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    Hi everybody, first post here , Im hoping someone can tell me how many marks I needed in the unit 1 English language exam to get a C, I have 51 marks from the unit 3 controlled assessments and that's because I missed one whole assessment but does anyone know how many marks I would need in the exam to get a C?which Is what I need for course in college. I have also heard that the unit 2 speaking and listening result has no influence on the final grade of the full gcse? If this true, would be lowering the overall marks needed to get a C? Thanks for your time, and will be waiting nervously for your reply.
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    Each exam board would have slightly different marks/UMS marks. The level would also affect the results; I assume this is GCSE, yes?
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    (Original post by Madeline_H95)
    Each exam board would have slightly different marks/UMS marks. The level would also affect the results; I assume this is GCSE, yes?
    yeah GCSE, the exam board is AQA.
 
 
 
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