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1. 60% would probably result in a high B/low A.
Do you mean 65 as in one paper or overall?
Overall.
3. regardless, I got 76 out of 200. Not good enough, I know. I know that's a C, but obviously I could've given myself a few extra marks I shouldn't have. If C is 65 im confident I passed, as its rather difficult to miss out on 11 marks. However 70, that's only a 6 mark difference which makes me nervous..
Do you know roughly the minimum for a B is overall?
I think anything above 90 marks would be a B but I am not 100% sure. 70 marks is a C so it's a possibility for 97 to be a grade B.

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5. (Original post by Bunnell)
guys if i got about 174 altogether for the higher paper what do you think that would be?
I think that'll be either an A or A* but I'm guessing an A*. Well done.

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6. (Original post by DeanLeitch)
regardless, I got 76 out of 200. Not good enough, I know. I know that's a C, but obviously I could've given myself a few extra marks I shouldn't have. If C is 65 im confident I passed, as its rather difficult to miss out on 11 marks. However 70, that's only a 6 mark difference which makes me nervous..
70 marks will get you a C. It's still a pass, well done.

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7. (Original post by Tavi19)
If you were doing higher then to get a grade C you need to get 70 marks - that is the minimum. Anything above that is of course higher grades. 70 marks in total, combined papers. Hope that answers your question.

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The grade boundary for a C grade has never been higher than 65, so i don't know where you are getting 70 marks- minimum for a C grade from. I imagine this years grade boundary to be around the same as last years (65).
8. guys i think ive got around 140 marks over the two papers what would that be ?
9. (Original post by Tavi19)
I think that'll be either an A or A* but I'm guessing an A*. Well done.

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thanks for replying ^^ i was trying to be harsher on myself for marking just to be sure (think i lost like 13-15 marks for paper 1 instead of around 18-20) and so theyre probably not as accurate, but yay!
10. I got around 184/200 is that defiantly an A* ?
11. definately ! Well done do u know what 137 would be ?
12. What do you think it will be for a c? Overall
13. Got roughly 58-65 marks overall 😁 im not very good at maths, do u think that could be a C grade ?
14. Highest grade boundary on a foundation paper was in November 2009 which was 156.
June 2009 - 149
June 2010 - 153 and November was 147
June 2011 - 131 and November was 129
June 2012 - 130, November 139 and March 153
June 2013 - 143, November 151, March 147
June 2014 - 141, November 148
June 2015 - 139, November 144
June 2016?????Hope this helps us...
15. (Original post by Bunnell)
guys if i got about 174 altogether for the higher paper what do you think that would be?
High A-low A*
16. (Original post by Leytonstone A)
I got 135/136 altogether, would that be an A overall? 60 in 1 and 75 in 2
Roughly 140 is an A
17. (Original post by Dannyboy7980)
Got roughly 58-65 marks overall 😁 im not very good at maths, do u think that could be a C grade ?
Around 80 is a C
18. (Original post by Shinaedyoung)
What do you think it will be for a c? Overall
80
19. (Original post by AKDbbb)
guys i think ive got around 140 marks over the two papers what would that be ?
A, well done!
20. (Original post by nottinghamlondon)
A, well done!
Thanks for the reply ! Hope so 🙏🏻

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