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    (Original post by Revision120)
    What are you aiming to get? The grade boundaries my be a bit lower than my predicted ones
    I was aiming for an A, but I think I may end up with a B.

    To be honest, I'll be happy with that! I HATE maths 😁
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    (Original post by Johhny Brown I)
    Official Grade Boundaries for Maths Edexcel 2016 Higher Tier


    A* = 167
    A = 138
    B = 112
    C = 88
    A b has never been higher than 100 so how would it be 112?
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    (Original post by Yasiin2000)
    A b has never been higher than 100 so how would it be 112?
    these are estimations but no, grade B wouldnt go any higher than 102


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    (Original post by Starfortune)
    Exactly thanks for explaining that to the one who said they're school found it easy ... So stupid they're comments honesty
    But thanks
    The exam was quite easy though
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    Lost about 10 marks on each paper i think so i got around 180/200, hopefully its an A*
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    (Original post by Redsamon)
    Lost about 10 marks on each paper i think so i got around 180/200, hopefully its an A*
    Come on, you know that's a A*
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    (Original post by xJARSx)
    Not as stupid as your grammar.

    Anyway, I obviously don't think that my mark is dependent just on what my school gets, I know it's the whole cohort, but if everyone I've talked to (this now includes people from other schools) said it was easy, it's a good way of finding a basic survey to represent the cohort isn't it?

    220 people in my year, 210 in one friend and 210 in another friends said the majority of their freinds found it ok, obviously not 100% perfect, but for me I'm saying a very nice test is one where you do better than expected. I just go to a normal state school, I'm expected a high A and I think I've probably got that or above on this paper which I'm really happy about.

    I'm sorry if you didn't find it the same, but I'm just going off what I've heard,

    With regards to speaking, of course I will speak and say things here just like hundreds of other people. This is a forum, that's what it's made for.
    I personally found test easy, finished in under 50mins
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    Come on, you know that's a A*
    Yeah just re-read what i put, i didnt mean it like that, i meant how if i get what i think il get an A*. Soz im better at maths than english
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    well I ran out of time, plus i accidently did one question in pencil which was the compound measurement of the 120cm bar. i got 3.39 for that then rounded it down to 3 bars
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    I think grade boundaries are going to be similar to 2014 maths grade boundaries
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    (Original post by joe421)
    it has to be more for an A doesn't it?
    the mark for an A hovers between 120-140 usually
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    136 for A grade
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    (Original post by qwerty0301)
    prob somewhere around these:

    A*- 82 per paper
    A- 65 per paper
    B- 44-47 per paper
    C- 28-30 per paper
    Thanks this makes me feel good
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    (Original post by hrithik)
    Thanks this makes me feel good
    what do u reckon u got on both papers?
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    (Original post by Redsamon)
    Lost about 10 marks on each paper i think so i got around 180/200, hopefully its an A*
    it will be and congrats if it is i'm aiming for around the same but i think i lost more on the 4H than 3H but hopefully it will even out to a comfortable A*
 
 
 
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