baconhatesbeef
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I’m in a sticky situation
I got a 9-8 in my paper 1 Combined science exam in November. Predicted 9-9
In the next exam it was paper 2 and it was one paper which include bio physics and chem and i did not revise and got a 4-4.
Later they announced another exam for science for paper 2 separate papers and I got a 9-9 by revising.
How will my exam board decide my grade?
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I believe teachers are deciding grades based on the exam board guidelines. If you’re worried, I suggest explaining what happened to your teachers and they’ll hopefully understand. I hope you get the grades you deserve
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