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    I have recently done a Mathematics past paper, 4365/1H MATHEMATICS (H) (NON-CALCULATOR) November 2014 out of 70 marks. The grade boundaries only show the marks for an A grade and a C grade (a C is 21 marks and an A is 40) does that therefore mean that 21 and above is a B?
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    I would assume so but the grade boundaries then seem very odd.. Have you refreshed the page? :s
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    (Original post by ZoeN2)
    I would assume so but the grade boundaries then seem very odd.. Have you refreshed the page? :s
    Ok thank you, why do them seem odd haha? Yeah I checked 3 times.
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    (Original post by DellRyan)
    I have recently done a Mathematics past paper, 4365/1H MATHEMATICS (H) (NON-CALCULATOR) November 2014 out of 70 marks. The grade boundaries only show the marks for an A grade and a C grade (a C is 21 marks and an A is 40) does that therefore mean that 21 and above is a B?
    It should say a specific mark for each boundary, rather than only for some of them where did you get those boundaries from?
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    It should say a specific mark for each boundary, rather than only for some of them where did you get those boundaries from?
    Yeah it normally does, but for some reason, November exams don't show it. The AQA website.
 
 
 
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