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    I was told more often than not Biology grade boundaries are scaled up. Is this true? What about the other sciences?
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    I think the physics usually go down.
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    (Original post by XxJaninexX)
    I think the physics usually go down.
    Doubt it
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    Lol, sorry i thought i was in the GCSE forum, it does for GCSE sorry.
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    (Original post by XxJaninexX)
    Lol, sorry i thought i was in the GCSE forum, it does for GCSE sorry.
    I still doubt it, I think GCSE's get scaled up even more than A-levels
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    I do double award OCR and having down millions of past papers, the physics boundaries are lowerd. (GCSE ofcouse.)
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    Prove it then, photocopy my a sample of the examiner's report with the raw grade boundaries. If you're right, which I doubt, then I will apologise for being wrong.
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    ummm. I dont have 1??????
    The only thing i could photocopy would be my physics teacher, as we would do a paper and he would give us that years boundries and then explain about them etc.
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    Well what he gives you, unless official, maybe made up, just to make you work harder
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    Na, i doubt it because he isnt like that. Very honest with us. I dunno, he could be wrong but he wouldnt make it up.
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    back to a levels please........ ?
 
 
 

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