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# GCSE T6 / N6 paper help! (maths)

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1. GCSE T6 / N6 paper help! (maths)
Hey I'm kinda new here so I think I posted in the right section!

Right well I'm just trying to see what I need for an A in math, I've already got my T3 score. I'm just wondering is the split percentage of the 55% of T6 exactly half for the calc. paper and non calc. paper? So 27.5% for each paper?

In my mocks I got 96% in T3, 73% in non calc. and 71% in the calc. (T6). Overall that is apparently 79% which is what I got but if it is 50/50 split then it should have been 82%.
If it is 50/50 and I actually got an A in my mocks I'll be well pissed! Haha

Sorry if I've wrote too much and confused you, but thanks for helping!
2. GCSE T6 / N6 paper help! (maths)
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