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    Got my physics exams tomorrow and im freaking out as always and calculating how much i need to get to get my desired grade. :rolleyes:

    Im retaking OCR B physics old spec. modules 3,4 and 5.

    Aiming to get a B. Currently got a C in AS. Possible to get up to a B? I hope so! :o:

    Im just getting v confused with raw marks needed ... The exam is out of 70 and c/w is out of 40 (i got a high B in each c/w so about 28/40) so that should mean that max mark is 110. But on the grade threshhold thing it says max is 127....


    Can someone please shed some light? WHERE did they get the extra 17 marks from??


    check again what unit ure doing - maybe u get extra marks for Quality of written communication?
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