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    So im doing the foundation teir additional science and i am wondering what do i need to get overall to get my grade c?
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    Well you need to get a high mark....... But just make sure you've covered the course. I.e gone over it, made notes, quizzed yourself and so on. Unit 2 science builds on the Unit 1 and so you may find Unit 2 to be/feel harder but none the less just keep revising


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    Well you need to get a high mark....... But just make sure you've covered the course. I.e gone over it, made notes, quizzed yourself and so on. Unit 2 science builds on the Unit 1 and so you may find Unit 2 to be/feel harder but none the less just keep revising


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    thank you im gonna work
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    (Original post by IAmNotAGenius)
    Well you need to get a high mark....... But just make sure you've covered the course. I.e gone over it, made notes, quizzed yourself and so on. Unit 2 science builds on the Unit 1 and so you may find Unit 2 to be/feel harder but none the less just keep revising


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    also do you know the grade boundaries i am unable to find them
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    The grade boundaries for the exams are not set until all the exams are marked in July and August so you won't know until either just before or slightly after results day unfortunately


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    The grade boundaries for the exams are not set until all the exams are marked in July and August so you won't know until either just before or slightly after results day unfortunately


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    thanks do you know if i could find last years grade boundaries, Ive been looking and there is little hop of finding them.
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    Depending on the exam board they should be out by now. I know that for example Edexcel have just released there November GCSE Math papers, mark schemes and grade boundaries. But otherwise if you type in on google the exam board and the subject in which you are studying along with 'grade boundaries' it should take you to a page that should tell you how to get hold of them.


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    (Original post by IAmNotAGenius)
    Depending on the exam board they should be out by now. I know that for example Edexcel have just released there November GCSE Math papers, mark schemes and grade boundaries. But otherwise if you type in on google the exam board and the subject in which you are studying along with 'grade boundaries' it should take you to a page that should tell you how to get hold of them.


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    thanks its aqa
 
 
 
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