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    Ok so today we had moderation day for PE and all of our scores for our sports were confirmed, I got:
    Fitness (circuit training): 13/20 (7 and 6)
    Netball: 14/20 (7 and 7)
    Hockey: 13/20 (7 and 6)
    Trampolining: 13/20 (7 and 6)

    Now I know they're all pretty bad scores, but just how bad are they?

    In my controlled assessment I got 8/10, which leaves my total at 61/90.

    If I were to get, say, 95% in the theory exam (which tbh I'm very capable of doing), what would be the highest grade I could achieve?
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    61/90 is the about 31/45. Hmm...I reckon that's a B? If so then 95% or even 100% on theory exam would give you an A grade.
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    The reason for that is because practical is 60% whereas theory is only 40%. So a mark of practical is equivalent to about 10/11 marks of theory.
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    Ok phew thank you, I was getting worried because on the AQA grade converter 61 was coming out as an E!!! But I'm aiming for an A so this is reassuring, cheers
 
 
 
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