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Physics Controlled Assessment Grade Boundaries

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    I would like to know the grade boundaries for the OCR Gateway B Physics Controlled Assessment, which is out of 48. I have attained 28 out of 48 marks, which is low for my standards since I achieve predominantly A and A* grades (I presume this mark is not an A/A*?).

    Nevertheless, if the grade boundaries have not been confirmed, then please could you display your thoughts on this matter (e.g. did you find it difficult if you did it? What do you think the grade boundaries will be?).

    Thanks
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    Anyone?
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    Well your teacher is going to use UMS i think so 90%+ is A* 80%-89.9% is A and so on
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    im doing this tomorrow .... i want to know aswell

    so this is sort of a bump!

    Ryan

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