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    In England grades are changing from A*-G to 9-1. This isn't happening in Wales. Despite all the reformed subjects, we're keeping the old grades. I'm doing reformed Maths, Maths-Numeracy, English Language and English Literature. My equivalents in England are doing this graded 9-1 and I'm not. Since a 9 is supposedly above an A*, would I be at a disadvantage if I were to have an A* but many others competing against me have a 9?
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    No you won't, you will be on equal footing so don't worry
    Okay, good Thanks for answering!
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