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    Hi everyone,
    As you're no doubt aware, Edexcel A-level English Lit markscheme thingies are split into levels -- Level 1 to 5, and each of these levels encompasses five or six marks out of the total mark. (Level 5 is the highest, Level 1 the lowest etc. WHAT DO THESE LEVELS ACTUALLY MEAN? Do they indicate a grade -- e.g 'Level 5 = A*', Level 1 = D etc? Or what? I'm a bit confused! ...Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!!
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    (Original post by purplesockmonkey)
    Hi everyone,
    As you're no doubt aware, Edexcel A-level English Lit markscheme thingies are split into levels -- Level 1 to 5, and each of these levels encompasses five or six marks out of the total mark. (Level 5 is the highest, Level 1 the lowest etc. WHAT DO THESE LEVELS ACTUALLY MEAN? Do they indicate a grade -- e.g 'Level 5 = A*', Level 1 = D etc? Or what? I'm a bit confused! ...Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!!
    All subjects mark schemes are split into levels like this. I think it's to help examiners decide on which mark to give it, so they choose which level your answer is before giving it an actual mark.
 
 
 
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