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Can I still get an A or A* overall? watch

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    I take GCSE Edexcel French, and after the exam a few days ago I am feeling quite worried. I have managed to achieve A*s in all of the course works (60%) however I really don't think that the reading and listening exams went well (40%), I reckon I have got a C on the listening and a B, maybe a low A on the reading.
    If this is the case do you think I can still get an A overall?

    If it turns out to be an A on the reading, yes. If it turns out to be a B most likely no, but depends on the grade boundaries.
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