Hi, I'm currently taking my iGCSE Maths exams, foundation tier - Mathematics A - 1F & 2F. i done my first paper last week which was paper 1F, I've been trying to look into the overall grade boundaries, but all it gives you is the pass rate needed for the single paper doesn't give you an overall score that you need for both of them, which has me under the impression you have to get above the certain mark for the pass rate on both papers, What I'm trying to find out is do both papers contribute to the overall score or are they marked as singles, so if you fail one and pass the other you still failed? or can you get say a score below the needed pass rate on one papers, but get a much higher mark on the second paper and once both added together surpass the overall pass rate of both tests added together would you get a c? Sorry if this is very confusing its pretty hard to explain, any help would be much appreciated!
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