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Gcse re unit 2?

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    Hi, in GCSE RE I got a B in my Unit 1 , which I'm pretty happy with considering I only did about half the paper. Anyway, I would really like an A overall (really who wouldn't?) and I'm just wondering, what I would need to get a A overall. Would I need an A or A* in my next paper?
    Thanks in advance for any answers!
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    You need an A*. Don't fret, it's a piece of piss.
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    It's just the time that got to me really, need to work one that! :P thanks!
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    Depends on how high your B was. If it's a high B, a good A will be enough to bring it up. If it's low, an A* will secure an A.
    I felt there was too much time in the exam, though I got really bored and some of the questions really confused me.
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    I think I just waffle on for no reason then end up with only 5 minutes left for 3 questions :l :P but thanks
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    I only did Unit 1 in year 10 and so my overall RE GCSE is a B..
    Main advice is learn the keywords. I'm doing Sociology this year as a GCSE and that's one of my main tasks to study
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    keyword, right got it! I never seem to learn them, theres loads, but will do


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