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how much do you think the ground boundaries might change for GCSE 2019
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They'll probably go up by a few marks, seeing as they have increased from 2017 to 2018.
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Foundation maths in specific. It's like really hard to pass but i mean the questions are easier i guess!
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They'll probably go up by a few marks, seeing as they have increased from 2017 to 2018.
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In 2018, for AQA, you needed to get 161 out of 240 to get a 5, and 125 to get a 4. In 2017, it was 156 out of 240 for a 5 and 124 out of 240 for a 4. So I think they'll only go up by 5-10 marks, unless more people find the exam easier, which will make the grade boundaries go up even more.
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do you think it'll be similar for edexcel?
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In 2018, for AQA, you needed to get 161 out of 240 to get a 5, and 125 to get a 4. In 2017, it was 156 out of 240 for a 5 and 124 out of 240 for a 4. So I think they'll only go up by 5-10 marks, unless more people find the exam easier, which will make the grade boundaries go up even more.
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do you think it'll be similar for edexcel?
Most likely. In 2017, you needed 158 marks out of 240 for a 5, and in 2018, it was 169 out of 240 for a 5. So it's increased by 11 marks from 2017 to 2018, so going by that same pattern it might be 180 out of 240 this year for a 5.

Here are links to the grade boundaries if you want to see for other Edexcel subjects too:

June 2017: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...ndaries-v1.pdf
June 2018: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...Boundaries.pdf
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Most likely. In 2017, you needed 158 marks out of 240 for a 5, and in 2018, it was 169 out of 240 for a 5. So it's increased by 11 marks from 2017 to 2018, so going by that same pattern it might be 180 out of 240 this year for a 5.

Here are links to the grade boundaries if you want to see for other Edexcel subjects too:

June 2017: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...ndaries-v1.pdf
June 2018: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...Boundaries.pdf
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