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Christophicus
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I checked out the examiners report (june 2003) on the edexcel website for chemistry and it said that you only need 37/60 (raw marks) for an A grade. Is this correct? Are the grade boundaries always this low?
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I think they are (I don't have the grade boundaries off hand as i lent my notes to someone...) but they are normally pretty damn low. I know for a fact that i dropped atleast 6 raw marks in U4 last January, but I still got 90/90.
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i think for june 03 it was quite low thou, my chemi teacher said it was 63% or sumfin. in june 04 i got 75% in raw marks and it was only a b!!! so im not rly sur
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It doesnt really matter that much as the modules all count right at the end of the AS/A level course...but thats low for an A if its true! :rolleyes:
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