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1. 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!!!
2. (Original post by Queenofpink)
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?
3. 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.
4. (Original post by Queenofpink)
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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