# % for an A in OCR S1- what do you think it will be?Watch

Poll: What do you think will be the grade boundary for an A in this paper?
85%+ (2)
10%
80%+ (8)
40%
75%+ (10)
50%
#1
I suppose it all depends on how you found the paper but looking at all the past papers for the last 4 years, this one and jan 06 have been by far the hardest. Im hoping/thinking around 75%+ is an A for this paper. What do you guys think?
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12 years ago
#2
Yeah, probably 75-80% - Normally around that.

Paper was out of 72 correct? So around 56 marks would be an A.
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12 years ago
#3
is this mei?
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12 years ago
#4
I think this for OCR A. Can you please confirm this?
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#5
(Original post by ~Bex~)
I think this for OCR A. Can you please confirm this?
I actually dont know. It was the one with the big question about mean/standard deviation/ ***.freq, and withe the D I V I D E D perm and combs question.
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12 years ago
#6
I was talking about the OCR MEI S1, but really they're all very similiar when it comes to grade boundaries.
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12 years ago
#7
so do you think that they will lower the grade boundaries
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12 years ago
#8
How can the grade boundaries be over 80% or 85% since u are gauranteed an A if u get 80% in the raw marks!!!
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#9
ok, so what raw mark do you think will get you an A?
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#10
Also, for an A overall, do you think if you got around 75% in the S1 then near 100% in C1 and C2, you could still get a good A?
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12 years ago
#11
Also, for an A overall, do you think if you got around 75% in the S1 then near 100% in C1 and C2, you could still get a good A?
If are required to get 80% UMS to get an A grade, then i think it is same to assume that if you attain 100% in two examinations, and then a reletively low A grade in your S1 examination that you would be walking out with (100+100+75/3) 91%. Which is a comfortably high A grade.
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12 years ago
#12
Yeah, probably 75-80% - Normally around that.

Paper was out of 72 correct? So around 56 marks would be an A.
You might think that you did everything correct except for one question for instance, but in reality people do not get more then 50% and still walk out with an A.
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#13
(Original post by jason01)
You might think that you did everything correct except for one question for instance, but in reality people do not get more then 50% and still walk out with an A.

so u think raw mark for an A will be much lower? I always thought you had to get around 80% (in terms of raw marks) to get an A in a paper.
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12 years ago
#14
i think to get an A grade you need to average an overall of at least 80% from the total marks.......

so 80% of 216(72 x 3) =173 marks from 3 units

so i guess you could get 100% in c1(72 marks) and c2(72 marks) and still get an A with 29 marks in s1

lol.....but what are the chances of that?
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12 years ago
#15
I think it'll be 75% + because it was a hard paper.

I know it's supposed to be 80% for an A, but don't they do something with the raw marks to make it so its scaled to 80%? I have no clue..all of these marks confuse me totally.
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12 years ago
#16
(Original post by xlouisedoll)
I think it'll be 75% + because it was a hard paper.

I know it's supposed to be 80% for an A, but don't they do something with the raw marks to make it so its scaled to 80%? I have no clue..all of these marks confuse me totally.
Yes, they do scale it but 80% in Raw Marks is always more than 80% in UMS Marks (sometimes equal to).
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#17
(Original post by bassamband)
Yes, they do scale it but 80% in Raw Marks is always more than 80% in UMS Marks (sometimes equal to).
yeh. raw marks for an A in jan and june 2005 was 54 and 56, and those papers were pisss easy, so this S1 boundary should be pretty low.
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