Tallen629
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Hey, my geography teacher has always told us the geography grade boundaries for AQA are the standard 90 80 70%, however, I came across the following PDF http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/over/sta...-JUNE-2014.PDF which said the mark for an A* was 49, which is about 70 percent. Just wondering anyone who is doing AQA geography (or did), what are the grade boundaries, on average? Surely the official AQA site can't be wrong? Thanks in advance
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They are usually around those percentages but they may be raised or lowered to allow the full range of marks to be given. Hope that helps
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For physical, the one which we have already done, it usually fluctuates between marks in the low 50's for an A*. For human geography, the marks required are usually a bit higher with low 60's being the mark you need for an A*.
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From the grade boundaries I have looked at at previous years. The A* grade boundary has been between 48-53. That is between 57% and 63%... Not bad.
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