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    Hi everyone,

    I got 34 points on my maths GCSE exam and I got a D overall. How do I work out how much points needed for a C?
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    (Original post by _aishahxo_)
    Hi everyone,

    I got 34 points on my maths GCSE exam and I got a D overall. How do I work out how much points needed for a C?
    It just means it's a D. You will have to ask your school how close you were to the C/D boundary. You Maths teacher or exams officer could tell you.
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    Hi, I got the exact same point and grade, do u know what marks you got for it?
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    (Original post by _aishahxo_)
    Hi everyone,

    I got 34 points on my maths GCSE exam and I got a D overall. How do I work out how much points needed for a C?
    You need the raw mark to UMS converter. The AQA board one is here:

    http://www.aqa.org.uk/exams-administ...t-marks-to-ums

    but there are 3 units for their GCSE Maths, each with a different conversion rate.

    Which board did you take?
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    Im guessing you did edxcel the point mark for a C is 40 and a B is 46
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    (Original post by RomNoob)
    Im guessing you did edxcel the point mark for a C is 40 and a B is 46
    The 34 for a D, 40 for a C and 46 for a B applying to all GCSEs and are just another way of saying D, C or B. It is no indication of what marks you scored on in a GCSE.
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    How many marks is 34 points and how many marks was needed to get a c for maths edexl
 
 
 

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