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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    It is too late now. Remarks have to be requested in August not September :/ if you want to improve your marks I suggest retaking some units
    You can still do remarks sent mine off today. School cut off date is the 18th so would be a couple of days after.
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    Thank you AQA for my remarks in English Literature
    A C to a C in A2 and a D to - who would have guessed it - a D in AS, by marks so incremental that not even my dog would consume them.

    It is wholly offensive that, despite full-marks in my coursework and As in my other exams, AQA have the audacity. Probably just trying to satisfy their quota or whatever. I refuse to accept it as I remember vividly what I had written but at least I have something to moan and feel indignant about. :unimpressed:
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    OCR biology unit 4 remark, nothing changed :/
    I got full UMS in all of the exam units except for F214, in which I got a B, which I apparently deserved 😂 Oh well...
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    (Original post by Numero Uno)
    guys how much was it for a remark, cos i had to pay 35 quid and seems over priced ?
    For OCR it's £44.90 :/
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    (Original post by MPH1997)
    Got 475/600 UMS in OCR A level biology, which is 2 raw marks from an A. My teacher insisted it wasn't worth remark due to reforms....


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    Managed to get my teacher to 'send away for a re-mark' for him to tell me it went up by 3 UMS. I asked in which module it went up and he told me they don't tell you that.... is he telling the truth or is he not wanting to spend £45?


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    (Original post by ancienthistory)
    Thank you AQA for my remarks in English Literature
    A C to a C in A2 and a D to - who would have guessed it - a D in AS, by marks so incremental that not even my dog would consume them.

    It is wholly offensive that, despite full-marks in my coursework and As in my other exams, AQA have the audacity. Probably just trying to satisfy their quota or whatever. I refuse to accept it as I remember vividly what I had written but at least I have something to moan and feel indignant about. :unimpressed:
    Deffo appeal if you're not happy with the remark
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    (Original post by MPH1997)
    Managed to get my teacher to 'send away for a re-mark' for him to tell me it went up by 3 UMS. I asked in which module it went up and he told me they don't tell you that.... is he telling the truth or is he not wanting to spend £45?


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    if this is biology AS level then i believe he is right because for some reason they only give you your overall marks in new AS subjects now. However, for AQA i know it is possible to get someone from your school to log into e-AQA for free and use Enhanced Results Analysis to see your break down. Edexcel have a similar thing with resultsplus -- not sure about other exam boards.
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    (Original post by MPH1997)
    Managed to get my teacher to 'send away for a re-mark' for him to tell me it went up by 3 UMS. I asked in which module it went up and he told me they don't tell you that.... is he telling the truth or is he not wanting to spend £45?
    If you're talking UMS then it must be an unreformed subject as the new linear A levels don't have UMS. Either way, you can only apply for re-marks of individual papers so whoever ordered it must have known which paper they applied for. Ask your exam office - they will have done any ordering.
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    (Original post by RiyaAjani)
    Has anyone sent in their papers for remarking with the new system? if yes, how did your grades come back? Let me know!
    Hey guys,

    I got a C in A2 biology, having achieved an A (near full marks) in the EMPA, a B in biol4, and a U in biol5 (which obviously brought my marks down.) I'm 5 raw marks off an overall B, do you guys think it's worth it? I don't want to sacrifice my uni place if it somehow decreases to a D, lol.
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    Does anybody know where I can access a AQA biology mark scheme??? I just got a photocopy of my exam back and want o check so please let me know thank you
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    Son's AQA history went up by 26 UMS. Paper 3A up by 23 UMS from D to a B and Paper 2A (AS rest) went up by 3 from a B to an A.
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    (Original post by Compost)
    If you're talking UMS then it must be an unreformed subject as the new linear A levels don't have UMS. Either way, you can only apply for re-marks of individual papers so whoever ordered it must have known which paper they applied for. Ask your exam office - they will have done any ordering.
    I asked that and he said he sent both papers off


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    jkhnkl;.
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    Got buss4 remarked Aqa, went down 5 ums from a D to a D 😊😊😊😊
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    Thought OCR remarks take 1 week? Been waiting since 9.30am results day..
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    Got AQA remark buss3 sent yesterday came back today unchanged.
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    Got AS Physics, only one paper, with OCR, remarked, came back pretty quick, but went down. Still the same grade though
    Absolutely gutted and what a waste of £45...
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    (Original post by Patrick2810)
    Thought OCR remarks take 1 week? Been waiting since 9.30am results day..
    I'd check what's happened to it. None of our OCR re-marks this year have taken more than a few days.
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    Guys for ocr biology for f214 and f215 I scored a C and a D respectively but I scored around 90% overall at AS, revised and scored very high in my mocks (ie A*s) I was predicted an A*. Do you think it's worth getting my biology f215 remarked?
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    I got a B overall and need about 20 ums for an A
 
 
 
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