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Does anybody know what the minimum pass is in physics to get from A1 to A2. PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
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As in the grade boundaries for AS physics?
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As in the grade boundaries for AS physics?
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For OCR A level physics it's usually around 73% but I say that a solid A would be 75%
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A c in OCR physics would be around 55%-60%
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So, wouldn't the pass be from grades E-A*. In this case what grade is pass for progression exams to year 2.
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I don't quite understand what you mean by progression to year 2... i thought that (well atleast my school) you can continue into year 2 whatever the grade you got for your mocks/AS, they cant make you discontinue your a level.
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