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    There's Non-Calculator 100 marks and Calculator 100 marks.

    I got around 52 on my first paper and 80 on the second paper. Would that be enough combined? Thank You
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    (Original post by SeoulSisterSopi)
    There's Non-Calculator 100 marks and Calculator 100 marks.

    I got around 52 on my first paper and 80 on the second paper. Would that be enough combined? Thank You
    What exam board?
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    (Original post by george_c00per)
    What exam board?
    Oh, sorry ha. It was with WJEC
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    Im guessing you are doing the Edexcel exam board amd its about 140 for a grade C. Im doing foundation too and my teacher said to get 70 on each to get a C .Good luck passimg your exam, i am sure you will pass.You may pick up extra marks on paper 1 as it seems your weakness im sorry if i got the wrong exam board, feel free to correct me people
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    (Original post by SeoulSisterSopi)
    Oh, sorry ha. It was with WJEC
    http://www.wjec.co.uk/students/44040...?language_id=1

    According to this you're well into the C grade, this is from June 2014 however grade boundaries never really change more than 10 marks each way from year to year. I would say you're fine
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    (Original post by george_c00per)
    http://www.wjec.co.uk/students/44040...?language_id=1

    According to this you're well into the C grade, this is from June 2014 however grade boundaries never really change more than 10 marks each way from year to year. I would say you're fine
    Yay! (~ ̄▽ ̄)~ thank you for answering me, and quickly too! And for the link. Hope you have a great day <3
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    (Original post by Pedrex)
    Im guessing you are doing the Edexcel exam board amd its about 140 for a grade C. Im doing foundation too and my teacher said to get 70 on each to get a C .Good luck passimg your exam, i am sure you will pass.You may pick up extra marks on paper 1 as it seems your weakness im sorry if i got the wrong exam board, feel free to correct me people
    It's alright Thank you for the luck! I hope you pass too! This is my second time doing it. I really hope you pass, Good luck (~ ̄▽ ̄)~
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    (Original post by SeoulSisterSopi)
    Yay! (~ ̄▽ ̄)~ thank you for answering me, and quickly too! And for the link. Hope you have a great day <3
    No problem! Have a nice day too
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    (Original post by SeoulSisterSopi)
    It's alright Thank you for the luck! I hope you pass too! This is my second time doing it. I really hope you pass, Good luck (~ ̄▽ ̄)~
    No problem, and thanks oh right, you will pass it this time don't worry, you seem to be well into the grade C boundaries. Dont listen to what i said earlier though, i was on about another exam board😂 my bad
 
 
 
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