Question about (History) coursework & exam board

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I'm at the end of my third year of college due to getting poor grades in Edexcel A2 History last year (C in exam worth 60% of A2, U in CW worth 40%). This year, I'm doing A2 History again, this time through AQA. I got an A* in my coursework, and so I only need a C in my upcoming exam to get an A overall.

My question is, since I got the grade I need last year on the 60% exam - can I just combine that with the grade from the AQA coursework this year? The percentages are the same. Or at least, would universities be okay with this?

Thanks in advance for any replies!
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(Original post by Bismarck.)
Hi,

I'm at the end of my third year of college due to getting poor grades in Edexcel A2 History last year (C in exam worth 60% of A2, U in CW worth 40%). This year, I'm doing A2 History again, this time through AQA. I got an A* in my coursework, and so I only need a C in my upcoming exam to get an A overall.

My question is, since I got the grade I need last year on the 60% exam - can I just combine that with the grade from the AQA coursework this year? The percentages are the same. Or at least, would universities be okay with this?

Thanks in advance for any replies!
No you can't combine an A2 coursework mark from one examiner with an A2 exam result from another.


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