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    This year, I have completed 6 modules of Maths:
    C1- 71/75
    C2-62/75
    S1-59/75
    S2-60/75
    D1-61/75
    Fp1-65/75

    and beside them are the marks I have, supposedly, achieved.

    Is an A grade in both Maths and Fmaths achievable? Really worried.




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    Okay. Let's forget this charade then, shall we?


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    You likely have an A grade in both, maybe an A in Further Math -- just pray for lower grade boundaries if the exams were relatively easy
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    Lol, I wouldn't worry for Maths... assuming the grade boundaries are lower than usual (probably will be).

    Further Maths, on the other hand, is in a bit of a risk. S2 grade boundaries are pretty high, so you'll need to score higher on both Fp1 and D1 (which they're borderline, I suppose).


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    (Original post by Ze Witcher)
    You likely have an A grade in both, maybe an A in Further Math -- just pray for lower grade boundaries if the exams were relatively easy
    I hope so. I'd be very disappointed with no As, especially when my teachers are putting all their bets on me.

    Lol, putting all my stored up good deeds into this one prayer.


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    (Original post by Mightlobster)
    Lol, I wouldn't worry for Maths... assuming the grade boundaries are lower than usual (probably will be).

    Further Maths, on the other hand, is in a bit of a risk. S2 grade boundaries are pretty high, so you'll need to score higher on both Fp1 and D1 (which they're borderline, I suppose).


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    Never used to turn up to lessons. Just don't want my teachers to have a go and say "I told you so". Hate that phrase.


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    (Original post by Needtolobher)
    Never used to turn up to lessons. Just don't want my teachers to have a go and say "I told you so". Hate that phrase.


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    Ah. Well, if you don't get the grades you so think you deserve, you know why


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