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    Hi there, I'm really confused about how the A* in FM for MEI is awarded.

    I am in Year 13 and have achieved this:

    C1 - 98
    C2 - 98
    C3 - X
    C4 - X
    FP1 - 94
    FP2 - X
    S1 - X
    S2 - X
    S3 - X
    D1 - 74
    M1 - 74
    NM - 78

    I enjoy Stats and Pure maths but don't know whether I can still get A* in FM. Do I need to average over 90 across FP2, S2 and S3 and get over 480 overall?
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    (Original post by Ecconomist)
    Hi there, I'm really confused about how the A* in FM for MEI is awarded.

    I am in Year 13 and have achieved this:

    C1 - 98
    C2 - 98
    C3 - X
    C4 - X
    FP1 - 94
    FP2 - X
    S1 - X
    S2 - X
    S3 - X
    D1 - 74
    M1 - 74
    NM - 78

    I enjoy Stats and Pure maths but don't know whether I can still get A* in FM. Do I need to average over 90 across FP2, S2 and S3 and get over 480 overall?
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    That's how its awarded in OCR (none MEI) so i assume it would be the same for MEI
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    correct
    So it's still very doable for me then?
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    (Original post by Ecconomist)
    So it's still very doable for me then?
    In theory yes !!!
    In practice I do not know as I do not know your ability and the quality of your study/preparation
 
 
 
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