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Can you appeal against this GCSE result?

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Anyway yh today in the morning I got a mail which had my Business GCSE result in it. Bascially I had already got my GCSE Business exam result which was on 27th of August - I got 84/90 which is a A… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Anyway yh today in the morning I got a mail which had my Business GCSE result in it.

Bascially I had already got my GCSE Business exam result which was on 27th of August - I got 84/90 which is a A

Anyway you also have to do coursework as well for it but they did not have the result for C/W on the 27th due to a system failure so we were gonna recieve that by post.

So anyway got that today and the C/W result is 74 / 90.

So overall the result is a A

But if you add it up 74 and 84 it equals 158.

160 = A*

So basically if you get anything inbetween 160 - 180 it equals a A*

So do I am only 2 marks away from A* - so is it worth appealing or more so do you think they will consider giving me two more marks to get it to a A*?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
So 100% is no longer an A ? WTF :x
#2
no................
#3
no - you werent good enough for an A* or they would have given you the marks and the result! Just because you are 2 marks off doesnt make you good enough. That is like saying 'well i failed but im only 2 marks off a pass so can I please have a pass mark'. Good grief - get a grip!
#4
You might get extra marks for trying:)
#5
What board was your Business Studies, if AQA, AQA will be remarking loads
#6
........................ and if the grammar in your post has anything to do with the result I'd deduct marks and fail you anyway!!!
#7
Are you REALLY that fussed?
#8
Expired - Dont worry about this I know who to talk to. Thanks to some people for there good help.
#9
mighty mugger;6272077
Expired - Dont worry about this I know who to talk to. Thanks to some people for there good help.


THEIR help........jeez :roll:
#10
choc1969
THEIR help........jeez :roll:


LOL forgive me. Thank you anyway.
#11
As long as you get above a C at GCSE the marks really don't matter, if you decide you're going to study a higher qualification.
#12
Well done in your result as its a good one!! :)
#13
I got 479/600 for my final Biology A level , which was 1 mark off an A, when I wanted to study Biological Sciences at university. Life's a bitch sometimes :thumbsup: (still got in though).
#14
gcse mean nothing you can put a* down on anything you like aand nobody will ever check
#15
I got an F in my Buisness studdies :whistling:
#16
drumbeat J
I got an F in my Buisness studdies :whistling:


What about spelling?
#17
dcx_badass;6272216
£45 for a remark per paper, is it worth it? Also those marks might not add together, they might need converting to a UMS mark.

Exactly.

I know someone who was 1 mark off getting a C in math. Had it remarked for £45.

Ended up it'd been marked wrong...

They were actually 3 marks off getting a C...
#18
skusey
What about spelling?


Yeah, only a D and an E for english:thumbsup:
#19
casparwhite
gcse mean nothing you can put a* down on anything you like aand nobody will ever check


totally:thumbsup:
#20
[COLOR="Red"]You can appeal but it costs money.

Oh and BTW GCSE's (apart from English and Maths) don't mean anything once you start your A-Levels.[/COLOR]

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