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    Hey, I just found out I got 36/40 in my physics coursework which is an A. In a couple of weeks we HAVE to do another piece of coursework, there is no choice about it. I'm wondering whether I should try hard on this coursework or just don't try at all? ANd is my grade good enough thank you!

    what do you have to do for a level physics coursework?

    erm given that 'good' is subjective, it's hard to say. however, if you want an A, then yes, clearly an A is good enough for an A. and if you are fairly good at physics, the exams should be easy, in which case it shouldn't really matter anyway. if you intend to keep it and get an A* then it still doesn't really matter, as you only need 80% overall, so given that you need 90% at A2, 70% is all that is necessarily required for AS, which is a B.
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