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    Overall I want a B on my first maths paper I counted up to 49-55 and on my second one 49-57, what would the grade boundaries be (mainly for B)??
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    You should work by the guideline that 80% is an A, 70% is a B, 60% is a C and so on... But depending on the difficulty of your test the percentage boundaries will fluctuate.

    Edit: This is for A Level maths. My bad.

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    No more than 102
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    I'd say high C/ low B. What do you think 166 will get?
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    (Original post by Legit_Kalhan)
    You should work by the guideline that 80% is an A, 70% is a B, 60% is a C and so on... But depending on the difficulty of your test the percentage boundaries will fluctuate.

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    No dumbest thing i've ever read, don't give advice lol
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    (Original post by Legit_Kalhan)
    You should work by the guideline that 80% is an A, 70% is a B, 60% is a C and so on... But depending on the difficulty of your test the percentage boundaries will fluctuate.

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    It's usually a lot lower than that. 76% was an A* last year
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    (Original post by Prussia)
    I'd say high C/ low B. What do you think 166 will get?
    Definitely an A, maybe a cheeky A* tbh
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    Oh I see my mistake. I assumed this was about A Level maths.. My bad, even then 155/125/95/65 were my years grade boundaries for A*/A/B/C respectively.

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