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    How did everyone do?
    I found it a good paper however carelessly dropped marks on bonding by not reading. Predicting 77-82/90 for myself. Hoping that is a*
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    It was so easy, all of my friends said they only lost around two marks maximum, and im pretty sure i got the whole thing right! eveything i revised came up! grade boundaries are gonna be so high apparently 82 is an a*
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    Tbh i've done all the past papers which were way easier than the exam and they had grade boundaries of 70/90 for an A* and 64/90 for an A* .
    Although everyone found it relatively easy I doubt they'll make grade boundaries as high as 82/90. There is always people taking the exams that find them difficult
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    This paper was good, did everyone see the question on the back page?
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    (Original post by Brooke.taylor)
    Tbh i've done all the past papers which were way easier than the exam and they had grade boundaries of 70/90 for an A* and 64/90 for an A* .
    Although everyone found it relatively easy I doubt they'll make grade boundaries as high as 82/90. There is always people taking the exams that find them difficult
    Sorry late reply, completely agree no IGCSE AQA has ever been above 71 for a*, why on earth would it be 82- Im predicting 73 a*
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    What topics will come up in paper 2?
 
 
 
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