# FINAL mark for MX1 (1 Viewer)

#### Greninja340

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Say two people get the exact same mark in externals and internals for mx1, but one of them does maths extension 2 and the other mx1. If the finals mark is an odd number out of 100 for the mx2 person (e.g. 95/100) would would the mx1 person get out of 50 (i.e is it 47 or 48/50)

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#### yanujw

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I think you meant to say 47 or 48

AFAIK it gets rounded up, so 48

#### Saint Dev

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Extension 2 and Extension 1 Mathematics are always given out of 50 from my understanding.

#### TryhardIndian

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Say two people get the exact same mark in externals and internals for mx1, but one of them does maths extension 2 and the other mx1. If the finals mark is an odd number out of 100 for the mx2 person (e.g. 95/100) would would the mx1 person get out of 50 (i.e is it 47 or 48/50)

#### Saint Dev

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Yeah
I don't think extension 2 would be out of 50. Because IIRC, if you do 4u maths, ext 2 counts for 2 units and ext 1 counts for 2 units. But if you do 3u maths, ext 1 only counts for 1 unit.
(Correct me if I am wrong)
Yeah, my bad, Extension 2 is always out of 100.

#### Trebla

Extension 2 and Extension 1 Mathematics are always given out of 50 from my understanding.
If you do 3 units of Maths you have
Mathematics Extension 1 - Y/50

If you do 4 units of Maths you have
Mathematics Extension 1 - X/100
Mathematics Extension 2 - Y/100

Basically, each unit is reported as out of 50 marks.

#### D94

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Say two people get the exact same mark in externals and internals for mx1, but one of them does maths extension 2 and the other mx1. If the finals mark is an odd number out of 100 for the mx2 person (e.g. 95/100) would would the mx1 person get out of 50 (i.e is it 47 or 48/50)
Extension units are reported as Bands in the E1 to E4 range, so scores are judged out of 50. They would then be doubled for when Extension 1 becomes a 2 unit course when doing Extension 2 as well. Your mark would also be dependent on the actual, unrounded mark. So you could still be in a situation where the 1 unit mark is 47.4 rounded to 47 but the 2 unit mark is 94.8 rounded to 95; or you could have 47.1 rounded to 47 and 94.2 rounded to 94; or you could have 47.5 rounded to 48, and 95 as a whole mark.