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    Okay maybe I'm reading the grade boundaries all wrong but they are apparently

    80 maximum scaled mark, 56 for an A, 50 for a B, 44 for a C

    I got a C which unfortunately brought my previous A in the first unit GOVP1 down to a B.

    The thing is on my results it says C (67) in brackets, which doesn't make sense as to get an A it says you need 56 marks? Maybe I'm reading this wrong I don't know.

    Also, is it worth re-sitting this module even though I got a B overall? Will Universities look down upon this?

    I'm going to carry on with it at A2 and I'm hoping to get an A overall.

    Thanks for reading!

    Have you discussed this discussion with your school?

    gap year student here retaking this in june just because i only need to score a B or something to bump my overall up to an A. Anyone else doing this on june 2nd? Is there already a thread for this exam?
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