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    Hello guys! This year I took C1,C2,C3 and I am wondering how many points (in total) should I score in order to get an A or B in these 3 exams. If anyone knows please help me!!!
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    Hello guys! This year I took C1,C2,C3 and I am wondering how many points (in total) should I score in order to get an A or B in these 3 exams. If anyone knows please help me!!!
    Are you asking what marks you should get to achieve 80, 70, 60 UMS etc?
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    No. One of my friend told me that in order to get an A in A levels maths i have to collect 240 points in total from three exams etc C1,C2,C3 and 240 from C4,S1,S2 or F1,F2. I am asking how many points in total should i get in order to get a B in those three exams.
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    No. One of my friend told me that in order to get an A in A levels maths i have to collect 240 points in total from three exams etc C1,C2,C3 and 240 from C4,S1,S2 or F1,F2. I am asking how many points in total should i get in order to get a B in those three exams.
    Ah I see. I'm not entirely familiar with IAL so I've looked at the spec.

    For the AS (out of 300) you need 80% or more for an A (240, as you say), 70% for a B (210), 60% for a C etc....

    Then for the A2 you combine AS (from beforE) and the A2 units (out of 300) and the same thing applies again (but out of 600) 80% for an A (480), 70% for a B (420) and special conditions for an A* (180 UMS or more from C34 and 480 or more UMS overall).
 
 
 
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