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Does anyone know the grade boundary for triple dist* in the QCF National Ext Diploma? watch

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    I know that in previous years, for Level 3, where a Distinction is worth 9 and each unit is 10 credits, the boundary for 18 units to get a triple distinction * is 1590 which essentially means that students can get up to one pass and a merit, and the remainder are distinctions, and still get full grade. Is this still the case or is it now 1600 points and each grade is 20 points lower?

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    What course will you be doing?

    The new NQF/RQF qualifications have different points to the old QCF qualifications.

    QCF - I think it is still 1590/1580.

    NQF - There isn't a set points value for this grade I can give you. The qualifications are new, the points are different depending on your exam mark, unit size, and unit grade. It is all rather confusing, you will need to use this calculator and see what you can get: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...alculator.html
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    (Original post by chocolateworm34)
    What course will you be doing?

    The new NQF/RQF qualifications have different points to the old QCF qualifications.

    QCF - I think it is still 1590/1580.

    NQF - There isn't a set points value for this grade I can give you. The qualifications are new, the points are different depending on your exam mark, unit size, and unit grade. It is all rather confusing, you will need to use this calculator and see what you can get: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...alculator.html
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