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    Guys when I looked through I think I got a high B very close to an A... what marks do I need to get to get an overall A for Statistics and C2?
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    (Original post by kk5)
    Guys when I looked through I think I got a high B very close to an A... what marks do I need to get to get an overall A for Statistics and C2?
    Very hard to say how many marks you need, as we don't know the grade boundaries, however a decent A (usually around 65 marks) in both c2 and s1 should be enough to get an A overall providing you have got a high b/ low A in c1.
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    (Original post by limadima)
    People how did it go!!! I think i got like 40 marks
    Id be lucky to even get that ive made so many silly mistakes and I'm just stressing now because I wanna do maths next year but I struggle a bit on C2, hopefully I can ace stats
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    (Original post by TheProKi)
    Ffs, if you get a D in this what do you need in the other papers for an B overall, anyone?
    did anyone get back to you on this?
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    (Original post by tfsjgx)
    did anyone get back to you on this?
    In fairness you could probably retake if you screwed up this badly :P
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    (Original post by tfsjgx)
    did anyone get back to you on this?
    To get an overall B in AS Maths, according to the grade boundaries for 2015:

    You need total of 210 UMS across your 3 exams, if you got a D in C1, that means you got 50 UMS, which leaves you with 160, if you split 160 by 2, that means in the other 2 exams you have to get 80 UMS each, which is an A.

    Take a look yourself and calculate yourself, to make sure,
    grade boundaries: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...Boundaries.pdf
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    (Original post by TheProKi)
    Ffs, if you get a D in this what do you need in the other papers for an B overall, anyone?
    To get an overall B in AS Maths, according to the grade boundaries for 2015:

    You need total of 210 UMS across your 3 exams, if you got a D in C1, that means you got 50 UMS, which leaves you with 160, if you split 160 by 2, that means in the other 2 exams you have to get 80 UMS each, which is an A.

    Take a look yourself and calculate yourself, to make sure,
    grade boundaries: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...Boundaries.pdf
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    (Original post by KingFTw)
    In fairness you could probably retake if you screwed up this badly :P
    Yeah I could, just need to atleast get a D overall which isn't so bad to resit next year (150 UMS, so three Ds atleast), just got to work my ass of in these next few days, but I have three weeks to revise purely for stats, what do you think I can get in it if I revise 2-3 hours a night most nights? I cant do every night as I work.
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    (Original post by tfsjgx)
    Yeah I could, just need to atleast get a D overall which isn't so bad to resit next year (150 UMS, so three Ds atleast), just got to work my ass of in these next few days, but I have three weeks to revise purely for stats, what do you think I can get in it if I revise 2-3 hours a night most nights? I cant do every night as I work.
    its entirely based on how hard you work when you work, and how effective you a\re [email protected] you work
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    (Original post by tfsjgx)
    Id be lucky to even get that ive made so many silly mistakes and I'm just stressing now because I wanna do maths next year but I struggle a bit on C2, hopefully I can ace stats
    As third module am doing S1 am really hoping to get close to full marks , but C2 is going absolute horrible. I can predict that haha,
 
 
 
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