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# G481 Physics OCR A

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1. G481 Physics OCR A
Does anyone know roughly what raw marks are needed out of 60 to get full ums in this module.
2. Re: G481 Physics OCR A
In June last year (2011), the A grade was 48/60 and B was 42//60 so to get the 100% level you double the difference and add it to A raw mark

ie 48+ (2x6) = 60. ie you needed 100% on the paper!
3. Re: G481 Physics OCR A
(Original post by teachercol)
In June last year (2011), the A grade was 48/60 and B was 42//60 so to get the 100% level you double the difference and add it to A raw mark

ie 48+ (2x6) = 60. ie you needed 100% on the paper!
Ahh, not good at all, G482 is much easier to recieve full ums, cause my college did G482 in jan, and i lost 9 marks (91/100) and still got full ums. By the way, do you know where to find the first page of the forces and motion june 05 MS.
4. Re: G481 Physics OCR A
Sorry - its almost the only one I havent got.

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