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Protest, Law and Order History exam, 12th June

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    For the Protest, Law and Order GCSE History exam, 12th June 1PM. How did you all find that exam? I felt that I did well on the first four questions, but I started the 16 mark 5 minutes late, so my paragraphs were very brief and not very good, they were based on own knowledge and not really the sources.

    But what I wrote above is irrelevant to my question

    What I'm trying to find out is if you found the exam difficult, the average grade boundary is 38.6 for A*, but I think that the past papers were a lot easier, not sure if I found this harder because of the pressure in the exam and timing, if the whole country failed and I'm right I feel that the grade boundaries could go as low as 35, which is ridiculous for an A*. Hopefully my failure is matched by the rest of the country and we all succeed!

    Thanks guys,

    -Jack
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