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    I am doing maths and further maths. My teachers say that the exam board will muddle around with my modular results over the course to give me the highest possible grade in maths and the lower modular scores will count for further maths. So if i got 2 Bs they would put the higher further maths scores into the maths and i might get an A and a C. My question is can they do this with all 12 modules over the 2 years, or does say the FP1/FP2 modules have to count towards the further maths grade. I am doing C1-4, FP1-2, D1-2, S1-2, M1-2 over the 2 years.
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    (Original post by geoffhig)
    I am doing maths and further maths. My teachers say that the exam board will muddle around with my modular results over the course to give me the highest possible grade in maths and the lower modular scores will count for further maths. So if i got 2 Bs they would put the higher further maths scores into the maths and i might get an A and a C. My question is can they do this with all 12 modules over the 2 years, or does say the FP1/FP2 modules have to count towards the further maths grade. I am doing C1-4, FP1-2, D1-2, S1-2, M1-2 over the 2 years.
    This thread might interest you:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/t119451.html

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    u can read about it here
    http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualCon...tion_Notes.pdf
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    thanks for the info guys
 
 
 
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