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    right so i'm trying to work out how many more ums marks i need to get b's for uni ...
    so far i have

    psychology:
    psya1:63 (C)
    psya2:74 (B)
    psya3:
    psya4:

    Engb1:83 (C)
    Engb2:49 (C)
    Engb3:
    Engb4:
    coursework1:
    coursework2:

    i've already worked out my ict grade cause my ict teacher did it
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    are they our of 600 or 400?
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    (Original post by The_Goose)
    are they our of 600 or 400?
    i don't know :/ i can't find that information anywhere
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    If they are out of 400, you need 143 in psychology and 148 in English.

    If they are out of 600, you need 283 in psychology and 288 in English.

    I suspect psychology is out of 400 and English is out of 600, but I may be wrong there. :P
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    If they are out of 400, you need 143 in psychology and 148 in English.

    If they are out of 600, you need 283 in psychology and 288 in English.

    I suspect psychology is out of 400 and English is out of 600, but I may be wrong there. :P
    thanks so much, i think it's a bit out of my reach now tbh :/
 
 
 
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