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Edexcel Maths GCSE spec A

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    • Thread Starter

    How many marks do I need to get out of 200 to get an A?

    Last year it was 125 for an A but this varies.

    It's usually around 125 - 135. I'm struggling to get an A. I'm kinda borderline, so I really need to practice (and pray).
    • Thread Starter

    You should use hegartymaths if you are not already using it. The guy is really helpful and he explains it in a really nice and simple way. His new website costs but his old website is free, it's basically the same website but the new one is for teachers. This is his old website:


    Get 140 to secure an A
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