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It depends on the type of paper. For example, on a mock paper I did recently, to get an A* you only need about 60% because it was a higher tier paper, so you need to get less of the stuff right because it's really hard. Generally speaking, exam boundaries are usually higher than this.
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Ocr twenty first century has an A* boundary of 67% to 73% so around 38 put of 60 and 44 out of 60
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Well on one of my further maths GCSE papers in the summer you needed 14% for a C, I think it was something ridiculous like 35% for an A*… (but that exam was bloody awful!)
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