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    For me to get an A in Citizenship (the exam board is OCR, btw)?
    I got a 'B' in my coursework, (25/40 was my mark) and it's worth 40% of the total mark, but I generally tend to do much better in exams (I got 50/60 in my citizenship mock) and I was wondering if that was enough to get an A?

    Also, do you know what the general grade boundaries are in this subject?
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    yes it is possible if you work hard, check for the grade boundaries on the website.
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    Well, I've done my GCSE's (awaiting results) so I guess working hard is not an option
    But I've checked for grade boundaries, and I can't find any...
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    Well, I've done my GCSE's (awaiting results) so I guess working hard is not an option
    But I've checked for grade boundaries, and I can't find any...
    They are in examiners reports that you'll find at
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...l#Reports_2006

    for example 2008:
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/Data/publicati..._June_2008.pdf
 
 
 

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