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• View Poll Results: What grade do you think your gonna get
A*160+
17
58.62%
A 130+
9
31.03%
B 110+
2
6.90%
C 90+
1
3.45%
D 60+
0
0%

1. So i am looking to take the results of a poll and see if we can extrapolate some reasonable grade boundary's from it.
so we take the grades you guys predict and we see if they are closer to the top or to the c grade, that way we can determine if it was hard or easy and see whether the boundaries may increase or decrease.

2. Erm why?

Just do your best and if you have worked smart and hard you'll get the grade you deserve. Seems a bit of a pointless exercise.
3. TSR will have a minute sample size compared to the national average, considering most "more abled" students use TSR. But good idea, at least it'll comfort me until August!
4. (Original post by hezzlington)
Erm why?

Just do your best and if you have worked smart and hard you'll get the grade you deserve. Seems a bit of a pointless exercise.
But this way i can see what im gonna get, to be honest its not pointless. Although if noone votes it will be.
5. I'm aiming for an A*.
6. usually high 70s/ low 80s (regarding percentage) are the boundary for an A*

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7. What Exam board is this poll applying to?
8. (Original post by Bulletzone)
What Exam board is this poll applying to?
Good point i was applying it to edexcel

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