For anyone interested, I've included below the percentages (cumulative) of A*- G grades awarded for each year from 2009 - 2015 with all the grade boundaries.
It's worth noting grade boundaries are hard to predict for example -
6.4% of 507,350 candidates (32,274) were awarded A* for June 2015 (155/200 for an A*) and only 5.3% of 493,996 candidates (26,208) were awarded A* for June 2014 (164/200).
A* awarded for a specific year are in red and they have been increasing for every summer examination period since 2013, with more people taking the exams too.
Edexcel Mathematics GCSE Grade Statistics/Boundaries for 2009 - 2015 Watch
- Thread Starter
- 12-06-2016 07:18
- 12-06-2016 09:30
So what do you think the a* boundary will be this year?