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    Hi - I have just found out that I submitted a draft version of my History CA by mistake and have got a D. It was on a memory stick so not sure how it happened.

    I got an A for my mock and was striving for an A* and wanted to do it for A level and maybe degree.

    Firstly, is there anything I can do do get the correct version accepted and if not, can I re-take it next year?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by cazza0104)
    Hi - I have just found out that I submitted a draft version of my History CA by mistake and have got a D. It was on a memory stick so not sure how it happened.

    I got an A for my mock and was striving for an A* and wanted to do it for A level and maybe degree.

    Firstly, is there anything I can do do get the correct version accepted and if not, can I re-take it next year?

    Thanks!
    I m not sure CAs can be resubmitted with some exam boards.
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    ok so it turns out he made a 'clerical error' and I got a high B - 75%!! I can still get a A hopefully.
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    (Original post by cazza0104)
    ok so it turns out he made a 'clerical error' and I got a high B - 75%!! I can still get a A hopefully.
    My coursework is on a B... and my mocks were A and I cane out overall with an A overall so smash the exam!


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    (Original post by cazza0104)
    ok so it turns out he made a 'clerical error' and I got a high B - 75%!! I can still get a A hopefully.
    Glad to hear it turned out ok

    What's a clerical error?
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    (Original post by _chloeematt)
    My coursework is on a B... and my mocks were A and I cane out overall with an A overall so smash the exam!




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    yeah but 75% is an A according to grade boundaries - or they stick with a B for that part of it, rather than lumping the scores together? If you've done your exams you may know?
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    Glad to hear it turned out ok

    What's a clerical error?
    Well I assumed I had given in my draft by mistake as that was the grade I got for my draft before I out in hours of effort! Turns out I gave in the correct version and he read the wrong grade. He called it a 'clerical error'....

    I just need to make sure he didn't send the wrong result to AQA!
 
 
 
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