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    Hey guys.

    I was just wondering for the maths alevel this is what i got in the modules.


    C1= 50
    C2=51
    S1=43
    M1=38
    C3=24
    C4=26

    Overall it adds up to 231

    This would be a U overall in alevel maths.

    However this year im resitting C1 C2 and S1. also hoping to get 80 in each of them minimum.

    C1=80
    C2=80
    S1=80
    M1=38
    C3=24
    C4=26


    This would add up to 328. Also this would give me the D grade that i need.

    My question is do My marks in C3 and C4 still contribute to my overall grade even though i got U's in them both ?

    Appreciate your help
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    (Original post by Joburger)

    This would add up to 328. Also this would give me the D grade that i need.

    My question is do My marks in C3 and C4 still contribute to my overall grade even though i got U's in them both ?

    Appreciate your help
    Yes your C3 and C4 will count to your UMS total.
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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    Yes your C3 and C4 will count to your UMS total.
    Are you definitely definitely sure about this ?

    Thankyou very much for answering though. I appreciate it
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    Yes, that's correct. They will be counted
 
 
 
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