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    I left school with pretty much no GCSES mainly Ds and Fs but i aced college with a level 2 in music with a disctiction and my Level 3 Music with 2 Merits and a Pass. I am now just finishing my degree in audio production I all ready do some work as a live sound engineer for small events.
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    Grade school I was so so. My reading and math were always low. That was when I was put in Special Education because of my reading comprehension. I did good in middle school. I even got honor roll. High school I did well too. I had a 4.0GPA but only because during my Senior year I had to drop my Pre-Calculus and Senior Math class. LOL. Surprisingly I did well in my English class. Even writing.

    I admit I could have tried harder. But overall my grades were good.

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    Yeah my grades were usually pretty high, apart from Calculus I just couldn't understand anything past achieved (C) level for calc...
    This is the same with my situation. Im taking Calculus right now and planning to take it again in College. I only got a B/C for my Chemistry Class, but all were around As and a few B+

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    My grades were awful at school. I was avging a D at most.

    But I got into college and ended up getting three A grades at A-level, then going to uni and walking away with a high 2:1 so it can be done. have faith!


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    GCSE's were pretty good, A levels awful, degree not bad.
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    My grades were really good up until the middle of high school when I was put into the higher group and I fell in math especially because I skipped a whole year of it. My final score was lower than I expected but actually not bad overall.

    In uni I was good but by the end I wasn't enjoying it and also got sick so ended up doing more poorly and finishing right on the average.

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    Top of my class, of course. *sassy girl emoji*
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    My grades during my 1st year of primary school and my 1st year of secondary school is awesome af. But for the other years, I guess, I just lost the touch. Hahah. But I would say, I passed with the flying colors for all the big examinations (the one that really matters in the end). Hihi. So proud and happy with my school performance XD

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    They were ok, nothing amazing, but I got enough GCSEs and 3 A Level as well - did better in my GCSE English Language than I thought I would so it was a great shock seeing the results when I got them. I believe I could have done better in my maths though; we had 3 exams to do and I got a D for the first one (resat and got a C), then I got a B for my second one (I wanted to resit as I was 6 marks off an A, but I got moved down a set pointlessly and wasn't allowed to resit it). I then got a C on my final exam but it was a foundation paper - if I got to resit the other one I believe I'd probably have pushed it to a B and I would have been even happier with that.

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