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    Hello if I got an E for coursework what should I have got in the exam to at least get a C? The coursework is worth 25% and the subject is statistics, can anyone help me with this
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    What exam board is it for? I'll work it out for you!
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    You'll need an A (I think)
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    If it's for Edexcel, I just calculated and you'd need approx. 100 UMS, which last year was 41/100, which was a C.
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    What exam board is it for? I'll work it out for you!
    Edexcel is the exam board
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    If it's for Edexcel, I just calculated and you'd need approx. 100 UMS, which last year was 41/100, which was a C.
    So I would need a high C on the exam
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    (Original post by Hmz1999)
    Edexcel is the exam board
    Then my previous statement applies!

    I just calculated and you'd need approx. 100 UMS, which last year was 41/100, which was a C
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    You'll need an A (I think)
    but it's 25% if it was more then 25% I would understand
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    (Original post by Hmz1999)
    So I would need a high C on the exam
    Yes.
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Then my previous statement applies!
    So ok thanks so to get a B I would need a high B am I right? If I sound stupid , I'm sorry.
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    (Original post by Hmz1999)
    So ok thanks so to get a B I would need a high B am I right? If I sound stupid , I'm sorry.
    You would need pretty much bang on an A.
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    You would need pretty much bang on an A.
    alright thanks for helping me. I was just so rubbish on the coursework, hopefully I achieve the C overall for it.
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    So ok thanks so to get a B I would need a high B am I right? If I sound stupid , I'm sorry.
    Yes. If you want to secure a C, you'll need at least a low B for the other 75%. To get a B, a mid A is needed.
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    Yes. If you want to secure a C, you'll need a high B or low A for the other 75%.
    Thanks for helping me.
 
 
 
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