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    Hi

    I got my results today. I got a B in English which I was over the moon with at first but I thought I'd check the grade boundaries here. I got 66 marks but the below link which I have taken from another thread on here says that the marks needed for an A is 64. What do you guys think I should do? As I mentioned I'm kinda happy with a B but if I've done enough for an A then I sure as heck want one!

    The subject was English language B 4EB0.
    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...ries-Final.pdf



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    Checked again. Ignore me I was looking at paper A not B! Sorry!


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    Wow... Okay not gonna lie I was excited for a second there cause I got 65 and I was so ready to have an A... But no 😂😂😣😣


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