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    Do I need to pass every unit in A2 to complete A level?can I still complete A level if I have one or two U's in a subject.If I get more than 240/600 due to good AS marks,it is considered as a pass grade or do I need to pass every unit individually?
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    (Original post by S242)
    Do I need to pass every unit in A2 to complete A level?can I still complete A level if I have one or two U's in a subject.If I get more than 240/600 due to good AS marks,it is considered as a pass grade or do I need to pass every unit individually?
    It's your overall marks and grade that decide whether you pass overall, so if you get above the overall grade boundary for a pass (even if you failed a/some units) then you'll pass
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    Thank you so much.I am totally messed up with my A2.Even if I repeat the horrible units,I should atleast have a pass grade b4 that or a second choice.I have one last exam left of A2 which is on feb 1st(I am doing edexcel IAL)and then I will start preparing myself again for chem 5,6 and phy 5 and if I feel too heartbroken or like A2 is not my thing,with the pass grade I can get into some university with low requirement.
 
 
 
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