any idea how they work?
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new gcse point score watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-02-2018 18:56
- 28-02-2018 19:25
Are you talking about the Letters to Numbers?
- 28-02-2018 20:08
Grade 9 is 9 points, 8 is 8 etc
Remaining A*G grades are: A* - 8.5, A - 7, B - 5.5, C-4, D - 3, E=2, F=1.5, G=1
- 01-03-2018 16:49
An easier way to look at it is:9 - A**8 - A*7 - A6 - B5 - C4 - D3 - E2 - F1 - GU - UBut 4 is now a pass and they are higher boundaries so to get a 4 you have to get the old C marks and percentages
- 01-03-2018 17:01
9 is the new highest, the best A*. Very hard to get. <5% of applicants.
8 is an A*.
7 is an A.
6 is the higher end of a grade B.
5 is supposed to be a high C/low B. Better than a C but marginally.
4 is the standard pass, a lower or mid range C.
3 is a D.
2 is E or F or something
1 is like a G
And you can still get a U if you fail to place.