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    i'm so nervous. i feel so sick helppppppppppppp!
    GOOD LUCK EVERYONE <3 HOPE YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT
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    (Original post by Benathletics)
    I did exactly that same as you! But I found the physical paper extremely nice, it wasn't hard... Just some parts required careful planning to structure the answer. Sorry you found it hard

    Best of luck - you'll be fine!
    Thanks bro, and you
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    (Original post by goldenshades)
    What is everyone doing tonight to calm down and prepare for tomorrow?
    Try to do something that you enjoy.

    Like watching movies or playing video games. It should distract you from thinking about it too much. Plus thinking about it too much will do no good to your health so don't worry.
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    Do you need the exact amount of marks to get a certain grade, example, say you need 45/60 for an A, do you need exactly 45 marks to get the A, if you get 46 marks will you still get the A, basically what I'm asking is do you need the exact amount of marks, if you are a mark over a boundary do you fail ?

    thanks
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    (Original post by WesterosWildling)
    Physical geography is usually the hardest. I did restless earth, ice on the land, and coastal zones. you?
    Hmm, I did this exam too. I think I only needed around half the marks to get an A though, and 74/75 for an A* due to not studying for the Human Geography part. Ah well, we live and we learn.

    Good luck guys.
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    These English people read my name and tried to work out how to pronounce it.
    My first name's Aoife, middle names are Saoirse Aednat - you can imagine the spellings and pronunciations I get! I remember walking into a lesson with a new teacher and she was reading out names (my full name was on the register), I got called "A-oh-i-fe Sha-or-ishe Ad-nat". The joys of living in Birmingham I remember telling my nana about this, and she couldn't understand why nobody could pronounce it!


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    Im just going to cry loooool.
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    (Original post by things4life)
    Do you need the exact amount of marks to get a certain grade, example, say you need 45/60 for an A, do you need exactly 45 marks to get the A, if you get 46 marks will you still get the A, basically what I'm asking is do you need the exact amount of marks, if you are a mark over a boundary do you fail ?

    thanks
    :lolwut:

    You don't need to be bang on a certain number, as long as you're on 45 or above then you will get an A.
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    Plz help
    Does anyone know the grade boundaries for English coursework I.e controlled assessment speaking and listening plz help:yy:

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    are there any threads for the edexcel physical education (5PE01)..
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    (Original post by things4life)
    Do you need the exact amount of marks to get a certain grade, example, say you need 45/60 for an A, do you need exactly 45 marks to get the A, if you get 46 marks will you still get the A, basically what I'm asking is do you need the exact amount of marks, if you are a mark over a boundary do you fail ?

    thanks
    You can get more than the required mark,
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    Some people may find this comforting if you're stressing about tomorrow.

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    What happens if you get marks over the boundary, do you still get the grade you want ?

    I want an A* in French hopefully but I'm sacred I got over the boundary, do you need to be bang on ?
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    (Original post by things4life)
    What happens if you get marks over the boundary, do you still get the grade you want ?

    I want an A* in French hopefully but I'm sacred I got over the boundary, do you need to be bang on ?
    Troll?:lolwut:
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    (Original post by goldenshades)
    What is everyone doing tonight to calm down and prepare for tomorrow?
    Having a Harry Potter movie marathon until I fall asleep or it's time to get my results
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    (Original post by things4life)
    What happens if you get marks over the boundary, do you still get the grade you want ?

    I want an A* in French hopefully but I'm sacred I got over the boundary, do you need to be bang on ?
    You fail unless you get exactly the mark for the grade, if you get over the grade boundary you get zero... sorry
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    (Original post by flutterby53)
    My first name's Aoife, middle names are Saoirse Aednat - you can imagine the spellings and pronunciations I get! I remember walking into a lesson with a new teacher and she was reading out names (my full name was on the register), I got called "A-oh-i-fe Sha-or-ishe Ad-nat". The joys of living in Birmingham I remember telling my nana about this, and she couldn't understand why nobody could pronounce it!


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    Haha! I can imagine Irish names being a nightmare! So you're an Irish girl in Birmingham yeah?
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    (Original post by goldenshades)
    What is everyone doing tonight to calm down and prepare for tomorrow?
    Listening to very happy dancey music and watching stuff on netflix/4od
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    The only thing I'm worried about is. Ocr English language, need 60/80 for an A* :unimpressed:

    Maths seems reasonable as long as I didn't mess up, Laughing about the P2 physics (42/60 for A*) so additional science is okay - core science is a neutral thing and the rest are fine

    Well that's me after grade boundary release, what about you guys?


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    (Original post by Squidgy)
    You fail unless you get exactly the mark for the grade, if you get over the grade boundary you get zero... sorry
    lol! wanted to rep this, but reached the limit for today!
 
 
 
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