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    Post your predictions for the grade boundaries for GCSE Maths (Edexcel).
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    i think they'll be higher than last years papers. i think for an A*it might be:
    85% - A*
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    What about for an A, B and a C then?
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    A - approx 75%
    B - approx 62%
    C - approx 48%

    sorry i cant be specific
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    Considering an A last year was 45%, I doubt it would increase by 30%.
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    last year was 45% A*???? it might not increase by 30% but it was a lot easier than last years papers. it might be around 70 - 80% for an A*
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    No! An A was 45%, A* was 61%.
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    SORRY, SORRY, SORRY A will probably be around 50 - 60%
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    No need to say sorry. Just trying to make myself clear. Sorry if I came across as agressive!
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    thanks
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    A* will be 73%
    A will be 63%
    B will be 52%
    C will be 37%
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    Do these predictions include coursework? Or are they just for the 2 exams?
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    A* only 73%, i hope it is!!
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    A* will be 70%
    A will be 60%
    B will be 50%
    etc.

    (or very close to that +/- 2%)
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    Does anyone have an incline as to what the boundaries will be for AQA Maths?
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    i heard the AQA maths exams were hard
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    I thought that you're not told what the grade boundaries are, just your actual grade. But still, even though I did OCR maths, I'll guess the following
    A* 71%
    A 62%
    B 51%
    c 39%
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    (Original post by xx007)
    i heard the AQA maths exams were hard
    Whoever told you that was correct, they were very majorly hard! My hardest exam, even.
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    eek. The Edexcel one was far easier than expected by most of the higher tier candidates, I think.
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    A* was definitely not 45% last year; I got an A with 54%. I think last year it was something like 65%... so I'll guess:

    A* - 65%
    A - 48%
    B - 35%
    C - 18%
 
 
 

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