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    (Original post by tnk191)
    I think about 82 for a*...
    on each paper??
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    (Original post by tnk191)
    I think about 82 for a*...
    is that 82 in both papers??
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    (Original post by lau99)
    is that 82 in both papers??
    Yes, it 82 combined with both papers would be a C


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    (Original post by Im_trying)
    Yes, it 82 combined with both papers would be a C


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    wat bout for an A ?
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    (Original post by Waveyalex)
    wat bout for an A ?
    For an A its about 66 on each paper so about 132 with both papers
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    (Original post by Im_trying)
    For an A its about 66 on each paper so about 132 with both papers
    wat a levels or equvilent u looking to do ?
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    (Original post by Waveyalex)
    wat a levels or equvilent u looking to do ?
    Hey, if i get the GCSE results i want i will go onto study A-Level Business, BTEC Travel and Tourism, A-Level photography and BTEC IT. How about you?
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    (Original post by Im_trying)
    Hey, if i get the GCSE results i want i will go onto study A-Level Business, BTEC Travel and Tourism, A-Level photography and BTEC IT. How about you?
    sounds kl im doing A level maths,computer science and government and politics
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    (Original post by Waveyalex)
    sounds kl im doing A level maths,computer science and government and politics
    Oh wow! Best of luck to you! Some hard subjects there but I'm sure you will do just fine.
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    (Original post by Im_trying)
    Oh wow! Best of luck to you! Some hard subjects there but I'm sure you will do just fine.
    ik lool same to u
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    Harsh marking: 122/200Medium marking: 125/200Lenient marking: 132/200Would this be an A? Or am i pushing it?
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    I'm really worried about results day, especially for my maths grades. I don't think i did too well, it's not my best subject. I was wondering if you guys could help me out? I'd really appreciate it, all I need is an opinion... If I got 27 on the first paper and then around 37 on the second, do you think i would be able to get a grade C at the very least?

    Thanks for the help...
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    (Original post by LeoDarwin)
    I'm really worried about results day, especially for my maths grades. I don't think i did too well, it's not my best subject. I was wondering if you guys could help me out? I'd really appreciate it, all I need is an opinion... If I got 27 on the first paper and then around 37 on the second, do you think i would be able to get a grade C at the very least?

    Thanks for the help...
    I'm afraid that would be a D. Last year the grade boundary for a C was 65 and this year the grade boundary will definitely increase.
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    (Original post by miraclemuokebe)
    I'm afraid that would be a D. Last year the grade boundary for a C was 65 and this year the grade boundary will definitely increase.
    yeah, i mean i was kind of expecting a rubbish grade. however, alot of students from my school complained that the exam was really quite difficult. we were all expecting the boundary to drop..... you dont think so?
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    (Original post by LeoDarwin)
    yeah, i mean i was kind of expecting a rubbish grade. however, alot of students from my school complained that the exam was really quite difficult. we were all expecting the boundary to drop..... you dont think so?
    I think the grade boundaries will still be low but I'm not too sure about the grade boundary for a C being any lower than 65 because last the year the exam was much harder than this years exam. So I think the grade boundary for a C will be between 70-75. But the grade boundaries might be released at midnight so we'll see then.
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    (Original post by miraclemuokebe)
    I think the grade boundaries will still be low but I'm not too sure about the grade boundary for a C being any lower than 65 because last the year the exam was much harder than this years exam. So I think the grade boundary for a C will be between 70-75. But the grade boundaries might be released at midnight so we'll see then.
    ok thanks for the help.
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    (Original post by miraclemuokebe)
    I think the grade boundaries will still be low but I'm not too sure about the grade boundary for a C being any lower than 65 because last the year the exam was much harder than this years exam. So I think the grade boundary for a C will be between 70-75. But the grade boundaries might be released at midnight so we'll see then.
    by the way, do you know where i could find the results once they have been released?
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    (Original post by LeoDarwin)
    by the way, do you know where i could find the results once they have been released?
    You can find them on the edexcel website or you could find the link on one of the threads on here.
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    can't be higher than 165 for A* right?
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    (Original post by GCSEStudent903)
    Harsh marking: 122/200Medium marking: 125/200Lenient marking: 132/200Would this be an A? Or am i pushing it?
    I'd say you're at a B and hopefully if the GBs are with you you have just about scraped an A. I'll pray for you aha hopefully you got it!


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