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So I’ve completed my first year of a Level 3 btec extended diploma in applied science I’ve done six units and got 3 distinctions, 1 merit and 2 passes I’m just wondering what grade I’d get and what I’d need to get in the second year to get a grade of DDD. I’m also not sure what’s happening with exam retakes whether they’re predicting them or were doing them
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So I’ve completed my first year of a Level 3 btec extended diploma in applied science I’ve done six units and got 3 distinctions, 1 merit and 2 passes I’m just wondering what grade I’d get and what I’d need to get in the second year to get a grade of DD
3 distinctions? Well done!! 👏👏👏👏👏
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3 distinctions? Well done!! 👏👏👏👏👏
Thanks did you have any idea what overall grade I could get for the year?
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So I’ve completed my first year of a Level 3 btec extended diploma in applied science I’ve done six units and got 3 distinctions, 1 merit and 2 passes I’m just wondering what grade I’d get and what I’d need to get in the second year to get a grade of DD
Hi,

Do you have the pointing score board? As each grade is worth a point and then to get DDD they’re all added together. If that makes sense?
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I’m not really sure where I can find the pointing score Board
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BTEC has a grade calculator you can use to work out the grade: https://qualifications.pearson.com/e...alculator.html

Not every unit is worth the same amount of points. So two people with the same number of merits/passes/distinctions could get a different grade overall, so use the calculator to be sure.
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BTEC has a grade calculator you can use to work out the grade: https://qualifications.pearson.com/e...alculator.html

Not every unit is worth the same amount of points. So two people with the same number of merits/passes/distinctions could get a different grade overall, so use the calculator to be sure.
Thanks I’ve already tried using it but it doesn’t seem to work on my phone
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Thanks I’ve already tried using it but it doesn’t seem to work on my phone
it won't work on a phone or a Mac. Download it on a PC, save it, enable macros and then it works.
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Thanks I’ve already tried using it but it doesn’t seem to work on my phone
Oh dear.
It needs macros to work, have you enabled that?
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