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    I don't know whether I'm more worried about the grade boundaries being high or the fact that our teachers get our results tomorrow!


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    Edexcel usually release at midnight and I think aqa releases at 8-9 in the morning
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    All CIE grade boundaries and mark schemes for June 2014 GCSEs have been released on this website: www.gceguide.com
    Just click your subject on the left hand side.
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    what time does the ocr grade boundaries get release ? and what day
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    (Original post by mark000)
    what time does the ocr grade boundaries get release ? and what day
    Tomorrow, about 7-8 am
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    (Original post by midgemeister7)
    Tomorrow, about 7-8 am
    ok thanks did u do any ocr exams?
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    (Original post by mark000)
    ok thanks did u do any ocr exams?
    Not OCR GCSEs no, I did CIE IGCSEs, Edexcel IGCSEs + GCSEs and a couple AQA. Did OCR additional maths though. How about you?
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    (Original post by 42Helium)
    They are released from midnight tonight (so Wednesday basically)

    Sorry for my poor explanation!
    No they are not :confused: Exam boards made it clear that anything released would be from 6am minimum - the grade boundaries will not be released at mid-night
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    (Original post by midgemeister7)
    Not OCR GCSEs no, I did CIE IGCSEs, Edexcel IGCSEs + GCSEs and a couple AQA. Did OCR additional maths though. How about you?

    i did ocr biology and maths
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    Will any grade boundaries be released 12 Am today/tomorrow?
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    (Original post by KoolKid98189)

    Hooray, I'm bracing myself to get a ****ing A in my maths GCSE instead of an A*
    Same here mate :no:

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    (Original post by TheEpiphany)
    Will any grade boundaries be released 12 Am today/tomorrow?
    Edexcel A level were posted at midnight so GCSE may be

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    (Original post by KoolKid98189)

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...day-chaos.html


    Hooray, I'm bracing myself to get a ****ing A in my maths GCSE instead of an A*
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    Same here mate :no:

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    An A grade is a VERY good grade you know!
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    No one cares about GCSEs unless you are doing competitive courses, getting a C or above should be okay to do.
    Maybe if you can't achieve the grade which your sixth form or college wants for it, it might not be the subject for you..
    so guys relax.
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    No one cares about GCSEs unless you are doing competitive courses, getting a C or above should be okay to do.
    Maybe if you can't achieve the grade which your sixth form or college wants for it, it might not be the subject for you..
    so guys relax.
    The thing about competitive courses is that they're competitive because a lot of people want to do them. Given that this is TSR, and people like aiming for the best, I think it's pretty safe to say that 'relaxing' isn't as easy as it sounds. As you said, especially if you want to do the 'competitive' courses (which a lot of people want to do)
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    **** it I'm staying up until midnight lol
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    Aqa core science anyone ?
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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    Edexcel A level were posted at midnight so GCSE may be

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    Thank you very much. Good luck with your GCSE's.
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    (Original post by midgemeister7)
    Not OCR GCSEs no, I did CIE IGCSEs, Edexcel IGCSEs + GCSEs and a couple AQA. Did OCR additional maths though. How about you?
    I am doing ocr additional maths next year too... any tips ? How was it ? Apaprently it is really hard And what did you get ? .... thanks
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    (Original post by Humzaawan123)
    I am doing ocr additional maths next year too... any tips ? How was it ? Apaprently it is really hard And what did you get ? .... thanks
    My sister did it this year. She said that if you put your mind to it it's not hard but she didn't. She hated it throughout the entire year and didn't revise at all. She's expecting a U on Thursday. I'm in the year below her and we started doing it towards the end of Year 10. I wouldn't say that what we've done so far is hard. You should be able to grasp the work fairly quickly if you're at A-A* standard in GCSE Maths. Hope that helps
 
 
 
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