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    I received my Biology ISA AQA result, and it was a 'C' -.-" Will I still have a chance to get an 'A' overall in Biology?

    If I get an 'A' in Biol 1 and Biol 2, will the overall grade drop down to a 'B' because of the 'C' in my ISA?
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    You can work out how much you need by using the following formula:

    (Bio 1 % x 0.4) + (Bio 2 % x 0.4) + (ISA % x 0.2) = final %.

    The ISA is only worth 20%, so it's definitely possible to still get an A. Even if you get 0 in the ISA there's a chance of an A! :lol:
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    (Original post by Nirgilis)
    You can work out how much you need by using the following formula:

    (Bio 1 % x 0.4) + (Bio 2 % x 0.4) + (ISA % x 0.2) = final %.

    The ISA is only worth 20%, so it's definitely possible to still get an A. Even if you get 0 in the ISA there's a chance of an A! :lol:

    Omg. Thank you so much for this! This is so relieving :') I've always thought that if I get a low ISA grade, my overall grade will drop down!
 
 
 
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