Adamshields
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Hey guys, just an enquiry. Does anyone know what the grade boundaries for Chem5 and 6 have been for the last few years? Apparently, 67/90 was an A last year for module 4. Looking back, it wasnt particularly difficult.

Any help or input would be appreciated. Cheers!
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well in past papers for module 5 you can get 89/120 and still get an A! and module 6,.it tends to be around 33 for a A! and sometimes module 4 ones can get quite low!!
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Adamshields
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So you could get just less than 1/3 of the paper wrong and still get an A?? I like sound of that.
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yes.but depends on how hard the paper is too !
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What people have been saying in this thread is definitely soothing due to the fact I'm struggling with both of mod 5 & 6 :/
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