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A level French/ Spanish 2016/17 grades

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    does anyone knows how many marks roughly do i need out of 110 to get an A or even A* in french or spanish cuz our teacher wont tell us. Please anyone tell me !!!
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    does anyone knows how many marks roughly do i need out of 110 to get an A or even A* in french or spanish cuz our teacher wont tell us. Please anyone tell me !!!
    First conduct some research on your own using the internet and information such as the exam board etc.
    Anyway, it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to say that you need at least 90% (99 marks) for an A* and at least 80% (88 marks) for an A. Honestly though, in nearly all A-levels, getting an A* is very difficult; you should keep that in mind. It's no easy task and you really have to work hard and put a lot of effort in.

    Furthermore, depending on how it all works for example if there are UMS points still, then they will compare you to other people and see how everyone did as a whole.
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