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    I got AAAA this year, i was wondering what I need to get an A* in reformed A-levels next year since there are no more "modules"...
    is it 90% across all your exams?
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    (Original post by Someboady)
    I got AAAA this year, i was wondering what I need to get an A* in reformed A-levels next year since there are no more "modules"...
    is it 90% across all your exams?
    As you are probably aware there is no ums in linear subjects anymore, just raw marks. The people who set the grade boundaries will set a raw mark boundary for A*, A, B, C etc. And if the total mark from all your papers meet the A* boundary then you get an A*
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    (Original post by BR1999)
    As you are probably aware there is no ums in linear subjects anymore, just raw marks. The people who set the grade boundaries will set a raw mark boundary for A*, A, B, C etc. And if the total mark from all your papers meet the A* boundary then you get an A*
    When applying to Cambridge what would happen? They require sending your UMS don't they so now what are they going to do?


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    When applying to Cambridge what would happen? They require sending your UMS don't they so now what are they going to do?


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    Ask for your raw mark?
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    Ask for your raw mark?
    Could be lol


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    When applying to Cambridge what would happen? They require sending your UMS don't they so now what are they going to do?


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    Apart from the raw mark there really isn't anything else to go off, becasue the UMS for linear subjects doesn't exist anymore.
 
 
 
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