EmptyShellofaMan
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Hi,

I'm new around here but I have a question regarding the GCSE AQA ISA grade boundary. I checked the grade boundaries and I wonder whether "unit 4" counts as the ISA itself for biology.

I did an ISA 2 months ago and I found out that I got 30 out of 50. I'm hoping thats a borderline B, worst comes to worst, it's a C.

So what are the grade boundaries? Does unit 4 count as anything?

Oh, it's also worth mentioning that its 2013 ISA.

Thanks in advance
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Yep, I think Unit 4 is the ISA, all AQA Science Courses (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) have three written exam units and one practical ISA unit.
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Last year it was 32 marks for a grade C because when I done my 1st ISA this year my teacher told me I was 1 mark away from a C and I got 31 out of 50.

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