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    How common is it for people to get a B in AS maths but still be predicted an A at A2?

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    Um, depends on your school.

    If you could convince your maths teacher that you can than pretty likely. It all depends on you in the end, really. I know someone who was predicted a B because of his A/S results but got 100/100 in both C1 and C2 the next summer he resat it.

    Also keep in mind your C2 result. Often, people like me, get very different results on C1,C2,C3,C4. C2 will more or less set the tone for what you can get in C3, C4 (obviously, assumign you put in the work) whereas C1 is quite different in many respects and wont tell them much. So if you got a B because of high C1 and high applied module grades - but an average or low C2 grade, well, i'm not sure you stand that great a chance...

    Obv though its all down to your teachers, if they can be sweet talked, SWEET TALK AWAY!!!! :eek: (I have quite a bit of this to do myself )

    well it depends on how good you are :P A level maths is pretty easy

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