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    For maths GCSE I am doing unit 1 and unit 2 foundation tier exam, the course is CCEA and there is no controlled assessment, it's completely exam based. I was just wondering say when my two UMS marks are added together say I got like 200 UMS and that was 71% would that be a B or a C? I know in the individual units I can only get up to a C but I mean overall.
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    For maths GCSE I am doing unit 1 and unit 2 foundation tier exam, the course is CCEA and there is no controlled assessment, it's completely exam based. I was just wondering say when my two UMS marks are added together say I got like 200 UMS and that was 71% would that be a B or a C? I know in the individual units I can only get up to a C but I mean overall.
    You can only get a maximum of 1 UMS under a B in foundation. Normally this is around 69ish% UMS. Without coursework, it is impossible to get a B while taking foundation exams.
 
 
 
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