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    Okay, so in January I got a C in S1 (awful I know), 68/100 UMS. I felt confident about the exam too but it just all went down hill, I wasn't thinking properly and it just didn't click. Anyway, I'm resitting it this summer, and I'm also doing my C1 and C2 exams for the first time as well. I seem to find core maths better to follow and understand than statistics, so bearing that in mind, should I spend quite a bit of time revisiting statistics or concentrating on revising for core? Could I still get possibly an A if I score strong As on C1 and C2 (assuming I didn't improve my grade in my stats resit)? Thanks!


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    Unless the force is particularly strong with you, yes.
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    You need 240/300 for an A. 240-68=172. 172/2=86. You need an average of 86UMS between C1 and C2 to get an A.
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    What are you thinking?! You should revise like crazy, its flipping hard mun!

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