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WJEC English Language Higher Tier Grade Boundaries..? 2016 Watch

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    Does anyone know or predicted what the grade boundaries is for WJEC English Language Higher Tier 2016...?
    Just done my GCSEs exam today and I'm hoping that the grade boundaries is lower than last year.. What would 25-30 out of 80 into a grade be? Hopefully a D or C and my courseworks would boost it up to a grade higher
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    Maybe 28/40 for the reading and 34/60 for the writing (for A*). Dont know, just guessing from how I felt the papers were and on past grade boundaries.

    For lower grades maybe:
    Reading:
    A - 25
    B - 21
    C - 17
    D - 13

    Writing:
    A - 28
    B - 24
    C - 21
    D - 16
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    zeldor is this legit? like are B's normally that low (45 out of 80)? thanks so much

    (Original post by zeldor711)
    Maybe 28/40 for the reading and 34/60 for the writing (for A*). Dont know, just guessing from how I felt the papers were and on past grade boundaries.

    For lower grades maybe:
    Reading:
    A - 25
    B - 21
    C - 17
    D - 13

    Writing:
    A - 28
    B - 24
    C - 21
    D - 16
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    (Original post by zacharyboi)
    zeldor is this legit? like are B's normally that low (45 out of 80)? thanks so much
    Higher tiers grade boundaries are usually low, because they're hard. If you got what you got in higher tier on foundation paper then you'd probably have 2/3 grade below.
 
 
 
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