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    i recieved my photography grade and i got an E grade ( i was expecting a B) i was really dissappointed because my teacher told me himself that my work was really god and i should expect a high grade. most of my class mates also recieved an E or U and only 2 people got a B... i compared my work with my classmates that got an E and i must say that i did much more work then they did! i did all my artist research, links, experimantation, final pieces, observations and everthing that the mark scheme required, so why did i get an E grade?
    i heard that teachers mark your sketchbooks, so does that mean my teacher gave me false hope? im really dissappointed and upset i want to get it remarked, but what if stays the same and each unit cost £42 so thats £84 to remark.
    i was also wondering if the grade this year for photography counts since its the new spec can someone please tell me how it works?
    Thanks in advance
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    You can also find the Exam Thread list for A-levels here and GCSE here. :dumbells:

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