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    Hi, so I was very much under the impression that C1, 2, 3 and 4 were all of equal weighting and the other modules (either D/M/S 1 and 2) were of less weighting. But i am now reading different?!!
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    Hi, so I was very much under the impression that C1, 2, 3 and 4 were all of equal weighting and the other modules (either D/M/S 1 and 2) were of less weighting. But i am now reading different?!!
    Are you looking at the specification? You may be looking at the new spec (not that I know anything about OCR MEI or the new spec, this could just be an issue)

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    Hi, so I was very much under the impression that C1, 2, 3 and 4 were all of equal weighting and the other modules (either D/M/S 1 and 2) were of less weighting. But i am now reading different?!!
    Each unit is equally weighted. The c3 and 4 results are potentially a bit more important as they impact on the award of the A* grade

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