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    Does anyone know how many ums points are required to obtain a C grade (out of 300) for French. The exam board is EDEXCEL.
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    Why don't you look on the exam board site?

    Likelihood is whoever would reply to you would have to go and look for you, so be independent and do it yourself, baring in mind the grade boundaries change every year
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    Why don't you look on the exam board site?

    Likelihood is whoever would reply to you would have to go and look for you, so be independent and do it yourself, baring in mind the grade boundaries change every year
    Thats why im asking.. because I couldn't find it.
    Well obviously they change. How helpful lol
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    (Original post by DellRyan)
    Thats why im asking.. because I couldn't find it.
    Well obviously they change. How helpful lol
    Go on Edexcel, go to grade boundaries, go to last years, look it up and then remember that grade boundaries do change but that's a rough estimate

    No need to start being cocky when it's pretty simple. Also 'how helpful lol' I'm afraid a bunch of year 11's in a GCSE thread are unable of predicting this years grade boundaries.
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    Go on Edexcel, go to grade boundaries, go to last years, look it up and then remember that grade boundaries do change but that's a rough estimate

    No need to start being cocky when it's pretty simple. Also 'how helpful lol' I'm afraid a bunch of year 11's in a GCSE thread are unable of predicting this years grade boundaries.
    The grade boundaries are for specific areas of French, not overall.
    Im not being cocky: you just started being rude...
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    (Original post by DellRyan)
    The grade boundaries are for specific areas of French, not overall.
    Im not being cocky: you just started being rude...
    I wasn't being rude, I just thought it was clear how to resolve your issue. At the bottom of the 'specific areas' is a total for French
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    I wasn't being rude, I just thought it was clear how to resolve your issue. At the bottom of the 'specific areas' is a total for French
    Thank you haha
 
 
 

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