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# GRADE BOUNDRIES Edexcel Maths Calculator paper 09/06/2016

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1. I'm guessing that the grade boundaries would be something like this;

160/200 - A*
140/200 - A
110/200 - B
75/200 - C
2. (Original post by Mahee2499)
I'm guessing that the grade boundaries would be something like this;

160/200 - A*
140/200 - A
110/200 - B
75/200 - C
Are u sure??
3. They seem pretty high.... 140 :/
4. (Original post by anojan)
Are u sure??
Probably because the calculator paper wasn't that hard, which would obviously push up everyone's overall score.
5. Seems like I'm stuck with a B :'(

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6. (Original post by CopyThat)
They seem pretty high.... 140 :/
I was having a guess at what they might look like, this is not 100% correct. But I would use this as a maximum grade boundary, not a minimum.
7. You are suggesting that the grades will be 15 marks more for an A and B than last year?! I highly doubt it...
8. (Original post by TheNerdxP)
Seems like I'm stuck with a B :'(

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I would maybe use this as a minimum;

160/200 - A*
130/200 - A
100/200 - B
70/200 - C
9. (Original post by Mahee2499)
I'm guessing that the grade boundaries would be something like this;

160/200 - A*
140/200 - A
110/200 - B
75/200 - C
I think this is too high, for an A anyway. I honestly didn't find the exams easy, I've done past papers that are so much easier the ones this year. But I'm thinking an A will probs be 130-135, it's never gone over 139 for our spec so...
10. (Original post by Marshall Taylor)
You are suggesting that the grades will be 15 marks more for an A and B than last year?! I highly doubt it...
Well... Seeing as the paper wasn't too difficult, I wouldn't be surprised if these were the grade boundaries.
11. Grade boundaries don't go that high.
Previous years it's been either 3-5 marks up or down
12. (Original post by romansholiday)
I think this is too high, for an A anyway. I honestly didn't find the exams easy, I've done past papers that are so much easier the ones this year. But I'm thinking an A will probs be 130-135, it's never gone over 139 for our spec so...
I can't speak for the whole population, however if everyone in the UK found it hard, then of course these grade boundaries will go down.
13. (Original post by Mahee2499)
Well... Seeing as the paper wasn't too difficult, I wouldn't be surprised if these were the grade boundaries.
too difficult? like 60% OF THE YEAR FOUND IT HARDISH
14. (Original post by TheNerdxP)
Seems like I'm stuck with a B :'(

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Same urggggghhhhh nooo I hope they arent that high!
15. This guy is a troll :/
16. Last year the grade boundaries were low in maths so I think they will be similar to 2014 which was:
164 for an a*
133 for an a
95 for a b
57 for a c

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17. (Original post by 13harbri)
Last year the grade boundaries were low in maths so I think they will be similar to 2014 which was:
164 for an a*
133 for an a
95 for a b
57 for a c

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If it is similar to that, then I've missed out on the A* by about 11 marks or so...
18. I feel like I'm going to be that person who is one mark away from an A. I really want an A.
19. (Original post by Mahee2499)

150/200 - A*
130/200 - A
100/200 - B
70/200 - C
That's way too low for an A*

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20. (Original post by 13harbri)
That's way too low for an A*

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Woops, I was meant to write 160/200, never mind.

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