AQA A-Level French grade and exam marks Watch

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In AQA A-Level French I achieved an E grade overall, however my exam marks say different. I looked at all the raw marks for all 3 of my papers (1 of them was speaking). I am very confused, because according to the AQA reformed Linear A-Level grade boundaries, I got a B on Paper 1, a C (two marks off a B) on Paper 2 and a B on Paper 3 (which is the speaking). Now how would I get an E overall if I got a B on Paper 1, C on Paper 2 and B on Paper 3? I thought they would all be averaged out, because my mocks were averaged out. In my mocks I got an E in Paper 1, E (nearly a D) in Paper 2 and a C in Paper 3 and I got a D grade overall. I'm not sure how this works, but I'm wondering if any other AQA A-Level French students had this issue too. Also, what did you guys think of the AQA A-Level French grade boundaries this year?

I've emailed my French teacher about it and am waiting for a response.
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