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    Hi, I have completed both of my CW and I have attained B's in both. What grade do I need in the exam to come out with an overall B??

    I think the CW is is overall 60%, not sure though.

    Any help is much appreciated
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    i got b in one and high a in one
    in lmc i got 38 but it has been sent to exam board
    got 32 in maths quiz
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    wou would need a B/A in yiour exam, as the exam is more weighted i believe
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    (Original post by mariah2011)
    Hi, I have completed both of my CW and I have attained B's in both. What grade do I need in the exam to come out with an overall B??

    I think the CW is is overall 40%, not sure though.

    Any help is much appreciated
    Hiya
    It all depends on your raw mark really, assuming you got the complete minimum mark to get a B in your coursework, then you'd need a high B or above. But, assuming you got the maximum possible mark to get a B in your coursework, then you would need a very high D.
    I'd say to aim for a B or above to be safe
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    (Original post by mariah2011)
    Hi, I have completed both of my CW and I have attained B's in both. What grade do I need in the exam to come out with an overall B??

    I think the CW is is overall 40%, not sure though.

    Any help is much appreciated
    The CW is actually 60% of your grade, 30% for each one. The exam is only 40% (thank god for that).
 
 
 
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