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A2 ICT Coursework uniform marks

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    The coursework for A2 is out of 80 raw marks. Does anyone have an idea how many raw marks are worth one uniform mark?
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    (Original post by nmccann)
    The coursework for A2 is out of 80 raw marks. Does anyone have an idea how many raw marks are worth one uniform mark?
    Raw Marks | UMS Marks ( this is from the top of my head so may not be entirely correct).

    63 - 72
    58 - 64
    50 - 56
    42 - 48
    36 - 40
    30 - 32

    Obviously as you go down in raw marks; raw marks are rising in value in terms of ums marks. When you get to around 20 marks its just 1 raw mark = 1 ums.
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    Erm.. the coursework is out of 70 raw marks and 80 UMS!
    It's pretty simple to work out actually.. (considering it[ums] doesn't change much over the years)
    Say if you got 60 out of 70 raw marks
    to convert it to UMS- all you got to do is: 60 divide by 70, then multiply by 80 ! {60/70 * 80 }
    so the actual mark you get, divide by the total mark for the coursework, multiply by 80 (UMS is out of 80 -that's why! )
    Simple maths! Hope it helps.
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    If it's with OCR it is out of 80
    (Original post by CraziiFreak)
    Erm.. the coursework is out of 70 raw marks and 80 UMS!
    It's pretty simple to work out actually.. (considering it[ums] doesn't change much over the years)
    Say if you got 60 out of 70 raw marks
    to convert it to UMS- all you got to do is: 60 divide by 70, then multiply by 80 ! {60/70 * 80 }
    so the actual mark you get, divide by the total mark for the coursework, multiply by 80 (UMS is out of 80 -that's why! )
    Simple maths! Hope it helps.
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    (Original post by CraziiFreak)
    Erm.. the coursework is out of 70 raw marks and 80 UMS!
    It's pretty simple to work out actually.. (considering it[ums] doesn't change much over the years)
    Say if you got 60 out of 70 raw marks
    to convert it to UMS- all you got to do is: 60 divide by 70, then multiply by 80 ! {60/70 * 80 }
    so the actual mark you get, divide by the total mark for the coursework, multiply by 80 (UMS is out of 80 -that's why! )
    Simple maths! Hope it helps.
    You don't just convert it. As they may choose the UMS's percentages to be a lot higher or lot lower than the percentage for the raw mark

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