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    In a four unit course (English Language)

    AA at AS both being above 90%

    C in coursework for A2

    Chances of an A at A2?
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    (Original post by Zitheris)
    In a four unit course (English Language)

    AA at AS both being above 90%

    C in coursework for A2

    Chances of an A at A2?
    Exact UMS scores would help!

    Assuming you got exactly 90% on both coursework and the exam, you'd have 180/200 at AS-Level. If the coursework is out of 80 and assuming you got exactly 60%, you'd have 48/80. Currently you're looking at around 228/280. An A is 320/400 - you'll need 92/120 in the exam, which is a B.
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    Exact UMS scores would help!

    Assuming you got exactly 90% on both coursework and the exam, you'd have 180/200 at AS-Level. If the coursework is out of 80 and assuming you got exactly 60%, you'd have 48/80. Currently you're looking at around 228/280. An A is 320/400 - you'll need 92/120 in the exam, which is a B.
    Ah thank you so much

    74/80
    116/120
    For the AS
    aaand
    55/80 earned me the C in the coursework

    Thanks again
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    Ah thank you so much

    74/80
    116/120
    For the AS
    aaand
    55/80 earned me the C in the coursework

    Thanks again
    You're currently on 245/280, so you'll need 75/120 in the exam. That shows what difference it makes getting high into each boundary: you only need a C in the exam!
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    (Original post by Groat)
    You're currently on 245/280, so you'll need 75/120 in the exam. That shows what difference it makes getting high into each boundary: you only need a C in the exam!
    Oh splendid! And to think I was going to revise this afternoon...
 
 
 
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