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    A* max 165 hopefully. Min 160.
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    (Original post by MovedMasterMike)
    Right i see. But on the worked solutions youtube video, the comments say that apparently they accept both 3.7 and 3.8?
    Based on assumptions, logically it should be 3.7/3.8, but we shall see when we get hold of the mark scheme
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    (Original post by sulaimanali)
    A* max 165 hopefully. Min 160.
    What about a B/A?
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    (Original post by Lalarw)
    What about a B/A?
    Let's say 165 is A*. Then, I would say...

    A: 135
    B: 105
    C: 80
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    A friend of mine told me a B could be 115?Is that true?I've never seen it rise up like that,not even 2009(easiest Maths paper)..Man...Could anyone offer any reassurance
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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    A friend of mine told me a B could be 115?Is that true?I've never seen it rise up like that,not even 2009(easiest Maths paper)..Man...Could anyone offer any reassurance
    Maybe..but I doubt it. I think it would go to 110 max.
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    (Original post by sulaimanali)
    Maybe..but I doubt it. I think it would go to 110 max.
    WTH.Thing is ,it didn't even reach 110 in the earlier boundaries either,and some of them were much easier(2012/13..2009)
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    Would I get an A* with 168?
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    True
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    What do u think the grade boundaries will be for aqa b2 GCSE exam?
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    (Original post by Prussia)
    Would I get an A* with 168?
    defo. I don't see it increasing more than 165?
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    Can 88 get me a C grade?

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    Hi, I am currently in yr 10 and we are having a new style of gcse. I am going to be doing the 2017 maths gcse so its 3 papers one non calculator and the other two are calculator.
    I just wanted to know how to prepare for it since there are no past papers that will help with revision and do tutors help with revision, since mine has a level questions in it?
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    [QUOTE=sulaimanali;65682131]A* max 165 hopefully. Min 160.

    In the exam i got about 162 - 164 will that be enough for an A*
    i am so stressed out about it as i made some stupid mistakes and it may cost me the as by like 1-2 marks
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    Would 88 get a C grade? I feel really dumb cuz everyone's talking about A*'s
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    (Original post by Jawsomesauce35)
    Would 88 get a C grade? I feel really dumb cuz everyone's talking about A*'s
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    Of course. It's unlikely that C will go above 60s so that is actually a strong C
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    (Original post by Jawsomesauce35)
    Would 88 get a C grade? I feel really dumb cuz everyone's talking about A*'s
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    88 is nearer to a B than a C ,well done!(heres me hoping a B does not eclipse 98)

    Usually 65/66 for a C,i doubt it'll get higher than 68
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    what grade would 132 be?
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    (Original post by esmeralda123)
    what grade would 132 be?
    high B or low A
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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    88 is nearer to a B than a C ,well done!(heres me hoping a B does not eclipse 98)

    Usually 65/66 for a C,i doubt it'll get higher than 68
    Thanks I just really don't want to do Maths again next year so I'm hoping to pass but did you like the non-calc paper?

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