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    Hi, i would check to see if your raw marks were scaled as that usually happens in OCR exams
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    (Original post by jackster281)
    Hi, i would check to see if your raw marks were scaled as that usually happens in OCR exams
    the grade boundaries may have changed
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    Hi, i would check to see if your raw marks were scaled as that usually happens in OCR exams
    Sorry for not adding, I was doing a past paper
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    the grade boundaries may have changed
    1. Sorry for not adding, I was doing a past paper
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    Sorry for not adding, I was doing a past paper
    It's possible that your teacher has decided to mark you against everyone else in your class. The exam mark boundaries are worked out by how well everyone taking the exam have done - a hard paper means people score lower, so fewer marks are needed for each grade. When you take the exam you won't be taking it with the candidates from a few years ago, so a more useful benchmark is to see how you compare to your peers.
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    It Wasn't done like that its a small class of 3 individuals and she organised it
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    Also iF she did use a different mark scheme how could I get C from a previous A*
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    I Got the highest of the class


    She also said you need 90% of the Raw marks right to get an A*

    On the past paper Grade boundaries you only need 60% to get an A*
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    I Got the highest of the class


    She also said you need 90% of the Raw marks right to get an A*

    On the past paper Grade boundaries you only need 60% to get an A*
    Then she might be trying to push you, so that you are pretty much guaranteed a high grade rather than just scraping the boundary.

    But nobody can say for sure except your teacher, and she might not want to have to explain her teaching methods
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Then she might be trying to push you, so that you are pretty much guaranteed a high grade rather than just scraping the boundary.

    But nobody can say for sure except your teacher, and she might not want to have to explain her teaching methods
    The only problem is this effects other students if they don't get a high enough grade they will do foundation
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    My friend got 34 Raw marks out of 75 and got an E and I got 45 out of 75 and got an C Apparently
 
 
 
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