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    (Original post by 8472)
    Click this: Edexcel


    Find the grade boundaries you want. :yep:
    Much appreciated.
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    (Original post by Mr.Samba)
    Much appreciated.
    No problem. :hat2:
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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    What results,did you get
    Sorry about the really late reply, I got 2A*'s 9A's 1B and 1C

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    Guys, can someone send another link to the CIE grade boundaries? gceguide is down
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    (Original post by MogarCreeper)
    Yeah! I always do worse on the multiple choice and really well on extended writing!
    I just saw this now! and it's been what, 6 months? How did it go? I ended up doing better in extended writing too!
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    I got an A* in extended writing and an a in multiple choice, with an A overall!
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    I was wondering if anyone knows how many points you needed altogether in OCR GCSE spanish 2014 to get a grade B?
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    Hi! I'm so confused over how thresholds are done.
    For Physics last year it was 157 for an A*.

    So 79% to get an A*? or 90%? Please help me on this
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    (Original post by thatguy007)
    Hi! I'm so confused over how thresholds are done.
    For Physics last year it was 157 for an A*.

    So 79% to get an A*? or 90%? Please help me on this
    90 UMS points, so they scale the percentages to fit along with the UMS, so although 90 UMS is an A*, one year 79% could be 90, the next year 84% could be 90
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    It sucks, i really want to get A*s in physics and chemistry, but thanks to the controlled assessment which we rushed in about 3 days for each of them it is most likely going to stop me because i got a B in both of them. :/

    FYI: i do ocr 21st century if anyone cares
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    (Original post by shimble11)
    It sucks, i really want to get A*s in physics and chemistry, but thanks to the controlled assessment which we rushed in about 3 days for each of them it is most likely going to stop me because i got a B in both of them. :/

    FYI: i do ocr 21st century if anyone cares
    This is last years thread, try this years to get answers x
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    Gcse math higher what do you need for a c
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    (Original post by gemmax6x)
    This is last years thread, try this years to get answers x
    Have you got the link for this years?
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    (Original post by ibrahim.2687)
    Gcse math higher what do you need for a c
    Depends what exam board your taking
 
 
 
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