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    What criteria has to be met to achieve this in:confused: A Level?
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    Same as any other...
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    270/300 UMS from the 3 A2 units, and 480/600 UMS overall.
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    that^
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    one must find the power from within...only then will true greatness be unleashed
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    You can't. jk
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    A* in chemo is hard though more harder then in maths imo.
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    One must get down on one's knees.
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    chem is the hardest subject ever. so invent a time machine; fail your exam. wait for the websitte to publish the results. and hey presto hop back and give yourself the markscheme
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    (Original post by AnonyMatt)
    270/300 UMS from the 3 A2 units, and 480/600 UMS overall.

    what about AS?
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    (Original post by zazamak)
    what about AS?
    You need an overall A from the whole A level hence you could achieve 70% in your AS and still qualify for an A*
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    Gonna have to dedicate alot of your time towards it though, i don't know how hard it has gotten since 2006..
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    I thought it was 90% over both as and a2?
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    No only 90% overall in A2 units, and an A overall across all the units in both years. I agree Chemistry is devilish AS seems so simple compared to A2!
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    (Original post by lifeadd1ct)
    You need an overall A from the whole A level hence you could achieve 70% in your AS and still qualify for an A*
    ahhh i see

    so At AS youll need A which can be at any score of A

    and at A2 you need 90% hands down??
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    It is 80% of the overall A level
    INCLUDING 90%+ in A2

    so...technically its possible with 60% AS and 100% A2....
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    (Original post by darrold)
    No only 90% overall in A2 units, and an A overall across all the units in both years. I agree Chemistry is devilish AS seems so simple compared to A2!
    FUUUUUU

    I'm finding AS Tricky now, and i'm taking OCR salters
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    One must not say one, or one must say one an even amount of times to cancel out the previous one. Either way, one must not think that there is only one way of getting an A grade with ones talent
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    live and breathe chemistry and you may gain the understanding to anwer the horrible questions that catch out the rest of us.
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    Not happening Nayeem. You should just drop it
 
 
 

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