How much for a C Watch
- 09-06-2016 22:13
- 09-06-2016 22:14
(Original post by GcseMaths)
- 09-06-2016 22:21
DO NOT WORRY!
On average, 60 marks are needed on the higher tier for a C grade, however, in some years it has varied. To me, I considered this examination serious to be a bit easier than last years. However, last years boundaries were high and this was abnormal and this meant there was a high amount of students who had to resit. This year, i predict it will be 62 for a C as todays paper was a really weird paper, it seemed a bit too random.
hope this helps
- 09-06-2016 22:25
To be honest for a C u basically need to get question 1-15 right cause they carry alot of marks and they're easy. If you're positive u got 30 and above on both papers then you have got a C.
- 09-06-2016 22:34
you don't even need half marks to get a C on either papers, I think a safe C would be around 65-70 though
- 09-06-2016 22:37
I got told that if you answer questions 1-10 correctly then you got a C
- 10-06-2016 13:51
Highest grade boundaryon a foundation paper was in November 2009 which was 156.
June 2009 - 149
June 2010 - 153 and November was 147
June 2011 - 131 and November was 129
June 2012 - 130, November 139 and March 153
June 2013 - 143, November 151, March 147
June 2014 - 141, November 148
June 2015 - 139, November 144