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1. I would like to calculate how many marks I would have needed in the exam based on 2015 grade boundaries. In my oral, I scored 29/30 and in the writing I got 49/50. The exam however did not go well, so I was hoping somebody could tell me how many marks I would need to get an A/A* so I can see if I still bother hoping. Thanks.
2. BUMP
3. 28/50 for A* or 18/50 for A
4. (Original post by davist)
I would like to calculate how many marks I would have needed in the exam based on 2015 grade boundaries. In my oral, I scored 29/30 and in the writing I got 49/50. The exam however did not go well, so I was hoping somebody could tell me how many marks I would need to get an A/A* so I can see if I still bother hoping. Thanks.
49 + 24 = 73

106 - 73 = 33 needed for A*
96 - 73 = 23 needed for A

hope this helps.
49 + 24 = 73

106 - 73 = 33 needed for A*
96 - 73 = 23 needed for A

hope this helps.
Thank you

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