It is 10th grade. Each letter goes with the grade, so A is first, B is second so on.
What is this mainly about
Well, your two levels away from going to f, which is EVEN HARDER. Im on level M right now and trust me, its REALLY HARD. But you also asked what level d is. Its a level (be more specific next time.)
The Reading Plus levels are A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K, and L maybe some are different.
There is no such grade as F minus. When someone gets an F on a test or their report card, they have failed the test or class, and they cannot get any lower than this failure.
level 8 A* level 7 A/A* level 6 B level 5 C level 4 D level 3 E/F level 2 G/U This varies from subject to subject. These are the grades you should get if you reach the written level at the end of KS3.
43 percent is usually an F, unless graded on a curve.
Actually the first grade you get for that term starts your grade. Say if got a B- on a paper your grade starts at a B-.
The answers can be found below. 1.a 2.c 3.a 4.d 5.d 6.b 7.c 8.a 9.d 10.c
Solo and sight reading in keys e,f and g
a good level
f+ (but at least it's a plus) :) I don't know what this question means.
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