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    a higher mark/higher marks

    If I score 70% in maths and my classmate 80%, do I say

    1. He scored a higher mark in maths than I did. OR
    2. He scored higher marks in maths than I did.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: a higher mark/higher marks

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    If I score 70% in maths and my classmate 80%, do I say

    1. He scored a higher mark in maths than I did. OR
    2. He scored higher marks in maths than I did.

    Thanks in advance.
    Both are used.

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