PY2 WJEC 18/05/2015 Findings and Conclusions and Grade Boundaries

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So basically I wrote about Rahe instead of Bennett Levy. It's all very detailed with statistics and everything. I'm wondering if I'll get 0/12 or will I pick up a few marks at all.

Also, I'm aiming for an A grade. I think I've done fairly well in all of the questions only losing 3-0 marks on each. I've looked at the WJEC board and the average Raw Marks for an A is 58. Does that mean even though I accidentally may have lost 12 marks I can still get an A? They just feel super duper low.

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Unlucky man. Yeah the grade boundries are pretty low, you can drop almost 30 marks .
Unfortunately i dont think you will pick up any marks for your findings becuase, its not answering the answer to the right study.
How did you find PY1 and for section C did you choose the bar chart or table
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(Original post by Idnan_Ahmed)
Unlucky man. Yeah the grade boundries are pretty low, you can drop almost 30 marks .
Unfortunately i dont think you will pick up any marks for your findings becuase, its not answering the answer to the right study.
How did you find PY1 and for section C did you choose the bar chart or table
PY1 was really lucky for me. I managed to finish the exam 30 minutes early while completing 11 pages. So I had enough time to go back and add more detail ensure I gained marks. I was very confident and found it pretty easy, didn't struggle at all. As for section C I choose the table.
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motheryoucker dooooooooooooooont chat ****
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