For single award science I got a uniform mark of 77 in physics and a uniform mark of 98 in chemistry.
Each unit is worth 100 uniform marks including controlled assessment but foundation tier exams are worth 69 uniform marks.
Do you do 77 + 98 = 175 / 2 = 87.5 = 87 or 88?
How do I know what grade that is?
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- 12-01-2017 18:56
- 14-01-2017 02:45
your calculation is right. 90 is an A* , 80 is an A, 70 is a B, 60 is a C etc. Only for uniform marks, not raw marks.