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# Understanding boundrys

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1. Hi there i know from my teacher that higher paper a C is 40/100 to pass so 80/200 to get a c. However does anyone know if the 40 has to be out of each or if it can be 80 over all as think i did better on calculator than non cal
2. (Original post by Angelluna)
Hi there i know from my teacher that higher paper a C is 40/100 to pass so 80/200 to get a c. However does anyone know if the 40 has to be out of each or if it can be 80 over all as think i did better on calculator than non cal
Which exam is this? GCSE?

Normally the percentage you need to get a grade will be your total over all the papers and does not depend on the individual marks.

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