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    I got my report today and these are the level that I got for the main subjects:
    Maths: 8c
    Science = B (GCSE) Grade
    English = 6c

    can you predict my gcse grades and am i above average?
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    (Original post by BULL14)
    I got my report today and these are the level that I got for the main subjects:
    Maths: 8c
    Science = B (GCSE) Grade
    English = 6c

    can you predict my gcse grades and am i above average?
    How do the levels work?
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    8c = B
    6b = C/D

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    They are national curriculum levels
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    (Original post by BULL14)
    I got my report today and these are the level that I got for the main subjects:
    Maths: 8c
    Science = B (GCSE) Grade
    English = 6c

    can you predict my gcse grades and am i above average?
    When you start year 10 the grades are predicted from when you did SATs in year 6 (at least in my school they are). If you got a level 5 in sats your prediction would be A , level 4 would be B and level 3 a C. Your proper predictions you will get at the start of yr11 after continuous progress tests in year 10.

    Hope this helps! PM me if you have any more questions


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    (Original post by BULL14)
    I got my report today and these are the level that I got for the main subjects:
    Maths: 8c
    Science = B (GCSE) Grade
    English = 6c

    can you predict my gcse grades and am i above average?
    That's sick. Well done dude.
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    Is the English level alright? I'm particularly concerned about it ... What grade would I be predicted
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    Help would be appreciated
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    (Original post by BULL14)
    I got my report today and these are the level that I got for the main subjects:
    Maths: 8c
    Science = B (GCSE) Grade
    English = 6c

    can you predict my gcse grades and am i above average?
    Hi I'm in Year 9 too

    Usually a level 8 is seen as a predicted A*. There
    7=A
    6=B
    5=C
    etc.

    These do not guarantee that you will get those grades, you still have to work hard. By Year 9 you should be a level 6 in all your subjects.

    Hope this helped
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    got my report back:

    maths - EP
    physics - EP
    chemistry - EP
    biology - EP
    english - 8
    geography - EP
    history - EP
    latin - EP
    religious studies - EP
    compsci - 7
    PE - 6
    german - EP
    french - 7
    music - EP
    art - EP
    drama - 6

    EP = 8a+

    pretty chuffed
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    (Original post by dinglebells)
    got my report back:

    maths - EP
    physics - EP
    chemistry - EP
    biology - EP
    english - 8
    geography - EP
    history - EP
    latin - EP
    religious studies - EP
    compsci - 7
    PE - 6
    german - EP
    french - 7
    music - EP
    art - EP
    drama - 6

    EP = 8a+

    pretty chuffed
    Well done! I'm sure you'll do excellent in your GCSE examinations - but what does EP mean? You are yet to sit it/receive a grade?
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    (Original post by BULL14)
    I got my report today and these are the level that I got for the main subjects:
    Maths: 8c
    Science = B (GCSE) Grade
    English = 6c

    can you predict my gcse grades and am i above average?
    (Original post by BULL14)
    They are national curriculum levels
    Never heard of them, ahah - sorry :laugh:

    (Original post by Canttellyou)
    When you start year 10 the grades are predicted from when you did SATs in year 6 (at least in my school they are). If you got a level 5 in sats your prediction would be A , level 4 would be B and level 3 a C. Your proper predictions you will get at the start of yr11 after continuous progress tests in year 10.
    My school was so much more complex than that, how strange
    But yeah, OP, you'll be told grades soon enough

    From what I've seen, you'll be fine! Keep it up, stay focused
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    I think I got levels 5s in everything (maybe low 6s cant really remember) and got an A in Maths (in Year 10), A* in Science, A in English Lit and B in English Lang.
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    Dude don't worry about these level things, I got like a level 6 in English and I was one of the best in my class for GCSE in top set (got B's/A's - yes my school sucks at English it seems as hardly anyone got A*'s). You will do fine in GCSEs don't worry. You have 2 years to study for it, I know you want a predicted grade, but only you know your capabilities and a lot can change from now til you take your exams. But from what you got you seem above average yes, apart from possibly English which is average I'd say.
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    (Original post by dinglebells)
    got my report back:

    maths - EP
    physics - EP
    chemistry - EP
    biology - EP
    english - 8
    geography - EP
    history - EP
    latin - EP
    religious studies - EP
    compsci - 7
    PE - 6
    german - EP
    french - 7
    music - EP
    art - EP
    drama - 6

    EP = 8a+

    pretty chuffed
    You do realise that levels like this aren't regulated properly so an 8a in your school may not be the same as in another school. Just saying

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    (Original post by Mubariz)
    You do realise that levels like this aren't regulated properly so an 8a in your school may not be the same as in another school. Just saying

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    i guess, but i go to one of the best schools in the country anyway
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    (Original post by dinglebells)
    i guess, but i go to one of the best schools in the country anyway
    Are you joking about these results or something? If not, you're coming across as extremely arrogant, these levels are outstanding, but I don't think many people care that much

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    Its not joke. IDC about them anyway just happy at the time.
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    (Original post by Canttellyou)
    When you start year 10 the grades are predicted from when you did SATs in year 6 (at least in my school they are). If you got a level 5 in sats your prediction would be A , level 4 would be B and level 3 a C. Your proper predictions you will get at the start of yr11 after continuous progress tests in year 10.

    Hope this helps! PM me if you have any more questions


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    I thought year 6 SATS to GCSEs was 5a-5b: A*-A, 5c: B-C, 4: D-E, 3: F-U.
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    (Original post by dinglebells)
    Its not joke. IDC about them anyway just happy at the time.
    What grades are you getting now you're in year 10?

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