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Does anyone know the grade boundaries for GCSE MATHS HIGHER ..... How many marks do I need to get a C grade ?

Exams on the 5th november 2014

Would appreciate your help thank you .
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6 years ago
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u - >9%
d- 10%
c -30%
b - 50%
a- 70%
a*- 85%
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6 years ago
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(Original post by Yasmeen11)
Does anyone know the grade boundaries for GCSE MATHS HIGHER ..... How many marks do I need to get a C grade ?

Exams on the 5th november 2014

Would appreciate your help thank you .
The grade boundaries are different for every exam and are worked out after the papers are marked and analysed.
Those shown above are a decent estimation of roughly what they are likely to be.

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6 years ago
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Won't be able to know until much later on in the year but you can have a look at previous grade boundaries to see where the rough boundary is. The most recent grade boundary were:
A*: 164 - 200,
A: 133 - 163,
B: 95 - 132,
C: 57 - 94,
D: 28 - 56,
E: 13 - 27,
U: 0 - 12

All the grade boundaries can be found on the Edexcel website.
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6 years ago
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Im doing this exam as well and am in yr 12 really stressing out what do you think the topics in the first paper could be??
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Thread starter 6 years ago
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(Original post by rohan taneja)
Im doing this exam as well and am in yr 12 really stressing out what do you think the topics in the first paper could be??
Topics like :
- Factor and Primes
-Indices
-Ratio
-standard form
-Factorising
-Expanding brackets
-Translation,reflection,rotation,Enlargement

These topic do come up on the non cal higher tier as well as other subject that would be easy to solve without using calculator ....
Hope this helps and good luck with the exam
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6 years ago
#7
Thanks Really hoping for a B do you think the boundaries will be high or low?

(Original post by Yasmeen11)
Topics like :
- Factor and Primes
-Indices
-Ratio
-standard form
-Factorising
-Expanding brackets
-Translation,reflection,rotation,Enlargement

These topic do come up on the non cal higher tier as well as other subject that would be easy to solve without using calculator ....
Hope this helps and good luck with the exam
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Thread starter 6 years ago
#8
(Original post by rohan taneja)
Thanks Really hoping for a B do you think the boundaries will be high or low?
Grade boundaries change every year so I don't really know, better chance of passing if it is low ....

Do you know any websites that do past papers for higher tier ?
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6 years ago
#9
yeah mathsgenie.com
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6 years ago
#10
You shouldn't be aiming for a C. You should aim for an A*. If you get a C for GCSE Higher math, you will get a big shock come A levels. I got an A* for IGCSE Higher level math and I an having a bit of a struggle with Scottish Higher level math(AS Level equivalent).
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5 years ago
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(Original post by gwagon)
You shouldn't be aiming for a C. You should aim for an A*. If you get a C for GCSE Higher math, you will get a big shock come A levels. I got an A* for IGCSE Higher level math and I an having a bit of a struggle with Scottish Higher level math(AS Level equivalent).
Maths is hard and I do not think that you are in the position of telling people what they should be aiming for. A 'C' is still a pass and that is all that counts. You do not need to pick maths for A levels it is not always compulsory. Everyone knows that an IGCSE has lower grade boundaries compared to edexcel. Quite frankly, nobody cares what you achieved in maths so stop blowing your own horn!
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5 years ago
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(Original post by 11jojo11)
Maths is hard and I do not think that you are in the position of telling people what they should be aiming for. A 'C' is still a pass and that is all that counts.
Wow...you have very low expectations of yourself, don't you?
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3 years ago
#13
I wanna know what is our passing grade boundaries are edexcel igcse??
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3 years ago
#14
Grade boundaries for the recent exams will be published at the same time as results
Previous boundaries can be found on the Edexcel web site
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3 years ago
#15
What topics are going to come up on the new gcse exam ?
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3 years ago
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(Original post by Hhsilva)
What topics are going to come up on the new gcse exam ?
Everything you have learned in maths lessons will appear on the exams.
You'll find a list of topics, revision videos and practice questions on the www.mathsgenie.co.uk web site
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