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    I'm currently on a gap year and re sat 4 exams in January which has brought my A levels grades up to BBB
    I managed (luckily!) to get the extra 17 marks I needed in English to get a B, however I literally have the number of marks required.
    So I'm just wondering if there is any chance of the grade boundaries changing? Because even dropping one mark would mean that I wouldn't have a B (which I need to get into uni )

    The board is AQA and it's unit 1!

    No. You have a B.

    • Thread Starter

    (Original post by Liam_G)
    No. You have a B.


    Brilliant thank you,
    A lot more helpful than the teachers at my school!
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