GCSE Results Day - 25th August 2016 - Grade Boundaries

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    170 for an A* ??!! People saying that the exams must have been easier... did you guys do any past papers from 2010-13? They were piss easy in comparison and yet the boundaries are the highest ever for 2016.

    Hannahs sweets question keeps getting referenced for last year being harder. That was a 3 mark question iirc. Just 3 marks! Take that out and it's still 12 marks difference from last year.
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    How will you know if you were a couple of marks off the next grade boundary - do they tell you or does it say on the results sheet that you get.
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    (Original post by LoukaGreen)
    How will you know if you were a couple of marks off the next grade boundary - do they tell you or does it say on the results sheet that you get.
    If you use your ums score on your results sheet and then just keep on guessing score in the raw mark to ums convertor until it matches your ums then you will know once compared with the grade boundaries

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    anyone know when CIE are publishing their grade boundaries?
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    Does anyone know the CIE IGCSE English grade boundaries?
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    Edexcel science boundaries looking good, Physics has some low boundaries, as is B3 biology (my sister is a happy bunny), everything else looking pretty average.

    Edexcel dance exam, 49/50 for an A* and 48/50 for an A... edexcel are you mad?
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    GUESS WHO'S BECOMING A STRIPPER. what the **** are they playing at.
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    edexcel handing out L's to every kid in england
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    Check on gceguide.com , all the CIE grade boundaries are there
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    WTF is wrong with edexcel did they suddenly think, oh lets **** over the last year group to do this exam Ahaha.😐
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    (Original post by leopard923)
    If you use your ums score on your results sheet and then just keep on guessing score in the raw mark to ums convertor until it matches your ums then you will know once compared with the grade boundaries

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    Yep or just put in '0' into the converter and then use the graph to match your UMS to a raw mark
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    Does anyone know how much I need to get a c in English language
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    (Original post by Nat1999r)
    Does anyone know how much I need to get a c in English language
    It will depend on the exam board - have a look at the first page of this thread.
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    Can someone please tell me how much I would of needed to get a c in English language
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    (Original post by Nat1999r)
    Can someone please tell me how much I would of needed to get a c in English language
    On which exam board? Grade boundaries can be found here.
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    Any chance there could be type error, on the results, as mine weird asf
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    Have the CIE iGCSE grade boundaries been released?

    I really need to know the History grade boundaries ASAP so I can complete my sixth form application form.
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    my daughter got a D in Sociology yet her marks for the 2 units were 105 which according to the grade boundaries is a C, a bit confused?
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    Can someone please explain the Resistant Materials Grade Boundaries to me I'm a little confused. In my coursework I got 216 = A* and in my exam I got 134 = A but on the grade boundaries it says that the max mark for the coursework is 90 and you need 84 for an A* and the max for the exam is 120 and you need 96 for an A*. I'm looking to get it remarked but don't know how far away I am. Thanks in advance <3 xx
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    (Original post by bricking it 😂)
    Any chance there could be type error, on the results, as mine weird asf
    Heya,

    What do you mean by this? Could you give an example?

    Ethan
 
 
 
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