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This is really confusing as we took mock exams at the end of yr 12 and the start of yr 13. Which would be taken into account as I did well in my yr 12 mocks but I flopped my yr 13 one. They were both on the same content.

Any help would be great thanks
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Same here, I don’t think anyone knows unfortunately, well just have to wait and see tomorrow. Wish I could help you more.
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Literally nobody knows, and it's all a mystery ahead of tomorrow.

I would guess the most recent ones, but that's purely me speculating.
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I think the mock grade is the latest full paper you did in exam conditions in the hall or something but that's just me guessing
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(Original post by Gurdeepthelegend)
This is really confusing as we took mock exams at the end of yr 12 and the start of yr 13. Which would be taken into account as I did well in my yr 12 mocks but I flopped my yr 13 one. They were both on the same content.

Any help would be great thanks
We’re still waiting for the DfE to release more information to exam boards, who will then share what is meant by a ‘mock’ on their website. When there is a further update, you will most likely hear about it on this thread:
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...4#post90334292
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(Original post by Gurdeepthelegend)
This is really confusing as we took mock exams at the end of yr 12 and the start of yr 13. Which would be taken into account as I did well in my yr 12 mocks but I flopped my yr 13 one. They were both on the same content.

Any help would be great thanks
mock exams are the most recent ones the last tests we did before lockdown tbh the news is kinda overreacting way too much. they are making it seem that they are scrapping the calculated grades but that's not the case. all that's happening is that if you win an appeal your mock grades will be used instead if they are higher which is kinda dumb becuase appeals take forever.
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