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    OK i am a little confused about the multiple choice exams. This is for GCSE AQA double science.

    In the chemistry multiple choice module i got 38/50

    which was 2 marks away from an A grade, which obviously means i got a B grade. 45 and over is an A*.

    My next chemistry module is module 6, so if i get full marks on this which is 50/50. MY chemstry grade will go higher.

    so if i add 38 to 50 it equals 88 whereas an A* is 90+ for Chemistry module..

    What i want to ask is can i make these two marks up, in my biology module or does'nt it work that way?
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    yes, you get 3 grades from the 3 exams then they find the average and give you 2 of them for you result.
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    (Original post by Kish)
    OK i am a little confused about the multiple choice exams. This is for GCSE AQA double science.

    In the chemistry multiple choice module i got 38/50

    which was 2 marks away from an A grade, which obviously means i got a B grade. 45 and over is an A*.

    My next chemistry module is module 6, so if i get full marks on this which is 50/50. MY chemstry grade will go higher.

    so if i add 38 to 50 it equals 88 whereas an A* is 90+ for Chemistry module..

    What i want to ask is can i make these two marks up, in my biology module or does'nt it work that way?
    Of course, it's science not biology, physics and chemistry. Although getting 50/50 is very difficult.
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    So if overall you got an A for chemistry

    An A for physics

    And a B for Biology. It would be worked out to be

    AA for double science?
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    (Original post by Kish)
    So if overall you got an A for chemistry

    An A for physics

    And a B for Biology. It would be worked out to be

    AA for double science?
    No it depends. They are not seperate, so you wont get an A for physics but you can get an A for one physics module.

    If you got say 40 (just an A) for 2 phy and 40 for 2 chem and 35 for 2 biology then you'd get overall grades of BB.

    Add all six up and divide by six.
 
 
 

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