My teacher told me that last year a boy who took foundation papers for his additional science GCSE received a B overall .. is that even plausible?!
Is it true if you get VERY high scores in your papers and a high score in the c/w (ISA) you can get a B over all? If so how high do these scores need to be?
Yep that is doable if you get high grades in the ISA and then a high C in the paper.
I don't know what the exact marks you would need are, however you could work it out if you knew the grade boundaries and what percentage each part was worth.
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