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    Basically can someone that has a C grade coursework, achieve an A overall in the AQA English Language GCSE?
    And what is the minimum grade they have to achieve in the exam to get this?
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    Depends on the grade boundaries, how many marks and so on.
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    I think you'd have to be getting a high A* to get from a C to an A.
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    At a stretch I think so... however don't get so worried about your GCSE grades, I'm not saying they don't mean much but just concentrate on doing well, pull out all the stops for A Levels.
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    (Original post by Kasc)
    At a stretch I think so... however don't get so worried about your GCSE grades, I'm not saying they don't mean much but just concentrate on doing well, pull out all the stops for A Levels.
    Well, i have a high B/low A for my coursework and im so worried about my exam as i feel that im not good at English.
    what is the lowest grade i have to get to get an A overall?
    thanks
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    I don't know I'm afraid, best to ask your teachers!
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    it's cool
 
 
 
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