P.E. Moderation Results?! Watch

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Hi everyone, Firstly, I am in year 11 doing Edexcel P.E. and got my moderation results back where I got 39/50, which is apparently a C!! I am so upset, I thought I did really well and worked SO hard to get 9s and 10s out of 10... my teacher definitely marked me down, because I don't think she likes me because I am quite quiet in P.E. because I always thought everyone else was better than me.
I deserved 9s and 10s out of 10. :-(

That is 60% of my GCSE Grade! And the paper this summer is 40%.

What is the highest grade I could get...? I want to get a B or A now at least.

Also best way to revise for this paper? I need to do well.

So grateful for any replies!! Xxx
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Using 2015's grade boundaries, you would require 58/80 on the theory paper for a B, but unfortunately, it's impossible that you'll be able to get an A.
Just remember that this was calculated using 2015's grade boundaries and so there will be some deviation in 2016's G.B.s, that may result in you getting an A.

Best of luck in your theory exam!
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unfortunately 39/50 isn't a C as I got 50/50 a few weeks ago and using last years guidelines I got a C.
I need around 20 marks for a B
40 marks for an A.
And 60 Marks for an A*.
My pal got 38/50 and he got and E, so I assume you'd be around there.
Good luck for the exam though, we're all in the same boat.
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