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    Im doind fondation, I got 48 marks which is 2 marks away from from a c is there a chance of me still passing english and if there is how many marks should i roughly get in the exam.
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    (Original post by Timzy_99)
    Im doind fondation, I got 48 marks which is 2 marks away from from a c is there a chance of me still passing english and if there is how many marks should i roughly get in the exam.
    What exam board are you doing?
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    (Original post by examtime123)
    What exam board are you doing?
    AQA
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    (Original post by Timzy_99)
    AQA
    Do you mean that you got 48 marks in your coursework? Because that's a C according to the mark scheme I looked at. (Just want to make sure we're talking about the same thing)
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    [QUOTE=examtime123;65501061]Do you mean that you got 48 marks in your coursework? Because that's a C according to the mark scheme I looked at. (Just want to make sure we're talking about the same thing

    Yes that is what i mean but the problem is that my friend said to get a c overall you have to get 140 marks . combined with the exam marks is he correct?
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    (Original post by examtime123)
    Do you mean that you got 48 marks in your coursework? Because that's a C according to the mark scheme I looked at. (Just want to make sure we're talking about the same th

    Yes that is what i mean but the problem is that my friend said to get a c overall you have to get 140 marks . combined with the exam marks is he correct?
    I don't think so, no. I think a C overall is about 100 (if you're doing foundation). So you'd need about 54-55 to get a C overall (considering that the exam is worth more than coursework).
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    (Original post by Timzy_99)

    I don't think so, no. I think a C overall is about 100 (if you're doing foundation). So you'd need about 54-55 to get a C overall (considering that the exam is worth more than coursework).
    Thanks alot
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    (Original post by Timzy_99)

    I don't think so, no. I think a C overall is about 100 (if you're doing foundation). So you'd need about 54-55 to get a C overall (considering that the exam is worth more than coursework).
    i'm doing Higher AQA English Language gcse and was wondering wat i need in the exam to get a B overall?
    I got 70 out of 80 in my coursework which is an A
    thanks
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    (Original post by examtime123)

    i'm doing Higher AQA English Language gcse and was wondering wat i need in the exam to get a B overall?
    I got 70 out of 80 in my coursework which is an A
    thanks
    An A overall is about 101 marks, so you'd need a mark between 35 - 40 to get a B overall
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    An A overall is about 101 marks, so you'd need a mark between 35 - 40 to get a B overall
    thanks
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    (Original post by Helpmepickone)

    An A overall is about 101 marks, so you'd need a mark between 35 - 40 to get a B overall
    I got 55 in my coursework how much more do I need to get to a C
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    (Original post by examtime123)
    I got 55 in my coursework how much more do I need to get to a C
    A C overall is about 87 marks, so you'd need roughly 32 marks in the exam to get a C
 
 
 
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