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    I was just wandering if anyone could answer (as many of) the following questions for me about how the Edexcel Results Plus system works:

    • What exactly will we see on the Edexcel results plus results page on results day?
    • Would the unit UMS marks be added for you giving you a mark out of 600?
    • Will the overall grades be there or do we have to add up our scores?
    • What about module grades, would they be there or do we have to know the individual grade boundaries for each module?
    • Will the marks/grades we see include module marks from previous units sat say in Jan 2009/June 2008, or do we have to remember them/have a copy of them?
    • What about if you resat a module, would they only show the higher grade/mark (assuming you did worse in your resit) or would they show the most recent module mark irrespective of whether it was higher or lower than the previous module mark?


    Sorry for the many questions!
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    (Original post by Medicine Man)
    I was just wondering if anyone could answer (as many of) the following questions for me about how the Edexcel Results Plus system works:

    • What exactly will we see on the Edexcel results plus results page on results day? UMS scores and grades
    • Would the unit UMS marks be added for you giving you a mark out of 600? Yes, probably. You could always add them up yourself, anyway.
    • Will the overall grades be there or do we have to add up our scores? Overall grades.
    • What about module grades, would they be there or do we have to know the individual grade boundaries for each module? Yes, you will see module grades.
    • Will the marks/grades we see include module marks from previous units sat say in Jan 2009/June 2008, or do we have to remember them/have a copy of them? Yes, they will.
    • What about if you resat a module, would they only show the higher grade/mark (assuming you did worse in your resit) or would they show the most recent module mark irrespective of whether it was higher or lower than the previous module mark? I would assume the most recent mark would be given but maybe also the highest:confused:


    Sorry for the many questions!That's OK.
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    Thanks for the quick reply!
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    i chucked my slip away, i want all my results on the same day,
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    (Original post by fabregassed)
    i chucked my slip away, i want all my results on the same day,
    We do get them all on the same day - unless you meant at the same time.
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    (Original post by Medicine Man)
    We do get them all on the same day - unless you meant at the same time.
    yeah thats what i meant
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    To add to bodybuilder's post:

    The page will also have a nice bar to show you how far away you are from the next grade up :yep:
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    If you log in (which you can do now), there's a sample page showing the sort of thing you should expect.
 
 
 
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