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    Hi there,

    I'm really wanting to get an A in GSCE French but I just want to clarify what I need to do to enter.:confused:
    How many Higher papers do I need to take to get an A?
    I thought the maximum grades were for:
    4F = C
    3F + 1H = B
    2F + 2H = A
    1 F + 3H = A
    4H = A*

    Really need a quick response please.
    Much apreciated.
    Merci!
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    Is This With The AQA Board?
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    If it is with the AQA Board then to get an A you need to somehow get 280 UMS points.

    The most you can get on a foundation paper is 59 UMS. The most on a higher paper is 90.

    Therefore to get an A (using the AQA board, not too sure if its another board) you need to use a combination of higher and foundation papers to get 280.

    Also, if you do coursework, this isn't tiered so you could anything from an A*-G on this, so coursework can help people get higher grades in languages.

    Hope this helps a little bit
 
 
 
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