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    My understanding is that to get an A* in Further Maths you need to get an average of 90UMS across your best six A2 units, while for an A you need an average of 90UMS across your best three. Am I right?
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    My understanding is that to get an A* in Further Maths you need to get an average of 90UMS across your best six A2 units, while for an A you need an average of 90UMS across your best three. Am I right?
    for an A
    you need 480 UMS or more


    For an A*
    you need 480 UMS or more
    plus 270 or more on your best three unit except FP1, M1, D1, S1
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    Have you got a source? As my understanding was going by a pdf on the ocr site, but the pdf link came from a page which says what you just said. So I wasn't sure which was correct.

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    (Original post by nair39)
    Have you got a source? As my understanding was going by a pdf on the ocr site, but the pdf link came from a page which says what you just said. So I wasn't sure which was correct.

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    this is not an OCR issue

    it is a QCA issue
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    Ok I see, thanks.

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