Does anyone know the grade boundaries for physics?
Doing revision now and cos its not really sticking in my head, wondering what do i need to get to get a B...
OCR Advancing physics grade boundaries?
- 17-05-2008 20:03
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- 17-05-2008 20:06
The grade boundaries are given at the end of the examiners reports.
(Original post by stryker101)
- 17-05-2008 20:19
lol, the best bit is, im not even going to get that!
Trying to revise , everything reads ok then when i get to questions its like HOLY COW!
Am i stupid or smthng? Goddd...
- 17-05-2008 20:48
Oh, im in every night!! I have no social life buuut after exams...
I feel for you! Just try to concentrate (i still havent quite managed though) !
Do lots of practice papers as well!!!!! Theyre a revelation to me! Just shows me how stupid i really am and how pointless physics is and once again reminding me that to get an A in this subject you have to be a robot!
But good luck with your revision anyways!Post rating:1
- 17-05-2008 21:04
i worked out that based on my module 1 score and my cs.wk i only need like 50% or less on the last module to get my A :P