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    Thank you very much . Wow that does seem very high. Well that's my A gone. Did you do GCSE Music as well?
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    (Original post by SklIsMentalAbuse)
    Thank you very much . Wow that does seem very high. Well that's my A gone. Did you do GCSE Music as well?
    No, just knew where the boundaries were.
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    Does anyone have the grade boundaries for the GCSE edexcel maths paper?
    http://www.edexcel.com/iwantto/Docum...01306%20v2.pdf
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    (Original post by SklIsMentalAbuse)
    What's the grade boundaries? Can't find it sorry to bother you. The exam was considerably easier than past papers tbh.
    max A* A B C D E F G U
    Raw 80 72 65 55 45 41 37 33 29 0
    UMS 120 108 96 84 72 60 48 36 24 0

    This is the 5MU03 Music - Listening and Appraising. Last year an A* was 65.
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    Does anyone know when the AQA grade boundaries come out?
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    (Original post by Jessy158)
    Does anyone know when the AQA grade boundaries come out?
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    (Original post by NiiNaa_)
    8:00am
    Thank you!
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    (Original post by NiiNaa_)
    max A* A B C D E F G U
    Raw 80 72 65 55 45 41 37 33 29 0
    UMS 120 108 96 84 72 60 48 36 24 0

    This is the 5MU03 Music - Listening and Appraising. Last year an A* was 65.
    Thank you . How did you find the exam and did you receive your coursework marks? Also what do you think you'll get overall?
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    We're all going to do well. Since all of us decided to make accounts in this forum, it shows our dedication to excel and achieve what marks we want on our respective subjects.

    This alone shows how much we care towards our future and that alone deserves an applause. Give yourself a pat on the back.

    If you didn't get the mark that you wanted, keep your chin up and take the bad with the good. It's not the end of the road for us.
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    (Original post by whisperingtears)
    Does anyone have the grade boundaries for the GCSE edexcel maths paper?


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    The linear grade boundaries are: A* 165 A 131 sorry I don't have the link:no:

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    Well, good luck for tomorrow everyone. But can we all make a pact not to look at Facebook at all, let alone post on Facebook, tomorrow? I'm sick of people posting about how they're scared that they'll get an A instead of an A* or some attention seeking **** like that. Cry me a ****ing river.

    Good luck, regardless. Any grade is a grade, and you probably haven't done as bad as you think you have. I doubt that you'd get a D in a subject that you've spent 2+ years learning and revising. And A Levels aren't exactly the only choices you can take, you won't fail at life if you fail at GCSEs. That's what I tell myself to keep sane!
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    (Original post by whisperingtears)
    Does anyone have the grade boundaries for the GCSE edexcel maths paper?


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    http://www.edexcel.com/iwantto/Docum...01306%20v2.pdf

    Everything Edexcel does except the DiDA and similar is in there.
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    (Original post by hs1var19)
    We're all going to do well. Since all of us decided to make accounts in this forum, it shows our dedication to excel and achieve what marks we want on our respective subjects.

    This alone shows how much we care towards our future and that alone deserves an applause. Give yourself a pat on the back.

    If you didn't get the mark that you wanted, keep your chin up and take the bad with the good. It's not the end of the road for us.
    You exaggerate things though because a lot of users go on here when they should be revising and if we were really committed we would be revising for our A-Levels instead of worrying about our GCSE results.

    You don't just get good results from being committed though, you hear lots of stories of people who try really hard but aren't that clever or don't have any natural talent in the subject failing.

    If this was the case everyone with good grades would care about their education and have tried hard and everyone with bad grades must have not revised much but it doesn't work like that.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    You exaggerate things though because a lot of users go on here when they should be revising and if we were really committed we would be revising for our A-Levels instead of worrying about our GCSE results.

    You don't just get good results from being committed though, you hear lots of stories of people who try really hard but aren't that clever or don't have any natural talent in the subject failing.

    If this was the case everyone with good grades would care about their education and have tried hard and everyone with bad grades must have not revised much but it doesn't work like that.
    Pessimistic a touch? He/she just meant it an ego boost (I think).
    Although I must admit, you are right.
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    I've noticed people haven't mentioned much about the actual grades they might get. I won't ask - what do you expect - in case you jinx it - but what grade(s) will you be happy with?
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    Guys, here is link for the grade boundaries of edexcel igcse may 2013:

    http://www.edexcel.com/iwantto/Docum...e%201306v3.pdf

    Best of luck to everyone and pls pray for me...
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    Ok woke up at like 5.30 and instantly thought about tomorrow and can't get back to sleep ;(


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    Hi

    Have you seen this article ?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-23759165

    I'm even more nervous for tomorrow now
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    grade boundaries out here http://www.edexcel.com/iwantto/Docum...e%201306v3.pdf
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    (Original post by Avor)
    I've noticed people haven't mentioned much about the actual grades they might get. I won't ask - what do you expect - in case you jinx it - but what grade(s) will you be happy with?
    Im soo nervous about the gcse results I will be happy with B grades and above I will be slightly upset If I receive any C's because the sixth form I want to go to is a grammar school and they want 5 A*-B's so I really need 5 B's technically
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    (Original post by SklIsMentalAbuse)
    Thank you . How did you find the exam and did you receive your coursework marks? Also what do you think you'll get overall?

    We didn't recieve our coursework marks - just an approximate grade so I know I got B in composition and A* in performance.

    Think I'll get an A in the exam and overall - I made lots of dumb errors ( thought the trumpet solo in miles davis sounded like a saxophone) but I still think i'll have got more than 65 marks.

    Good luck for tomorrow.
 
 
 
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