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    i got an A in the coursework, a C in one exam and an E in the other exam. I thought i would aleast get a C in both exams.

    However i have found out that overall i am 3 marks off B

    Should i get the exam with a 'E' remarked? (examboard is OCR)
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    If you think you deserved better than an E, then yes, otherwise no.
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    I'd say yes, but you might get worse than an E if you are unfortunate!
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    (Original post by blah888)
    I'd say yes, but you might get worse than an E if you are unfortunate!
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    I've got the same problem!!!!! I got a B in one exam an A on the coursework and a U for the other exam. And i know that i should have gotten a C or better! Not sure whether I should get it remarked cos i still got into my first choice uni.





    (Original post by mo_ibz)
    i got an A in the coursework, a C in one exam and an E in the other exam. I thought i would aleast get a C in both exams.

    However i have found out that overall i am 3 marks off B

    Should i get the exam with a 'E' remarked? (examboard is OCR)
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    One of my friends said that the psych teacher said that I had a B for that unit. I wonder whether they might have send me the wrong result.
 
 
 
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