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Raw Marks to UMS Conversion table?

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    Does anyone have this? Its a list of all the maths modules from different exam boards showing what percentage in terms of raw marks you have to get to get 100UMS. I remember seeing this on TSR a while back but I cannot look for it as the search function has been disabled.

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    No idea about the list you speak of.
    Get full raw marks to be completely sure of getting 100 UMS.
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    Hey, which year do you need them for Matt?

    Ive got some saved on my computer!!
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    have you got any for wJEC by any chance pls?
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    Im pretty sure that they are for EdExcel maths modules, (ill attach one to this)
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    They change for every exam session. For Edexcel, they are at the end of the Examiners' reports on the website.
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    (Original post by spikey_aman)
    Im pretty sure that they are for EdExcel maths modules, (ill attach one to this)
    i just looked at the table and i dnt think its right. some people got 100ums for s1 in jan 06 but the table says u need 62/75 (83% raw for 80 UMS).



    this is wat the table says..
    Module 80 70 60 50 40
    6683 Statistics S1 62 55 48 41 35

    so does that mean it was impossible to get 100ums?
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    No, it meant you needed to get some value higher than 62 to get 100UMS.

    80 =/= 100
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    yeh i meant, even if u get 75/75 according to the table does it mean you cant get 100ums.

    does it mean that 75/75 is around 99ums and not 100
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    (Original post by 3.14159265)
    yeh i meant, even if u get 75/75 according to the table does it mean you cant get 100ums.

    does it mean that 75/75 is around 99ums and not 100
    75/75 is always 100UMS.
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    (Original post by Widowmaker)
    75/75 is always 100UMS.
    Correct.

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