GCSE Maths Edexcel November 2013 Linear 1MA0

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Hello guys,
When do you think the grade boundary will be released for the exam?
What did you guys think of the exam? What are the possible grade boundaries that you think they'll set?

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Hello guys,
When do you think the grade boundary will be released for the exam?
What did you guys think of the exam? What are the possible grade boundaries that you think they'll set?

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In January 9th since thats when results are realeased but will possibly be released 2 days before.
Sorry didn't do exam I just remember exam realease dates for some odd reason :P
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I thought the non calculator was hard but the calculator was ok :L
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Results day is the 9th
I saw another thread which said 3 days from today they will be released - haven't seen it anyway online though.
I expect extremely high grade boundaries due to all the schools I've heard of only putting top-set in:/
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I really hope they're not because last year I got 2 marks off an A however this year I think Ive got around 65-75 on each paper
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I'd say for an A* it'll be about 170/200 It may look like a lot of those entered were top-set but there are also a considerable amount of schools which entered all pupils. Also, they need to set grade boundaries fairly and hopefully they'll take into account that most students in this sitting were ones who wished to retake to get A*s, so they might want to increase our chances by keeping reasonable grade boundaries (fingers crossed). I highly doubt that they will be too high, the previous A* boundary was 165/200 and the one in March was 164/200 and the one in November 2012 was 157/200 etc. The highest they've ever been in the past 6 or 7 years was 176/200 and that was when the exams were realllyyyy easy. So yeah, I wouldn't worry too much
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I'd say for an A* it'll be about 170/200 It may look like a lot of those entered were top-set but there are also a considerable amount of schools which entered all pupils. Also, they need to set grade boundaries fairly and hopefully they'll take into account that most students in this sitting were ones who wished to retake to get A*s, so they might want to increase our chances by keeping reasonable grade boundaries (fingers crossed). I highly doubt that they will be too high, the previous A* boundary was 165/200 and the one in March was 164/200 and the one in November 2012 was 157/200 etc. The highest they've ever been in the past 6 or 7 years was 176/200 and that was when the exams were realllyyyy easy. So yeah, I wouldn't worry too much

OO I just thought! Those who would get lower than a C/D would be entered in Foundation tier anyway - so it might not make too much of a difference on the Higher paper grade boundaries
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hopefully foundation tier c will be low x
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what website will they be on?
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The edexcel web site.....

http://www.edexcel.com/iwantto/Pages...oundaries.aspx


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thanks
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they are not out yet
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They are now......

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I still cant find them!?
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Maybe refresh the page after you click on the link! You may be looking at a cached copy of the page.


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(Original post by fruity45)
hopefully foundation tier c will be low x
Grade boundary for foundation tier C grade is 151 😒 it's gone up again! Was 143 for June 2013. So it's thanks to all those schools that entered students early that the grade boundary has gone up again without a thought for those students who were having to resit to eventually get the illusive C! Keeping everything crossed for Thursday.


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the mark to get an A has gone up by 8 marks
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does anyone have a link to the november 2013 maths A linear (paper 1 or 2) edexcel GCSE higher tier paper? thank you
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