Hmm was nearly there
January results were worst than June results
5A* 6As and 1 pesky C at GCSE
2As and 2Bs
but both 2 Bs are about 8 marks off an A
so after my resit i'm all good to go
Were your AS results shocking compared to GCSEs? Watch
- 11-11-2008 18:28
- 11-11-2008 20:23
6 A*s and 3 As at GCSE
4 As and 1 B at AS
- 11-11-2008 20:31
GCSE, 6A*s and 6As, then AS, ACCD. Bit of a difference there. :P
Once of the Cs was only because I got aau in the modules though, and the other was because we did the whole AS level maths by January and I just wasn't good enough at maths to handle that.
And I just failed Physics.
- 06-03-2010 17:54
I didnt' do too well at all for my GCSE's :L
Got an E in Chemistry I thought I was destined to be a Zoologist! Got a B for Biology, though. Oh! the naïveté.
AAAB (English Lit, English Language, Spanish, Drama)
A (Did Spanish a year early)
- 06-03-2010 18:02
yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssss sssssssssssssssssssssssss, like very shocking lool
GCSE: 1 Distinction, 2A's, 3 B's and 5C's
AS last year- BCDE
- 06-03-2010 18:32
It was shocking for me as well!
GCSE: A*A*AAAAAAABBC (I have got to say that I took GCSE on my 2nd year living in UK, coming from a totally different country where English is not the first nor the second language! ... I thought I have to mention that )
Both Cs (2 marks off B) in the subjects that are important for me ! and D in Maths! (definitly not for me!)
Hopefully the January exams results will be much better to boost up my grades!
- 06-03-2010 20:10
Too early to say really. Got 7A* 3A 1B at GCSE, so far I have a biology ISA at Grade C. :/ In that exam, there were few if any questions where I thought: "Darn, no idea what they're on about!", so I'm thinking it's probably just accuracy or missing small marks here and there. But I'm determined to do well: hopefully I'll still be thinking that way after my module results next week! D:Last edited by klipspringer; 06-03-2010 at 20:13.
- 21-08-2010 23:23
A*A*A*A*A*A*AAABB at GCSE
at AS Level.. ABBBD :|
- 22-08-2010 01:11
Well... so far everyone I've spoken to in my year did worse then they expected (me included) lol some by a grade or two, others by A LOT
- 22-08-2010 03:39
Not surprised about AS. Two Ds were in Physics and General Studies and I'm taking neither next year, and they didn't include ICT (I do OCR Nationals and I'm working at a distinction). A was in French, C was in English Lit which is being remarked (AQA. sigh.)
- 22-08-2010 09:21
I did better than I should've I think. At GCSE I got
A*AAAAABBBBC, and that's with a B in French, A in Art and A in English Lit.
For my AS' I was predicted BB in English Lit. and Art, and CC in Philosophy and French.
I ended up with AABB with the A's in Philosophy and French, which is the same as my friend who got all A*'s at GCSE. Not a clue how it happened really.
- 22-08-2010 10:58
My results weren't shocking because I've generally enjoyed college (atmosphere and subjects) a lot more than school, so I expected, well, hoped, to do better at AS.
I'm resitting part of one of those B grades because I was so close. The other two are what I'm dropping and General Studies. So hopefully, I'll end up with all As for uni..
- 22-08-2010 11:49
Even tho i didn't do as well as i could have in gcse 2 A's 4 B's 1 C 1 D 1F. (another A for fsmq so techincally 3 A's) i worked hard and got AAAD in AS level dropping physics (D) and picking up accounting AS maybe.