areas in your revision. Condition yourself to stick to a schedule, when I was revising I made a Gantt chart to help me schedule myself effectively and you should easily see your grades rising.

I got a 4 in mathematics at GCSE and committed myself at 6th form and achieve A*, it's amazing what you can achieve when you put your mind to it, and finally attending my dream University next year.

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Depends on how much you commit yourself to getting them grades :^_^:. Try to focus on quality instead of quantity, sure it'll help to revise for 5 hours, but you can easily learn more from 2 hours of effective studying. Work on creating revision material, my biggest tip along side that is working on past papers, review what you struggled with and focus on them areas in your revision. Condition yourself to stick to a schedule, when I was revising I made a Gantt chart to help me schedule myself effectively and you should easily see your grades rising.

I got a 4 in mathematics at GCSE and committed myself at 6th form and achieve A*, it's amazing what you can achieve when you put your mind to it, and finally attending my dream University next year.

Believe in yourself and work effectively
Thank you for your advice!
Also well done that's amazing!!
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