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    I think this would be the 2016 grade boundaries for maths:

    A* - 158/200 (79/100)
    A - 127/200 (64/100)
    B - 99/200 (50/100)
    C - 68/200 (34/100)

    Who agrees or thinks something else?
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    (Original post by AceThug)
    I think this would be the 2016 grade boundaries for maths:

    A* - 158/200 (79/100)
    A - 127/200 (64/100)
    B - 99/200 (50/100)
    C - 68/200 (34/100)

    Who agrees or thinks something else?
    In 2013 and 2014 the grade boundaries were around 165/200 for an A*. Last year, however, it was 155/200. People seem to have found this exam quite hard so I agree...perhaps around 160/200 for an A*
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    (Original post by pinksplodge)
    In 2013 and 2014 the grade boundaries were around 165/200 for an A*. Last year, however, it was 155/200. People seem to have found this exam quite hard so I agree...perhaps around 160/200 for an A*
    Yeah that is true, I just hope the calculator is not hard and I manage to get at least 40 on it lol
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    I've taken it as:
    A*: 84
    A: 70
    B: 51
    C: 31


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    (Original post by pinksplodge)
    In 2013 and 2014 the grade boundaries were around 165/200 for an A*. Last year, however, it was 155/200. People seem to have found this exam quite hard so I agree...perhaps around 160/200 for an A*
    Really? Hmm most people I've spoken to agree that the boundaries might be quite high as there weren't too many problems :/

    I think it may somewhere between 160-165/200 for an A*
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    (Original post by 11tan)
    Really? Hmm most people I've spoken to agree that the boundaries might be quite high as there weren't too many problems :/

    I think it may somewhere between 160-165/200 for an A*
    What about an A bro?
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    I'm really worried and stressed I was supposed to have gotten at least 60+ on the first paper but when I checked out the solutions I got 40-45. Now I have to work to at least 85+ on the second paper to try for that A.
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    (Original post by Christistina_X)
    I'm really worried and stressed I was supposed to have gotten at least 60+ on the first paper but when I checked out the solutions I got 40-45. Now I have to work to at least 85+ on the second paper to try for that A.
    Hey, I'm sure you can do it! Just keep revising and working hard and the marks will keep coming to you
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    I hope the grade boundary is around 160, I looked at the unofficial mark scheme and I think i got around 62 marks, so I would need to get full marks in this paper to get an A*, sigh. But hey, I shall try.
 
 
 
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