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    (Original post by pelaitsc45)
    I'm not sure about that, I was looking at some past paper grade boundaries and the majority seem to be around 165 for an A*.

    If I get unlucky and get 158 it could very well only be an A.
    Are you sure? I know the A boundary is usually between 125-135 and thought A* was usually between 155-165


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    Why are my friends saying that the grade boundary for an A will be in the 150-60 region ? This is pissing me off. Tsr is giving hope to live and my friends are making me suicidal.


    ⚔🛡⚔~Nothing happens to anyone that he is not fitted by nature to bear - Maximus Decimus Meridius~⚔🛡⚔
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    Everyone freaking out about trial and improvement and the last question, and I'm just like I got 20 packets of crisps.
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    the video doesn't include question 1 ? Could someone tell me the marks for it please
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    r u sure? i thought for question 15 the car depreciates 23% on first year?
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    (Original post by erodedsoul)
    Are you sure? I know the A boundary is usually between 125-135 and thought A* was usually between 155-165


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    It's been above 165 a lot, though:

    155 for A* in June 2015
    167 for A* in November 2015
    164 for A* in June 2014
    166 for A* in November 2014
    165 for A* in June 2013
    169 for A* in November 2013

    A lot of people seemed to find the non-calculator fairly challenging so that might lower the boundaries, although lots felt the calc paper was quite easy too.
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    (Original post by Wimsett)
    the video doesn't include question 1 ? Could someone tell me the marks for it please
    2 for the stem bit, 1 for the probabliity
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    http://mathsgenie.co.uk/papers/gradebound.pdf

    here's what the boundaries have been before
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    This is really useful however I can't remember how many marks each question was worth and I don't have a copy of the exam paper. Could you please include the marks for each question? Thank you.
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    grade boundary predictions? I thaught it was better than last years but harder than the others
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    Hey guys I got 211/200, do you think that's gonna be enough for a B!?
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    2 for the stem bit, 1 for the probabliity
    Ta!
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    what do you think the grade boundaries would be ? i really want an A

    i made silly mistakes and the test was abit hard
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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    Will 140 be the highest it can be or is it going to be 140 ? Thanks. I just hope I get an A. I asked my friend and he said no. Why the **** can I not get a straight answer ?


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    Yh because the lowest an A* has ever been is 155 so 140 has to be the highest for an A. It ranges from 128 to 140 so hopefully its between 130 and 140 this year. I really want to get an average of 65-70 on both papers so I can get an A.
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    (Original post by Heirio)
    For question 14, how did you get 3 bars?
    My answer was something like 2.91 (rough guess of what I put) bars but because they're solid objects and the fact that you can't get 0.91 of a bar (I can't word my reasoning right at all, sorry if it makes no sense), I rounded it DOWN right to 2.
    At least I'll get the marks for working out.
    You have the right understanding but wrong numbers. It was about 3.4 I don't remember the exact number then you write 3 bars
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    (Original post by Samii123)
    Hey guys I got 211/200, do you think that's gonna be enough for a B!?
    Thats an A**, you genius, you beat the system!
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    For the question with the triangle inside of a triangle where you had to find X how did you work it out??
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    (Original post by pelaitsc45)
    It's been above 165 a lot, though:

    155 for A* in June 2015
    167 for A* in November 2015
    164 for A* in June 2014
    166 for A* in November 2014
    165 for A* in June 2013
    169 for A* in November 2013

    A lot of people seemed to find the non-calculator fairly challenging so that might lower the boundaries, although lots felt the calc paper was quite easy too.
    Average grade boundary is 166, not taking into account June 2015
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    (Original post by Elleee1234)
    its was the one where you had top work out x for the permiter for the recentangle
    x+4 X x i think x= 5 i dont acuatly know if thats right
    couldnt have been 5 if you substituted 5 for x it didnt add up to 45 it was definitely 9.25
 
 
 
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