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    OK - This sounds really stupid maybe...?

    If I am taking higher papers, roughly, what is a C in % ?

    I mean, I know it changes on each paper / exam board but ROUGHLY what would a C be? :rolleyes:

    Cheers, just so I have summink to guage my rubbish ones with

    (English Lang for one... )
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    depends prob about 50, but you dont wanna aim for C!lol
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    (Original post by mtbab)
    depends prob about 50, but you dont wanna aim for C!lol
    Nooooooooo :eek: I am aiming well high - but aiming and high and getting high...well....... lol
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    Hahaha, I'm aiming for a C - therefore, I can be happy and surprised with my GCSE results...so I think to myself that I'm going to get C/D's....it probably will happen now knowing my luck
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    Its around 40-50% percent in higher tier, i tihnk it may be less for languages.
 
 
 

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