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# Predicted Edexcel Maths Grade Boundaries 2016 watch

1. im so stressed out ,would 147 be an A?
2. (Original post by anonymouss2)
im so stressed out ,would 147 be an A?
Yes!, of course!
Well done!

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3. (Original post by Wazm_)
Yeah I think

A* - 165
A - 140
B - 112
C - 73
D - 43

Good luck
why is the grade boundary for an A so high?
4. (Original post by miraclemuokebe)
why is the grade boundary for an A so high?
Because it was a very easy paper. My prediction was based off of the qualitative data I have received.
5. Just because you found the paper easy does not necessarily mean that every one else found it easy. I found the second paper easy but I found some of the first paper difficult.
6. (Original post by Wazm_)
My prediction was based off of the qualitative data I have received.

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7. I got 30 on the first paper and 40 on the second paper according to the unofficial mark scheme would that mean i scrape a C ?. Im really bad at maths. Dont hate. Please answer.
8. (Original post by Asim123786)
I got 30 on the first paper and 40 on the second paper according to the unofficial mark scheme would that mean i scrape a C ?. Im really bad at maths. Dont hate. Please answer.
Probably, considering that the papers were apparently "easy", I would expect the grade boundaries to be a little higher than previous years. (When I mean a little, I mean like 2 or 3 marks)

But don't stress now, you'll have done great!

Good Luck!

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9. (Original post by Asim123786)
I got 30 on the first paper and 40 on the second paper according to the unofficial mark scheme would that mean i scrape a C ?. Im really bad at maths. Dont hate. Please answer.
http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/papers/gradebound.pdf last year was 65 and looking at the trend shown here you should be fine as anyway over 70 is closer to where the B grade boundary is.
10. I thimk i got around 168, would this be an a*???

I hate how there seems to be such a big jump in marks from an A to A*
11. Does anyone mind linking me the unofficial mark scheme? I can't seem to find it

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12. i got around the same,
yes that may be just an a star
well done
13. (Original post by Michelle15)
I thimk i got around 168, would this be an a*???

I hate how there seems to be such a big jump in marks from an A to A*
yes should scrape an a star
14. (Original post by Eden00)
Does anyone mind linking me the unofficial mark scheme? I can't seem to find it

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heres the official one http://paper-cut.weebly.com/gcse-ms.html
15. Thats 120 marks, Thats 100% a B no doubt
16. (Original post by Wazm_)
Yeah I think

A* - 165
A - 140
B - 112
C - 73
D - 43

Good luck
Those boundaries are miles too high especially for an A considering 2015 was 125,2014 was 133 and 2013 was 131
17. I totally flopped the second maths paper but I got at least 68 marks in the first paper and then at least 45 in the second will I still get a B??
18. (Original post by Sophie mac)
I totally flopped the second maths paper but I got at least 68 marks in the first paper and then at least 45 in the second will I still get a B??
thats 113...maybe...
19. (Original post by Sophie mac)
I totally flopped the second maths paper but I got at least 68 marks in the first paper and then at least 45 in the second will I still get a B??
100% a grade B with 113 no doubt
20. I'll be back with answers (and will edit this post)

Dreading Thursday though

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