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1. How to add up Edexcel GCSE maths mark
I'd like to know how the marks are added up on the linear paper? It's because I got 54/200 on the June 2011 paper and on the mark scheme it said 42 was a C, but I still think it seems to easy for a 54 to be a C grade just like that.

I thought that they divide by 200 and times by 100 or something like that?
2. How to add up Edexcel GCSE maths mark
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3. Re: How to add up Edexcel GCSE maths mark
(Original post by weirdnessandcoffee)
I'd like to know how the marks are added up on the linear paper? It's because I got 54/200 on the June 2011 paper and on the mark scheme it said 42 was a C, but I still think it seems to easy for a 54 to be a C grade just like that.

I thought that they divide by 200 and times by 100 or something like that?
I think you read it wrong. The C grade boundary for the Edexcel Linear June 2011 paper was 47 out of 200.

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