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    donnahughes Guest

    Question A-level English Language

    Hello! Well, I got my English Language coursework back today from my teacher, who marked it over the Easter holidays. I also got given a mark scheme. The boundaries are as follows:
    0 - 10
    11 - 20
    21 - 30
    31 - 40
    41 - 50
    51 - 60
    Am I correct in believing that these represent grades? So that 51 - 60 is an A, 41 - 50 is a B, 31 - 40 is a C, 21 - 30 is a D, 11 - 20 is an E and 0 - 10 is a U?
    Please can someone help me with this! Thankyou...

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    Re: A-level English Language

    Well, that's how I would read it, too. But you should check with your teacher.

    Welcome, Donna.

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    Re: A-level English Language

    If so, then what is 61-100? Is there an A+?

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