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    Is wjec ch4 considered an easy exam? Because I find it one of the hardest I'm doing, but every year people seem to get 100% (the UMS seem very high).
    Is this just because other people find it easy, because I don't think our teacher's taught us half of the stuff on the spec.
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    No, actually I've asked other people in my class, and they don't remember either. Plus, I'm stressed enough with exams as it is, and you telling me I didn't pay attention doesn't really help me now, does it?
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    (Original post by ConicalFlask)
    No, actually I've asked other people in my class, and they don't remember either. Plus, I'm stressed enough with exams as it is, and you telling me I didn't pay attention doesn't really help me now, does it?
    I'm disappointed my response to you has been reported and removed. It is so easy to blame the teacher.
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    (Original post by ConicalFlask)
    Is wjec ch4 considered an easy exam? Because I find it one of the hardest I'm doing, but every year people seem to get 100% (the UMS seem very high).
    Is this just because other people find it easy, because I don't think our teacher's taught us half of the stuff on the spec.
    If you look at
    https://www.wjecservices.co.uk/MarkToUMS/

    you can see what UMS marks mean in terms of actual marks. LAst year in CH4 you needed 63 for an A but you could get full UMS with 75 so can lose marks and still get full UMS!

    Comparing papers, CH4 seems to have the most to learn and mark schemes seem most picky. I'll wish you good luck but there is no substitute for a lot of revision over the next few weeks. If you think your teache has left things out, have you checked with others in your class in case you have missed a lesson where notes were handed out or key points covered and you can then ask for a copy of the notes. If there really are gaps then perhaps try to A2 revision guide.
 
 
 
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