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1. if I get an A in c2 and B in m1 and D in c1 is my overall a B
can anyone tell me plz.
2. It depend on your overall UMS

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3. (Original post by abdiazizisa)
if I get an A in c2 and B in m1 and D in c1 is my overall a B
can anyone tell me plz.
If we assumed that you got 85 in C2, 75 in M1 and 55 in C1 then your total would be 71.6666*3, which is a B.

But ABD could be as high as 100 + 79 + 59 = 79.33333*3 = B, and as low as 80+70+50 = 66.66666*3 = C.

My advice would be to do the best you can in the remaining modules and worry about the grades after.
4. (Original post by abdiazizisa)
if I get an A in c2 and B in m1 and D in c1 is my overall a B
can anyone tell me plz.
Don't worry about it for now, just concentrate on revision. If you're unhappy with your results you can always resit specific AS exams next year (like I am doing this year).

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