DESPERATE- should i get my physics AS remarked?

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susanajoshua
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I got 93/140 which is a B in my physics AS and the A boundary is 95/140. Should i get my papers remarked and how likely would my grade go up?? Also, do I get my money back if the marks do go up???...
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Physics has been reformed, so it doesn't count towards your full A level. Therefore the only reason to get it remarked would be to help convince your teachers to predict you higher, i.e. an A*. What grade do you need in physics for university courses that you are interested in?

There's a fairly low chance of your grade going up (around 20% of remarks last year), but if it does then you do get your money back, yes.
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Sciences are unlikely to go up, and since it's linear you can just push for an A* next year
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I would like to do engineering in university... would having an A in physics in AS help or not...
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