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I recently did a Maths chapter test, I'm with Edexcel and In year 10, and we do them every 4-6 weeks. I did my first one a few weeks ago and didn't get what I'd class as a good score, but I'm still curious about what grade it is. The paper was from grades D-A* and I got 24/67 (ouch :rolleyes: ) what grade would this be? Thank you!
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I recently did a Maths chapter test, I'm with Edexcel and In year 10, and we do them every 4-6 weeks. I did my first one a few weeks ago and didn't get what I'd class as a good score, but I'm still curious about what grade it is. The paper was from grades D-A* and I got 24/67 (ouch :rolleyes: ) what grade would this be? Thank you!
why don't you ask your teacher?
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She said she couldn't give us grades at this point (confusing I know)
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I recently did a Maths chapter test, I'm with Edexcel and In year 10, and we do them every 4-6 weeks. I did my first one a few weeks ago and didn't get what I'd class as a good score, but I'm still curious about what grade it is. The paper was from grades D-A* and I got 24/67 (ouch :rolleyes: ) what grade would this be? Thank you!
I'd have that down as a D.
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Ah thank you, was a pretty difficult test and im only 3 months into the course, better get my grade up to a B soon though
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Probably a D or E
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Probably a D or E
Yea E nice one m9


(Original post by _aimee_)
I recently did a Maths chapter test, I'm with Edexcel and In year 10, and we do them every 4-6 weeks. I did my first one a few weeks ago and didn't get what I'd class as a good score, but I'm still curious about what grade it is. The paper was from grades D-A* and I got 24/67 (ouch :rolleyes: ) what grade would this be? Thank you!
I'd pprobablysay 60/67 a*
45/67 a
37/67 b
25/67 c
20/67 d
Anything less oobviouslyU.
That's a good roundabout estimate but it depends on the difficulty of the test, Compare your results with the rest of your class if as a class you generally did badly and you're in set 1 then it probably was a hard test and those scores will probably be a 10 marks less per grade.
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Yea E nice one m9




I'd pprobablysay 60/67 a*
45/67 a
37/67 b
25/67 c
20/67 d
Anything less oobviouslyU.
That's a good roundabout estimate but it depends on the difficulty of the test, Compare your results with the rest of your class if as a class you generally did badly and you're in set 1 then it probably was a hard test and those scores will probably be a 10 marks less per grade.
Ah, thanks yeah I came 10th best in a class of 28 so I did slightly better than the average, and it was quite a difficult test
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She said she couldn't give us grades at this point (confusing I know)
In spite of what all these other poster have said - we cannot even remotely know what grade your score would give.

We do not know the grade distribution of the test - if your teacher cannot commit to a grade then anything we say will be a complete guess.


The grade is in fact irrelevant at this point - you have studied a small part of the syllabus and you need to check exactly what you got wrong - think about why you got it wrong - and do some extra work on those elements now whilst things are still relatively fresh.
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