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    So today I got my results and I got a B in AS law, which I know isn't terrible but I was/am aiming for an A both this year and next. For law 01 I got a C with 66/100 and for law 02 I got a B with 75/100. The thing is, when I sat my law01 exam I felt I'd done really well and I wasn't expecting a C. Is it worth a remark? I know it won't make a difference to my AS but will it make any difference at A2 considering I'm aiming for an A?
    Edit: forgot to add I've got an A in every one of my assessments this year
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    This is exactly the same as me I've never got below an A in any of my assessments so was so shocked to see a B on my results yesterday. I'm getting both my papers remarked as anything extra will help towards A2 x
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    I know the feeling!!! I'm 2UMS off an A at the moment so I'm going to get them remarked, I was shocked to see a B because I just did everything my law tutors said to do
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    (Original post by AfcFob)
    I know the feeling!!! I'm 2UMS off an A at the moment so I'm going to get them remarked, I was shocked to see a B because I just did everything my law tutors said to do
    Same I did exactly what my teacher said and I didn't think Unit 1 could've gone any better. A B isn't bad but was definitely expecting an A. Bit worried about this new system of remarking I think it's gonna be a lot harder to go up now!
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    Same I did exactly what my teacher said and I didn't think Unit 1 could've gone any better. A B isn't bad but was definitely expecting an A. Bit worried about this new system of remarking I think it's gonna be a lot harder to go up now!
    I know a B is good but I just thought my law exams went so well that an A was inevitable. I memorised every answer my law tutors created for us and I still didn't get an A
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    (Original post by abigayle_aloud)
    So today I got my results and I got a B in AS law, which I know isn't terrible but I was/am aiming for an A both this year and next. For law 01 I got a C with 66/100 and for law 02 I got a B with 75/100. The thing is, when I sat my law01 exam I felt I'd done really well and I wasn't expecting a C. Is it worth a remark? I know it won't make a difference to my AS but will it make any difference at A2 considering I'm aiming for an A?
    Edit: forgot to add I've got an A in every one of my assessments this year
    I got 100% in every law01 exam this year and in my final exam which i thought went just as well i got 67 UMS a C, i was so shocked because i was expecting well above 80 UMS maybe even above 90 UMS, it's definetely worth a remark if it is unexpected my law tutor was telling me how everyone's law01 UMS was low this this and she advices me to pay for a check so she can read it to see whether a remark will improve my grade.
 
 
 
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