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how hard is it to get BBD in a levels?

so all i need is to get BBD and I do maths comp sci and physiscs. how hard is it to get BBD in that order or subjects. Dont roast me saying it depends on me. i just wanna know in general is it easy
Yh very hard I got EED
And that was in maths chem and computer science
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Original post by unknown7861
Yh very hard I got EED

can i ask abt ur gcse grades? and also what u doin now lol
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Original post by unknown7861
Yh very hard I got EED

hello?
Original post by jake102:)
hello?


For some people it’ll be easy, for some people it’ll be hard. I know you don’t wanna hear this but it does depend on you, just try your best!
Gcse I got 9 in computer science 8 in maths 98 in science 9 in geography 8 in Rs 7 in english. The jump up from gcse to alevls in afr far greater than you think...
Right now im g an apprenteship in a law firm the best way if I was u.
Some advice that I can give you tho and I sat the papers last year. For computer science 90 percent of questions are the same as the past papers so learnt hem inside out and you'll be fine. For chem make sure you know every mechanism but the hard part is taking that mechanism and using it for example they use in the question. Paper 2 is harder than 1. Make sure you know the bone harder cycle comes up every year. Make sure you know all the formulas
Original post by jake102:)
so all i need is to get BBD and I do maths comp sci and physiscs. how hard is it to get BBD in that order or subjects. Dont roast me saying it depends on me. i just wanna know in general is it easy

These are very attainable grades if you put the work in. Nothing comes without making an effort so, I would recommend doing past papers, exam questions, using flashcards and blurting as these are all excellent active recall methods. By incorporating all of these into your revision, you should be able to achieve these grades and remember, consistency is key!
61% of maths students achieve a B or higher, 45% of CS students get a B or higher & 84% of physics students achieve a D or higher.

Although it is all macro data so doesn’t really serve any useful purpose of predicting how easy or challenging you will find it.
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Original post by unknown7861
Right now im g an apprenteship in a law firm the best way if I was u.

how did u get in with those grades tho ? cuz dont the employers/unis have requirements?
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Original post by mnot
61% of maths students achieve a B or higher, 45% of CS students get a B or higher & 84% of physics students achieve a D or higher.
Although it is all macro data so doesn’t really serve any useful purpose of predicting how easy or challenging you will find it.

hey, if you aint too busy, can you provide the data for a B in maths a C in comp sci and an E in physics please? thanks
Original post by jake102:)
hey, if you aint too busy, can you provide the data for a B in maths a C in comp sci and an E in physics please? thanks
It’s all publicly available data via google with subject & grade breakdowns.

Id note just be careful with data from 2020-2022 as that is heavily skewed by covid inflation.

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