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    Hey guys I was wondering if you could help me, basically I am a bit of a worrier and I was wondering if i can still get an A grade in Chemistry this year.

    I got an A in unit 1 but only just (80/100)
    I am not sure what i got on the ISA but in terms of raw mark: (40/50)

    Now I am kind of worried because i was looking at grade boundaries for the ISA for 2009/10 and it has been 44/50 for an A 41/50 for a B ect... this means I would get a high C. Since I only just chipped an A in the first module I don't really have any UMS spare to make up for my ISA mark. So i was wondering can i still get an A overall if I do well in the unit 2 module?

    Oh I am also in year 12 currently.

    Thanks for any help in advance.
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    Ofcourse you can! CHEM2 is a massive unit, you could change it all around by getting a really high mark. It is very doable so get planning and revising.
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    (Original post by raveen789)
    Hey guys I was wondering if you could help me, basically I am a bit of a worrier and I was wondering if i can still get an A grade in Chemistry this year.

    I got an A in unit 1 but only just (80/100)
    I am not sure what i got on the ISA but in terms of raw mark: (40/50)

    Now I am kind of worried because i was looking at grade boundaries for the ISA for 2009/10 and it has been 44/50 for an A 41/50 for a B ect... this means I would get a high C. Since I only just chipped an A in the first module I don't really have any UMS spare to make up for my ISA mark. So i was wondering can i still get an A overall if I do well in the unit 2 module?

    Oh I am also in year 12 currently.

    Thanks for any help in advance.
    You can but you should aim to get a high A in the next paper
 
 
 
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