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What do you Expect Edexcel English and Maths Grade Boundaries to be This Year watch

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    I still doing my exams and im already getting nervous about what grades i will be getting so i was just wonderin what fellow student feel it will be so i can make an asumption of some type. For edexcel yeh THANKS
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    Erm, how would you tell? (We've only done one maths exam anyway)
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    ok i think a good estimate for A* wud b about 80% for hte non calculator paper - dunno bout the claculator yet
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    A* would be 90%. Happy now?Why and how the hell are we supposed to know the grade boundaries if we havent even done exams?
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    The Head of Maths at my school (who is an examiner for Edexcel) said he thinks the boundaries for the first (non-calc) paper will be as follows -

    80+ = A*
    65+ = A

    I'm not sure about B or below though.
 
 
 
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