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    (Original post by imnik)
    I got an offer from a uni and they are asking me for a B gade for overall. Does anyone know how much is this in percentage?

    thank you so much in advance!
    a B at alevel is likely to be equal to 70%, although the marks required to get this 70% varies from subject to subject
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    (Original post by Wowzer_88)
    when do you go back to uni?
    I'm not going back, I work from home.
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    (Original post by Wowzer_88)
    are the mcq's quite straight forward?
    would simply reading the content be enough to trigger your memory?
    sorry if im coming off quite pushy lol
    Not always..
    For ours, the four answers were all really similar; it wasn't a choice between 4 non-related answers like MCTs would have been maybe at A Level, or at GCSE.
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    I'm so stressed Four exams in one week next week. I never got stressed for my A levels but they seem much more important now I'm at uni even if I only need 40% I feel like if I don't get a 2:1 this year it's gonna be even harder to get one next year when it actually counts

    Counting the seconds till exams are done!
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    (Original post by veggie4life)
    I'm so stressed Four exams in one week next week. I never got stressed for my A levels but they seem much more important now I'm at uni even if I only need 40% I feel like if I don't get a 2:1 this year it's gonna be even harder to get one next year when it actually counts

    Counting the seconds till exams are done!
    just know you're not alone
 
 
 
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