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hiya, i know the grade boundaries can be quite high for maths. Do you know how high of a B you got? It could have been a low B so closer to a C and that could have pulled you down? Also, what grade is the 70%? I would speak to ur teacher anyway and ask them how they came up with a C just so you know.
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ohh ok but still my friend shes in the same class as me she got the same mark as me in the test where we both got Bs and she got 75% and she got a B in her report so thats why i was a little confused on how she got almost the same mark as me but managed to get higher. I understand no 2 students are similar but still like we are exactly the same in class and we both do our homework and everything.
Ask your teacher. They'll be willing to tell you.
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ohh ok but still my friend shes in the same class as me she got the same mark as me in the test where we both got Bs and she got 75% and she got a B in her report so thats why i was a little confused on how she got almost the same mark as me but managed to get higher. I understand no 2 students are similar but still like we are exactly the same in class and we both do our homework and everything.
That extra 5% could have just pushed her up to a B, there is probably very little between ur C and her B but that's how it worked out when the average of the marks where taken. And you could have both got a B but had different percentages. Anyway defo ask ur teacher
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