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    Before anyone calls me stupid... I know i am not great at maths and my score will most likely not be as high as yours. I get A*'s in more than 5 subjects so please understand that i am not daft . Anyways, i've un-officially marked my math papers and i got a total of around 80 marks out of 200... I know, not great, but i tried my best... My question is with 80/200 is there any possibility that i could get a lower grade than a C? I'm very nervous....
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    you will definitely get a D or lower since it's 40%, at this stage you have to just suck it up
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    (Original post by djandrewful)
    Before anyone calls me stupid... I know i am not great at maths and my score will most likely not be as high as yours. I get A*'s in more than 5 subjects so please understand that i am not daft . Anyways, i've un-officially marked my math papers and i got a total of around 80 marks out of 200... I know, not great, but i tried my best... My question is with 80/200 is there any possibility that i could get a lower grade than a C? I'm very nervous....
    Doubt it. They are normally between 60-75. Think the highest has been 64 in June 2013, but don't quote me on that.
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    Why didnt you consider taking foundation? You would have got a c easily even though the boundaries would be very high
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    (Original post by Tkkkkk16)
    Why didnt you consider taking foundation? You would have got a c easily even though the boundaries would be very high
    My school wouldn't let me because of my higher grades in other subjects... I tried though...
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    (Original post by djandrewful)
    Before anyone calls me stupid... I know i am not great at maths and my score will most likely not be as high as yours. I get A*'s in more than 5 subjects so please understand that i am not daft . Anyways, i've un-officially marked my math papers and i got a total of around 80 marks out of 200... I know, not great, but i tried my best... My question is with 80/200 is there any possibility that i could get a lower grade than a C? I'm very nervous....
    You would get an average C which is a pass
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    (Original post by bigblackshaq)
    you will definitely get a D or lower since it's 40%, at this stage you have to just suck it up
    You're an idiot... The highest grade boundary for a C in the past 7 or so years has been 35%....
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    (Original post by djandrewful)
    Before anyone calls me stupid... I know i am not great at maths and my score will most likely not be as high as yours. I get A*'s in more than 5 subjects so please understand that i am not daft . Anyways, i've un-officially marked my math papers and i got a total of around 80 marks out of 200... I know, not great, but i tried my best... My question is with 80/200 is there any possibility that i could get a lower grade than a C? I'm very nervous....
    A C has never been higher than about 65, you would have passed easily, i would be extremely surprised if the grade for a C was above 70. As the paper was easier but it wasn't the easiest paper by far.

    You would have passed 100%
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    dude why are you so salty, I'm just telling you what my teacher told me. Instead of being worried whether you will get a D or a C in your maths exam, get your heads down and revise for the rest of your exams lol, you sir are the idiot

    (Original post by djandrewful)
    You're an idiot... The highest grade boundary for a C in the past 7 or so years has been 35%....
 
 
 
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