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    On my mayfield high school maths cwork i got 757 which is 19 out of 24. My teacher says it is a B- but my friend who is in another group got 666, 18 out of 24 and got a B+. Which teacher is right?
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    it might depend on what tier you're being entered for... other than that I have no idea...
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    u dnt get b+ or b- in coursework just the usuals, c,b,a,a* the +/- could mean effrt?
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    the grade bands are in 3's, so 19 is an A-. not definite though
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    My maths teacher told us about the grade thingy 2day
    555 = c
    666 = b
    777 = a
    888 = a*

    so 757 = either very high b or low a.
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    (Original post by courtyboy02)
    On my mayfield high school maths cwork i got 757 which is 19 out of 24. My teacher says it is a B- but my friend who is in another group got 666, 18 out of 24 and got a B+. Which teacher is right?
    You can't really tell which is right, but either your teacher is a strict marker, or the teacher from the other group marks too easy
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    (Original post by _GáMMá_)
    You can't really tell which is right, but either your teacher is a strict marker, or the teacher from the other group marks too easy
    I asked my teacher and he said it was a low A
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    Hey
    Have any of you people got this mayfield high gcse maths statistic coursework you could send me?? i just generally want to see what i have to do and they type of standard of work.
    thanks
    bye
 
 
 
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