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# Grade Boundaries - Maths watch

1. How many marks for non-calculator and calculator paper out of 100 in order to get a C grade? For example, 68 out of 100 is still a C grade or not?
2. different ones they use at my school.
70% -A* 60% -A 50%-B 40%-C 30%-D.
80-85% A*, 65% A, 50% B, 33% C
3. I am doing Edexcel Maths A exam.
4. about 30-60 is a c
5. So if I get 37 out of 100 for non-calculator and 40 out of 100 for calculator which is equal to 77 marks, is it still equal to a C grade.
6. i was refering out of 200 but 40 out of 100 is a C
7. What about 37 out of 100?
8. (Original post by lively2)
What about 37 out of 100?
Lowest C is 33
9. What about 43 out of 100?

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