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    Does anyone know the grade boundary for GCSE Edexcel maths paper 1 non-calc?
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    (Original post by jjj99)
    Does anyone know the grade boundary for GCSE Edexcel maths paper 1 non-calc?
    This is approximately by the way, i saw these grade boundaries on another forum:

    72 A*
    63 A
    52 B

    And 95/200 marks is an overall B grade.
    This is all i now at the moment.
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    (Original post by varshan_k)
    This is approximately by the way, i saw these grade boundaries on another forum:

    72 A*
    63 A
    52 B

    And 95/200 marks is an overall B grade.
    This is all i now at the moment.
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    (Original post by varshan_k)
    This is approximately by the way, i saw these grade boundaries on another forum:

    72 A*
    63 A
    52 B

    And 95/200 marks is an overall B grade.
    This is all i now at the moment.
    What do you think the overall A boundary will be? around 130??
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    (Original post by Brewah)
    What do you think the overall A boundary will be? around 130??
    I really really hope so, cause i think i might bet 135 overall.
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    (Original post by varshan_k)
    I really really hope so, cause i think i might bet 135 overall.
    I hope its around 130! I messed up a little and missed about 5-10 marks from stupid mistakes only got around 55-60 so im hoping the calculator goes better
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    Brace yourselves guys, there is loads of predictions of a harder second paper.
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    Brace yourselves guys, there is loads of predictions of a harder second paper.
    what are the predictions please send the link hope they really hard
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    (Original post by varshan_k)
    This is approximately by the way, i saw these grade boundaries on another forum:

    72 A*
    63 A
    52 B

    And 95/200 marks is an overall B grade.
    This is all i now at the moment.
    i think the grade boundaries will be at least 8 marks higher than this for each grade, but it depends on the difficulty of the calculator paper. if the calculator is very difficult, then these may be accurate. last year was 155 for an A* and most believed it to be harder than this year, so i'd say rather than 72 for an A* it's more likely to be in the mid-80s possibly.
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    Brace yourselves guys, there is loads of predictions of a harder second paper.
    What are the predictions?
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    (Original post by Brewah)
    What are the predictions?
    Fractional algebra with trigonometry
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    what is the grade boundary for a c predicted at?
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    (Original post by Brewah)
    I hope its around 130! I messed up a little and missed about 5-10 marks from stupid mistakes only got around 55-60 so im hoping the calculator goes better
    Yh true, I think an A might be 130/200 as most of the country struggled with the paper but we need to smash the paper 2 paper and we need to get around 75 marks minimum to at least garuntee an A.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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