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    D'ya mean this academic year (exams in 2016) or the Summer 2015 exams?

    I've just looked at the grade boundaries for Summer '15 and they don't seem... that bad? You could drop 19 marks in unit 1 and get an A still, and 17 marks in Unit 2 (~84.5% hmm that is a little bit higher) and still get an A

    Okay when you convert to %s I understand what you mean, as you needed 86% on the Oral exam to get an A blimey.

    NOW I'M WORRIED FOR MY AS GERMAN
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    (Original post by inexorably)
    d'ya mean this academic year (exams in 2016) or the summer 2015 exams?

    I've just looked at the grade boundaries for summer '15 and they don't seem... That bad? You could drop 19 marks in unit 1 and get an a still, and 17 marks in unit 2 (~84.5% hmm that is a little bit higher) and still get an a

    okay when you convert to %s i understand what you mean, as you needed 86% on the oral exam to get an a blimey.

    Now i'm worried for my as german
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    viel gluck!!!
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    Got first in the year for German and getting an award at prize night, so get rekt plebs.

    Jk, the exams were certainly more challenging...
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    (Original post by roosters4sale)
    viel gluck!!!
    Danke

    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Got first in the year for German and getting an award at prize night, so get rekt plebs.

    Jk, the exams were certainly more challenging...
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