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GCSE Edexcel Maths Grade Boundaries for Foundation Tier 2007 Watch

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    Can anybody please tell me the grade boundaries for the Edexcel foundation tier in 2007 under the old 3 tier system? I have managed to track down the grade boundaries for intermediate and higher tier papers that year but can't find the foundation grade boundaries anywhere. I'm tutoring a boy from year 9 and he has just got 74/100 and 77/100 when his school gave him the 2007 foundation paper in an exam. His parents have asked me what this equates to as a grade.
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    Heya, I'm going to put this in the Maths forum for you as you should get more responses there.

    You should also check out the forum to see if there's any other threads there which might be helpful to you!

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=38
    (Original post by annemoore22)
    Can anybody please tell me the grade boundaries for the Edexcel foundation tier in 2007 under the old 3 tier system? I have managed to track down the grade boundaries for intermediate and higher tier papers that year but can't find the foundation grade boundaries anywhere. I'm tutoring a boy from year 9 and he has just got 74/100 and 77/100 when his school gave him the 2007 foundation paper in an exam. His parents have asked me what this equates to as a grade.
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    (Original post by annemoore22)
    Can anybody please tell me the grade boundaries for the Edexcel foundation tier in 2007 under the old 3 tier system? I have managed to track down the grade boundaries for intermediate and higher tier papers that year but can't find the foundation grade boundaries anywhere. I'm tutoring a boy from year 9 and he has just got 74/100 and 77/100 when his school gave him the 2007 foundation paper in an exam. His parents have asked me what this equates to as a grade.
    here they are

    Grade Boundaries, June 2007.pdf
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    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
    Heya, I'm going to put this in the Maths forum for you as you should get more responses there.

    You should also check out the forum to see if there's any other threads there which might be helpful to you!

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=38
    Thanks so much Puddles, I have now had a reply!
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    Thanks for the speedy reply TeeEm! The boy I'm tutoring apparently got the highest result in his bottom maths set and the teacher at school used a stem and leaf diagram to show them all their results. His mum is thrilled as to get a D(the highest grade on this paper) it needed 62+62=124 and he got 74+77=151. She's now interested to know if they'll be moving him up if others in the middle set haven't fared as well!
    Thanks again.
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    (Original post by annemoore22)
    Thanks so much Puddles, I have now had a reply!
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    Posting stuff in the subject forum really helps get replies :yy: You can find all the Study Help forums here. :woo:
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    (Original post by annemoore22)
    Thanks for the speedy reply TeeEm! The boy I'm tutoring apparently got the highest result in his bottom maths set and the teacher at school used a stem and leaf diagram to show them all their results. His mum is thrilled as to get a D(the highest grade on this paper) it needed 62+62=124 and he got 74+77=151. She's now interested to know if they'll be moving him up if others in the middle set haven't fared as well!
    Thanks again.
    No worries
    I am glad it was helpful
 
 
 
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