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    Ne1 kno wat i need 2 get in maths in module 5 2 get a B overall in maths
    my previous results are:
    Module 1 - grade B (10%)..............
    Module 2 - grade B c/wk (10%)........... :rolleyes:
    Module 3 - grade C (30%)............
    Module 4 - grade B c/wk (10%)......... :p:
    Module 5 ??? (50%).......... :confused:
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    Do you mean a B average in modules or a B overall in maths as a whole?
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    (Original post by Markus505)
    Do you mean a B average in modules or a B overall in maths as a whole?
    i wnt a grade B overall in maths
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    As i can see from your other module results, you can get a middle C to get an average B for modules. Then there's coursework (worth 20% of final grade?) getting a C/D in that will be ok, then terminal paper will decide the rest, i could tell you what you would need to get in the terminal if you said which tier you were doing, intermediate or higher?
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    (Original post by Markus505)
    As i can see from your other module results, you can get a middle C to get an average B for modules. Then there's coursework (worth 20% of final grade?) getting a C/D in that will be ok, then terminal paper will decide the rest, i could tell you what you would need to get in the terminal if you said which tier you were doing, intermediate or higher?

    Im doing the internediate paper for maths.
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    i think you'll find that modules 2 and 4 are the coursework modules...
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    (Original post by ratatouille)
    i think you'll find that modules 2 and 4 are the coursework modules...
    That's why it says c/wk in brackets next to them :p:
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    (Original post by Markus505)
    As i can see from your other module results, you can get a middle C to get an average B for modules. Then there's coursework (worth 20% of final grade?) getting a C/D in that will be ok>

    I was replying to this
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    (Original post by ratatouille)
    I was replying to this
    can sum1 answer my question plz thnx
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    (Original post by koolkuzz)
    can sum1 answer my question plz thnx
    just do the best you can, i'm sure when you were doin your other mods you werent saying i just want a B and only aimed for it, because if you aim for a grade, you'll probably miss it, so you need to just do the best you can, make sure youve revised, know your stuff, and find out on aug25th
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    (Original post by mtbab)
    just do the best you can, i'm sure when you were doin your other mods you werent saying i just want a B and only aimed for it, because if you aim for a grade, you'll probably miss it, so you need to just do the best you can, make sure youve revised, know your stuff, and find out on aug25th
    Wont aiming for a grade make it seems more likely that you'd get it? Because afterall if there's nothing to aim for then there's little motivation to do well..
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    yeh but you wont work as hard, becuase you'll be thinking all i need is a B, whereas if you think i need A or A* you'll revise better, and even do harder stuff that you would have probably left out had you been sitting there thinking all i need is a B, havent gotta do that coz its A/A* stuff
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    (Original post by koolkuzz)
    Ne1 kno wat i need 2 get in maths in module 5 2 get a B overall in maths
    my previous results are:
    Module 1 - grade B (10%)..............
    Module 2 - grade B c/wk (10%)........... :rolleyes:
    Module 3 - grade C (30%)............
    Module 4 - grade B c/wk (10%)......... :p:
    Module 5 ??? (50%).......... :confused:

    Okay, I worked this out on the basis that you got the average grade for that module (therefore...A middle B for module 1 etc...)

    For a good B, you'll need roughly 60% on both paper 1 and paper 2...
    To just get a B, (in grade terms) you can get one by a middle C overall on the 2 modules

    Hope that helps!
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    (Original post by Acting_Fr3ak)
    Okay, I worked this out on the basis that you got the average grade for that module (therefore...A middle B for module 1 etc...)

    For a good B, you'll need roughly 60% on both paper 1 and paper 2...
    To just get a B, (in grade terms) you can get one by a middle C overall on the 2 modules

    Hope that helps!
    yeh oryt i think i kno wat u mean thnx alot 4 ur help im jus gona try my best n aim 4 da highest grade possible
 
 
 

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