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    If I got a B on my AS exam at the end of this academic year, what grade do I need to get on my A2 exam to get an A overall?

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    (Original post by honour)
    If I got a B on my AS exam at the end of this academic year, what grade do I need to get on my A2 exam to get an A overall?

    Thanks in advance
    What subject is it? Is it a newly reformed Linear A-level?
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    (Original post by Helpmeoutplease)
    What subject is it? Is it a newly reformed Linear A-level?
    Maths. And no, it's still the old modular A Level.
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    For OCR, it's generally a grade A (80%) on average across all AS modules and 90% of UMS on all A2 Modules.
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    (Original post by honour)
    Maths. And no, it's still the old modular A Level.
    depends on your UMS, you need 480 UMS over the 6 modules to get an A (at least this is how it works for edexcel)
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    (Original post by honour)
    Maths. And no, it's still the old modular A Level.
    What UMS did you get for AS?
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    depends on your UMS, you need 480 UMS over the 6 modules to get an A (at least this is how it works for edexcel)
    Even for geography?
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    (Original post by Carrot_Cake_13)
    Even for geography?
    no idea how geography works, sorry
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    no idea how geography works, sorry
    Dw. I'll just double check with my teacher
 
 
 
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