(Original post by IShouldBeRevising_)
How come you did O - level's and not gcse's?
and i'm shocked you got a b in maths, them O levels must be hard compared to gcse
You are not the 1st person who asked me about my o-level B in maths.
Actually it was an old syllabus, we didn't had any good book, so the most work was done from past papers. I used to do really well on the papers, and i may would have got an A, even if i would have taken the exam an year earlier. But my exam was quite different from the past papers hence i got a B.
I had got 98/100 at mocks but a poor performance in boards.
The grade boundaries were also very unfair. B was at 64 and A was at 82, i got 80 but still B
There was no A* in that exam.
My school used to do O-Level not GCSE, so i had to go with it.
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