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# Maths 90 + 36 MARKS = A?

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1. Just wondering, if i get 90 on the calc will i get an A as i messed up on the non calc, ( i have my reasons lol though i am really capable of it).
2. (Original post by Divinchi)
Just wondering, if i get 90 on the calc will i get an A as i messed up on the non calc, ( i have my reasons lol though i am really capable of it).
I don't want to dishearten you but that adds up to 126 overall, last year it was 125 to get an A and people found that paper ridiculously hard, so to get an A you need to get at least 95 imo, or pray for really low grade boundaries, which I doubt will happen. Sorry,
3. (Original post by Divinchi)
Just wondering, if i get 90 on the calc will i get an A as i messed up on the non calc, ( i have my reasons lol though i am really capable of it).

Aim for 98-100. - you can do it if you put your mind to it.
The A grade boundary is probably going to be about 131 this year.
4. (Original post by Divinchi)
Just wondering, if i get 90 on the calc will i get an A as i messed up on the non calc, ( i have my reasons lol though i am really capable of it).
Depends on the difficulty of the paper. Judging by the first paper, I'd say no maybe 95 like the other guy said
5. (Original post by Rajive)
Aim for 98-100. - you can do it if you put your mind to it.
The A grade boundary is probably going to be about 131 this year.
98 - 100?

Dam!

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