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    Hi, I recently sat the maths exam and think I got around 60 mark ( had got 75 in mocks). which I admit is quite poor. is it still possible for me to get an A. If I manage to bring myself up on the calc exam. How many marks would I need?
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    Hi, I recently sat the maths exam and think I got around 60 mark ( had got 75 in mocks). which I admit is quite poor. is it still possible for me to get an A. If I manage to bring myself up on the calc exam. How many marks would I need?
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    If the grade boundary for A is 136 (which has been the highest so far), you would need 76 marks which is completely achievable considering the calculator paper s always easier. I doubt it will be 136 for an A however because it was quite tricky this year. Aim for 75+ and you'll be fine.
 
 
 
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