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OCR GCSE Grade Boundaries

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    Hey guys,

    Firstly sorry if you thought this was about me having the grade boundaries.

    Im sorry if this has been asked a million times, im having trouble finding anything about it.

    But in order to see if I need my OCR exams remarked at all, I need grade boundaries to see how close I am to the next grade obviously.

    Have OCR released grade boundaries yet or how does their system work?

    Thanks for your help

    - Chris
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    (Original post by Cjhill1992)
    Hey guys,

    Im sorry if this has been asked a million times, im having trouble finding anything about it.

    But in order to see if I need my OCR exams remarked at all, I need grade boundaries to see how close I am to the next grade obviously.

    Have OCR released grade boundaries yet or how does their system work?

    Thanks for your help

    - Chris

    I second this,I'm not OCR's biggest fan atm :mad:
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    Yeah, I've been Googling for ages trying to find the Maths ones, as I want to know how far off an A* I was, but I can't seem to find them anywhere...
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    Perhaps it will be released once everywheres had the chance to collect their results, im not sure.
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    They won't release them until around mid September I don't think.
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    aparently the geog. c for a A* was 360/400
    and A was 320/400 hopefulll this helps if u do geog
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    the UMS boundaries remain the same every year, eg. EVERY year you will always need 320 for an A / 360 for an a* for that particular subject until they change the specification. it is the raw marks conversion that changes.
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    Im looking mainly for English reallu
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    Whats needed out of 200 for an A in English Lit?
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    152 for an A, or 174 for an A*
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    Have you got UMS boundaries for lower marks in english, B's and C's?

    Also do you have a link with the information?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by Kinesthetic)
    152 for an A, or 174 for an A*

    That can't be right because I got a B and I got 159/200 :confused:
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    Is your exam board AQA -aimz?

    Those are correct from the AQA Result boundaries published today
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    If the exam board is AQA then the boundaries published today are here:

    http://store.aqa.org.uk/over/stat_pd...UND-JUNE09.PDF
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    Everyone in my class failed OCR drama, it was the only subject i did on that board :confused:
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    (Original post by Kinesthetic)
    Is your exam board AQA -aimz?

    Those are correct from the AQA Result boundaries published today

    Nope,I'm OCR Might just remark it anyway.Can't do any harm.
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    Sorry - thought you mean AQA -aimz

    It won't do any harm, no, but if the school don't think it's appropriate you can be charged for it.
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    (Original post by xxstace123xx)
    Everyone in my class failed OCR drama, it was the only subject i did on that board :confused:

    me too !!!! :mad:

    i am goiing to have a remark !!!

    i just have no idea how anyone can fail it tbh.
    they gave this one girl a B and she didnt even do the exam :mad:

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