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# What are the grade boundaries for OCR C2 and S1? Watch

1. I can't seem to find any past examiners reports on OCR's site so some guideline on the grade boundaries for these two modules would be most helpful!

I've did two Core 2 past papers today and my marks were quite contrasting:
- January '05: 55/72
- May '05: 66/72

I am asking about the RAW grade boundaries out of 72. With Maths, usually you need to get more than 80% RAW to get 80% UMS (a). It's just how high I am wondering.

How's revision for C2 going along people who are sitting it in less than two weeks time!?

2. not too good C2 im expecting a B if im lucky.............S1 feeling a lot better on dropping maths after AS anyway
3. http://www.ocr.org.uk/Data/publicati...nuary_2007.pdf
http://www.ocr.org.uk/Data/publicati...R_Jan_2008.pdf

At the end.

Haven't started any revision yet, and I might not bother for C2. It's going alright, but I really need to cut out the silly errors. I made two horror errors in the last practice paper I did.
4. Ah thanks for the link Glutamic Acid!

C2 Jan '07:
A = 57/72
B = 49/72
C = 41/72

S1 Jan '07:
A = 59/72
B = 52/72
C = 45/72

Hmmm...looks like I'm looking at an A for C2, not sure about S1 though.
5. (Original post by !MEna)
Ah thanks for the link Glutamic Acid!

C2 Jan '07:
A = 57/72
B = 49/72
C = 41/72

S1 Jan '07:
A = 59/72
B = 52/72
C = 45/72

Hmmm...looks like I'm looking at an A for C2, not sure about S1 though.
It changes yearly, remember.

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