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    I found paper 1 not bad.. I feel as if the ones I couldn't do I explained myself really well!! So I feel I picked up about 25-28 marks. I really need a C!

    What do I need to do and what advice would oi give me..

    How many more marks for a grade C do I need?

    Thank you.
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    Firstly, what paper are you referring to? secondly look at previous grade boundaries to see what mark it is for a C as they fluctuate around +/- 2-4 marks so a very good reference to look at.
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    (Original post by kylecolclough)
    I found paper 1 not bad.. I feel as if the ones I couldn't do I explained myself really well!! So I feel I picked up about 25-28 marks. I really need a C!

    What do I need to do and what advice would oi give me..

    How many more marks for a grade C do I need?

    Thank you.
    Realistically you'll need around 32 marks for a C in the next paper


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    I need about 32 then yeah?
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    What would you advise me to revise
 
 
 
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