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    (Original post by pinda.college)
    I know you need 320UMS, but the question I've asked twice now is WHAT DO YOU HAVE AT THE MOMENT!!!! lmao
    OMG, I DONT KNOWWWWWW
    LOL
    grrr
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    (Original post by helpnowplease)
    OMG, I DONT KNOWWWWWW
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    grrr
    Make it three times.I asked you too... without us knowing your current UMS marks,your previous posts are of no good.
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    (Original post by helpnowplease)
    OMG, I DONT KNOWWWWWW
    LOL
    grrr
    Grrrrrrrrrr, well I hope you don't get into your first choice.

    .....Because I'm going to NTU and would LOVEEEEEEEE to live with you:cool:
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    (Original post by helpnowplease)
    i just realised what i needed for a2 to get a overall A in my a-levels.

    In pol i have:
    78%
    78%

    in history i have:
    80%
    70%


    i need A's in those two subjects!

    but now i cant get an A unless i hget 80% in each exam i do? :/
    That's pretty normal. At AS you need 80%+ overall to get an A so it shouldn't be too much of an issue because it's the same for A2, just work really hard or do a resit to pull up your marks.
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    (Original post by helpnowplease)
    what if i get about 90% in my coursework?

    politics shouldnt be that HARD...becaus ei have a tutor :/ id o for history too.
    oh, sorry everyone..i just feel so stressy

    and plus, i DID retake my exams. these ar emy jan results!
    Then retake again in the summer, if you want! You have nothing to lose, apart from approx. £50.

    And you only need to average out 80% overall, so you could get the figures I mentioned previously and get an A.
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    (Original post by pinda.college)
    Grrrrrrrrrr, well I hope you don't get into your first choice.

    .....Because I'm going to NTU and would LOVEEEEEEEE to live with you:cool:
    Let me work it out okay.
    *pats your head*

    I DONT WANT TO GO TO NTU TO STUDY LAW AND CRIM!!!
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    (Original post by LornaSandison1)
    Then retake again in the summer, if you want! You have nothing to lose, apart from approx. £50.

    And you only need to average out 80% overall, so you could get the figures I mentioned previously and get an A.
    how do i work out my current ums points? :P
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    (Original post by helpnowplease)
    Let me work it out okay.
    *pats your head*

    I DONT WANT TO GO TO NTU TO STUDY LAW AND CRIM!!!
    Why bother putting it as your insurance then?
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    (Original post by The_Goose)
    Why bother putting it as your insurance then?
    Well, i had no lower offers.
    I wouldn't mind going there..But i will try my hardest to make sure i don't get there.

    I've always dreamed of going to kent. My predictions when i applied there wrre ABB, so i was hoping they may let me in if i get ABB

    and oh, do you know how to work out ums?
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    Calm yourself woman.
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    (Original post by helpnowplease)
    Well, i had no lower offers.
    I wouldn't mind going there..But i will try my hardest to make sure i don't get there.

    I've always dreamed of going to kent. My predictions when i applied there wrre ABB, so i was hoping they may let me in if i get ABB

    and oh, do you know how to work out ums?
    you don't have to have an insurance you know.

    what do you mean 'work out' ums?

    you need 80% ums for an A

    the number of raw marks that = 80% will change. they vary depending how well everyone does. If you go on the exam boards website you can usually find the last couple of years though normally varies between about 4 raw marks.
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    to work out what you need for an A take away your module results from the 320 ums that you need in total for an A. If you still have 2 units to do then divide the result by 2 to get a rough idea. Is that what you were asking because I didnt really understand your post :s
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    (Original post by 1.2.3.)
    to work out what you need for an A take away your module results from the 320 ums that you need in total for an A. If you still have 2 units to do then divide the result by 2 to get a rough idea. Is that what you were asking because I didnt really understand your post :s
    yeah i was. i'm still so confused.
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    omdz thats horrific
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    yeah i was. i'm still so confused.
    what have your ums scores been so far?
 
 
 
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