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    Hey guys,

    Currently doing AS and A2 Mathematics all in one year so i have all six exams over the next few weeks.

    After looking at the unofficial mark scheme for C1 i 'm pretty sure i ballsed up on it. Basing on the fact that i may have gotten an E, would this make a massive difference to my UMS / where would my grades need to be for the remaining to finish on a C overall?

    Studying C1-C4, S1B and MS1B, if that helps.
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    Hey guys,

    Currently doing AS and A2 Mathematics all in one year so i have all six exams over the next few weeks.

    After looking at the unofficial mark scheme for C1 i 'm pretty sure i ballsed up on it. Basing on the fact that i may have gotten an E, would this make a massive difference to my UMS / where would my grades need to be for the remaining to finish on a C overall?

    Studying C1-C4, S1B and MS1B, if that helps.
    The whole A-level is out of 600, with with all units having equal weighting. You need 360/600 to get a C, so assuming a middle E of 45, you need 315 UMS across the other modules, so an average of 63 in each one.
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    (Original post by Glassapple)
    The whole A-level is out of 600, with with all units having equal weighting. You need 360/600 to get a C, so assuming a middle E of 45, you need 315 UMS across the other modules, so an average of 63 in each one.
    Thanks Glassapple
 
 
 
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