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1. I did my math igcse from the board edexcel this may( in Dubai). I did maths A(3hr&4hr). I was wondering what you all expect the grade boundaries to be for A*. I feel I lost about 17marks in 3hr and around 18 marks in 4hr. Do you think I still have a chance to get an A*?
2. (Original post by 2000rules)
I did my math igcse from the board edexcel this may( in Dubai). I did maths A(3hr&4hr). I was wondering what you all expect the grade boundaries to be for A*. I feel I lost about 17marks in 3hr and around 18 marks in 4hr. Do you think I still have a chance to get an A*?
The typical A* boundary is somewhere between 74% and 80%, averaged between the two papers. Your average mark is (83 + 82)/2 = 82.5%, so you should get an A*.
3. (Original post by HapaxOromenon3)
The typical A* boundary is somewhere between 74% and 80%, averaged between the two papers. Your average mark is (83 + 82)/2 = 82.5%, so you should get an A*.
Omg thank you so so much. I feel really relieved.

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