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    so I have course work that's split into two parts 50% each. First part I got 55%. how do I calculate how much I need to get on the second part to get an A overall?
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    What percentage do you need to get an A?

    Divide 55 percent by two to get 27.5 percent, which is the current percent of your total coursework score so far. And then add to that half of your other coursework percentage to see if you'd get what you need for an A
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    What percentage do you need to get an A?

    Divide 55 percent by two to get 27.5 percent, which is the current percent of your total coursework score so far. And then add to that half of your other coursework percentage to see if you'd get what you need for an A
    alright cheers mate. Pass mark for an A is 70 I think. I haven't got the second marks yet because we haven't done the work yet but thanks anyway
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