mylifeisib 1 Posted July 6, 2021 Report Share Posted July 6, 2021 I tried to study to get the high scores from the d1 mock (my target was 36 / 42, and now I think I was too optimistic.) because I got 30 or something from the first and second term grades and I thought I definitely have to improve my grades. However, I did huge mistakes on the exam so I'm assuming that I will get lower scores from the d1 mock exam than my past grades. The assumption is here; (I guess the final report from d1 and d2 will be used to assume the predicted grades so I think the d1 mock exam does not directly affect my future grades. ) Japanese A HL 6-7, Maths AI HL 3, Economics HL 3, Business 6, English B 5, Chemistry 5, overall 28-29 / 42 from the final report in d1. Japanese A HL 5, Maths AI HL 2, Economics HL 3, Business 6, English B 5, Chemistry 1-2, overall 22-23 / 42 from the d1 mock exam. I know my grades, especially the d1 mock exam is terrible... But I must change everything of my grades to get 38 / 45 in the predicted grade in d2 because I want to study business management or marketing at LSE or UCL. Then the requirements are both 38, including 766 from HLs with HL maths. (my plan; Japanese 7, maths 6, eco 6, business 7, English b 5, chemistry 5) My background is; I came to the UK when I was 16 in M5 and now I'm 18 in D1. So, my low grades are a little bit based on my English proficiency, but I should be able to get higher scores more because I study hard. So the thing is, my studying method is not efficient and productive. So, could anyone suggest to me anything (strategies, plans, tips, etc.) about this? I'm willing to spend whole my 2 months summer holidays to get 38. Thanks, 1 Reply Link to post Share on other sites
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