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    Please help me I need to achieve at least a C what percentage I need to achieve? And suggest any website for IGCSE maths
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    In what subject, maths?
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    You actually do not need to score that much to get a pass on IGCSE higher tier maths. Even to get a B doesn't require that high a score. Is this a 9-1 or A*-G system?

    C on the A*-G system is somewhere in the mid 20s, which is easily acheivable if you do well on the first 10 questions.

    On 9-1, it's in the high teens to low 20s. The paper is harder, but it is still easily acheivable through the first 10 questions.
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    (Original post by Aayush :))
    You actually do not need to score that much to get a pass on IGCSE higher tier maths. Even to get a B doesn't require that high a score. Is this a 9-1 or A*-G system?

    C on the A*-G system is somewhere in the mid 20s, which is easily acheivable if you do well on the first 10 questions.

    On 9-1, it's in the high teens to low 20s. The paper is harder, but it is still easily acheivable through the first 10 questions.
    Thanks. Have u done IGCSE before?
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    (Original post by Saras98)
    Thanks. Have u done IGCSE before?
    Hello,

    I did my IGCSEs recently and though I should upload my notes on subjects, so that it is helpful to others, I think it would help everyone. Please go through incase you need help:
    ultimateigcserevisionnotes.wordp ress.com
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    (Original post by Saras98)
    Thanks. Have u done IGCSE before?
    I am doing it this year

    I have made my estimates based on last years boundaries for both systems.

    If you are consistently scoring above 35, you are a safe C, or a safe 4 and probably a 5. If you get above 45, you are into B or 6 territory, which is pretty respectable. Good luck .

    I am aiming personally for 85 (tough mark to hit I know), as that is a very safe 8 and will likely be a 9 this year. I am having to work quite hard I won't lie
 
 
 
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