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# What could be my grade?

1. Hi, I gave my As from Cambridge in this year May and got the following grades: D D E E. What grade should I achieve in A2 to get it to Bs or Cs? My percentage uniform marks were around 40s. Please help. Thank You.
P.S If you can, explain me how they're calculated.
2. (Original post by Karima18)
Hi, I gave my As from Cambridge in this year May and got the following grades: D D E E. What grade should I achieve in A2 to get it to Bs or Cs? My percentage uniform marks were around 40s. Please help. Thank You.
P.S If you can, explain me how they're calculated.
By cambridge do you mean CIE?
3. (Original post by SeanFM)
By cambridge do you mean CIE?
YES :P
4. (Original post by Karima18)
YES :P
Have a look at the syllabus online eg economics

http://www.cie.org.uk/images/164510-...bus.pdf#page12

gives you the weightings of each unit so you can work out what you need at A2. In that example the AS grade makes up 50% of your overall grade so you would need, for example if you got a D in economics, maybe a high C for a C overall.
5. Thank You

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