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    So in health and social (you don't have to take health and social to help btw) we do 2 coursework pieces and an exam. Each is supposedly 33% of your exam. I got 43/50 in one coursework (a B grade but one mark of an A ) and 46/50 in the other (an A grade). So with an A and high B what would I have to get in the exam its out of 100 and around 83 is an A? What would I need to get an A overall? Any help would be useful, I'm stressing out. lol.
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    can anyone help????
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    can anyone help????
    what mark is an A
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    (Original post by shan2400)
    what mark is an A
    in the exam? you need to get 83/100. coursework you need 44/50.
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    any other ideas?
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    So altogether 300 UMS? So i'm guessing 250 UMS is an A grade so, so far you most likely got 280 UMS? or more so you need to get like a B in the exam like 60-70 marks to possibly get an A im guessing.
 
 
 
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