What grades would you have achieved before sitting your final exams?
I would have achieved a C and 2 D's in my A2 Levels. I have 5 exams to take in June.
In Sociology I'm currently on 387/600 which is a C. I have one synoptic paper to take next month. To get a B overall I need 33/120 in the synoptic exam. This is a U, which means I don't even need to pass the paper to get a B. I find this unbelievable.
In History I'm on 300/600 which is a D. I haven't even got my coursework marks back yet. Plus I am resitting one exam and doing another next month. So say I get 60/90 in my coursework (I hope for higher) I will again have a C before I walk into the exam.
And as for English it's the same again. 333/600 which is a D. I have two more papers to complete with a combined total of 210. to get a B I need 87 marks and for an A 147 marks.
Is anyone else in the same boat here? I feel like the pressure has lifted slightly to get my grades I need for uni. I also feel like my hard work has paid off :-)
A in Psychology(500/600), B in Chemistry(466/600), and C in Biology (361(?)/600)
ooh in Biology I have 306/600 = D
in chemistry 311/600 = D
in geography 348/600 = D
I think I worked out that I need at least 2 D's and 1 C in my summer exams to get my uni grades, so a little pressure lifted, but I'm still a bit worried.
B in Psychology, D in Government and Politics and D in English Language/Literature.
where do you know these boundaries from?
does anyone know the what i will need out of 600 or whatever it is, to get a C in Business Studies - AQA - Or where i can find out?
At the moment I'm sitting on ACD
I've only got 4 more exams to go, did all of ICT in Jan so that's why I'm already on my A there.
At the moment I'm on ADD. I've sat 5 English modules, which would explain the A. The others are a little more complicated and scary.
My school doesn't allow January exams- I'm doing 17 modules this year! I got 4 As last year so I suppose that means I have 4 Es now?!