From previous years, what percentages are the grade boundaries? I heard for higher 36% Was a C...
Maths GCSE Higher grade boundaries? Watch
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- 01-07-2014 21:32
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- 03-07-2014 03:41
speaking from experience with Edexcel
In general, over both papers (calc and non-calc) you need 50% of the total marks (100 marks) for a grade B. So if 100/200 is a B, then roughly 75/200 may be a C, 140 an A and about 160 for an A*.
If you aren't with Edexcel then sorry. And just to reiterate, this is rough but it's not too far off!
You can find grade boundaries for your exam board by going to google and typing, for example, 'Edexcel GCSE Grade boundaries'