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GCSE Edexcel Grade Boundaries 9/06/16

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    So I've recently done both my maths papers and felt pretty happy/ok with them. Checked the unofficial mark schemes the day after and they looked pretty good.
    Got 71 on the first one which was non calculator, however was quite hard and quite a few people struggled on it.
    Got 82 on the second one which was calculator, however I was very harsh on my marks on that one.
    That's a total of 153, which I think is good, however I was wondering if you guys know the grade boundaries for both, bearing in mind one was rather difficult and the other mediocre.
    If anyone can come back to me with a possible grade, that would be awesome.

    I hope the exams went well for everyone!!

    I would say C 60-70, B 95-106, A 125-140 A* 165-170
    So I would say that's a good A
    • Thread Starter

    Awesome!! Thanks man, thought the same tbh, shame about the A star but an A is always good haha. Have a nice day!
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