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C1 Grade Boundaries

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    Does anyone know the approximate grade boundaries for AS maths - C1. It doesn't matter which board, it's just that my maths teacher said that it is usually 90% for an A and about 80% for a B. Is this accurate?
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    (Original post by Les Mcqueen)
    Does anyone know the approximate grade boundaries for AS maths - C1. It doesn't matter which board, it's just that my maths teacher said that it is usually 90% for an A and about 80% for a B. Is this accurate?
    It's a complicated system. First you have raw marks which are turned into UMS and then a grade. You need about 80 UMS to get an A Grade. I think this is right.
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    See Page 75 of
    http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualCon...rt_June_05.pdf

    mapping of marks (ex 75 for the most part) to grades A-E

    You will see that you will need roughly 80% for an A, 70% for a B,...

    Aitch
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    i'm on ocr and for that it's usually around 80-85% for an A, 70-75% for a B, etc. etc.

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