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    (Original post by Starlight15)
    Yeah it is Wednesday at midnight
    Oh ok thank you


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    (Original post by twhiddy)
    English Lit and History? Sameee!
    High five! I find History interesting, though I remember absolutely hating GCSE lessons because the seemed to drag on forever. Plus the useful skills you get from it, I picked it. On the other hand, I absolutely adore English Lit and am really excited
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    (Original post by Starlight15)
    thanks nwmyname for being so helpful to us we appreciate it
    No problem!
    Thanks for making this thread Starlight15
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    (Original post by Erin Cox)
    Awww thank-you! 💜

    Yeah, it really sucks when you can't complain about your results not being what you wanted since other people struggle to get the grades you're annoyed about... You end up coming across as really horrible to other people. I can totally empathise with the straight set of A*s desire.

    Aww I'm sure you won't have ****ed up, if you're capable of 7 A*s in Year 10 you'll be fine with finishing off the clean sheet a year later :3 That's really impressive--I definitely didn't have the discipline to get grades like that in Year 10, but luckily my school didn't let me take anything a year early.
    Thanks so much

    In fact I did Maths in year 8, 4 GCSEs in year 9 and then the other 3 in year 10. My school is honestly so obsessed with early GCSEs.
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    (Original post by nwmyname)
    XLittleSparrowX DamnDaniel2

    Just seen the paper.
    Tough paper.

    A* 162
    A 131
    B 105
    C 69

    That alright?
    Hmmm, too hight. C won't be 69 its never been higher than 65, just a tad bit hight. more like 65 - C and 100 - B and so on. A and A* grade may be accurate
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    (Original post by Mlb37)
    Yes! I only really got a proper physics teacher in year 11, my year 10 teacher only taught us half of p1 and the start of p2 in the whole year, we were all getting Us in our mocks!! Thankfully the year 11 teacher was so much better and I was getting As and A*s..... but now? No way will I get that..!

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    Same here, we just had 1 teacher for all sciences but our Y10 teacher gave us a textbook and told us to be responsible and learn from one of them not her. My Year 11 one just taught so well and he actually made me understand it. I was getting High As from low Cs just after one half term with him. I was hoping for an A or an A* but I've given up on that too.
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    Yo, do i have to have a password to find my igcse results??
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    (Original post by Im_trying)
    Hmmm, too hight. C won't be 69 its never been higher than 65, just a tad bit hight. more like 65 - C and 100 - B and so on. A and A* grade may be accurate
    C grade has been lower than 65 between June 2012 and June 2013 Exams, with November exams inclusive.
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    I do, ah well, my school didn't give me anything so looks like I have to wait until Thursday!

    Does anyone know the Grade Boundaries of Cambridge English Language iGCSE?
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    (Original post by strongcurrent)
    Yo, do i have to have a password to find my igcse results??
    I think so from when I tried to log in. Otherwise, try and log into your schools portal/site and see if they've published them anywhere on there (mine had, that's how I found my English Language result the other night)

    edit: and yes the grade boundaries are found here http://www.cie.org.uk/images/311094-...-march2016.pdf
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    I think so from when I tried to log in. Otherwise, try and log into your schools portal/site and see if they've published them anywhere on there (mine had, that's how I found my English Language result the other night)

    edit: and yes the grade boundaries are found here http://www.cie.org.uk/images/311094-...-march2016.pdf
    Thank you!!
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    (Original post by mass_)
    I'm in year 11 and finsihed all of my wjec exams, they were good but slightly hard, hbu?
    The I.C.T one was ice; reckon I absolutely smashed it! I predict to get at least an A. Welsh was okay, I just about managed to finish the paper in time. I find the reading questions, however, more difficult than the writing questions so I reckon I lost a few marks there. I also feel I dropped marks in the crossover writing question because despite my sound understanding of the past tense, I had no idea what to write when I looked at the pictures. I just went blank.

    History, however, would've been better if I'd actually revised. I didn't even finish the essay question, and towards the end, my handwriting was kind of scruffy because I was rushing. Not so confident about that one.

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    (Original post by nwmyname)
    C grade has been lower than 65 between June 2012 and June 2013 Exams, with November exams inclusive.
    Yeah i said its never been higher than 65 Lets of its a low c grade this year
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    (Original post by Im_trying)
    Yeah i said its never been higher than 65 Lets of its a low c grade this year
    Read it wrong haha.
    Yeah you're right.
    Apologies!
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    (Original post by Im_trying;[url="tel:67113758")
    67113758[/url]]Well, i think i got about 30-35 in the first one and about 32-36 in the second one but that was just me guessing... what about you? i think i will be very close to a C grade maybe even a few marks off. I just really hope i scrape it. don't care if I'm bang on the c boundary ill take it any day
    I think I got 52 for paper 1 and 49 for paper 2.
    Hopefully that is a B which is what I need for sixth form
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    I think so from when I tried to log in. Otherwise, try and log into your schools portal/site and see if they've published them anywhere on there (mine had, that's how I found my English Language result the other night)

    edit: and yes the grade boundaries are found here http://www.cie.org.uk/images/311094-...-march2016.pdf
    Wait I did the 0522 CIE english language exam and so does that mean I can see my grade now? I haven't been given a log in so does that mean it's going to be in my results sheet on Thursday?


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    (Original post by Thelabtatpast)
    I think I got 52 for paper 1 and 49 for paper 2.
    Hopefully that is a B which is what I need for sixth form
    Yeah thats a B easy! Good luck
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    I've got a really odd feeling. I feel calm but at the same time I am really worried. It's the oddest feeling and I can't explain it better than that

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    (Original post by XLittleSparrowX)
    I've got a really odd feeling. I feel calm but at the same time I am really worried. It's the oddest feeling and I can't explain it better than that

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    I completely understand what you mean. It's pretty scary lol


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    Hey guys, I'm heading off to the Lake District tomorrow so even though I'll have some wifi, I have no idea how active I'll be on here.
    If I'm not able to go on here somehow before RD I just wanted to wish everyone the best of luck for the day and hope you all get the results you desire, but if not, remember that it's not the end of the world and you can prove your skills in numerous other ways than your GCSEs
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