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hi. does anyone know grade boundaries for gcse history OCR specification Modern World?

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They do. And posting this in GC is a warnable offence i have two to show for it
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They do. And posting this in GC is a warnable offence i have two to show for it
I have a warning for doing very much the same thing :cool:
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I have a warning for doing very much the same thing :cool:
im not alone
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that didnt take v.long :p:
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lol, but really was it like 90+% to get an A*. I got 80% in mocks and i wonder what grade is it
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lol, but really was it like 90+% to get an A*. I got 80% in mocks and i wonder what grade is it

oh come on lol its not 90% no way...around 80-82% is an A* Edexcel was only 78% 2yrs ago when i did it...and if you have coursework its a bonus..u can get 95-100% and get A* with 75% in the exam

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my history teacher just said today that the grade boundary for history OCR for A* was 90+%. This is so wrong and insane.lol
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my history teacher just said today that the grade boundary for history OCR for A* was 90+%. This is so wrong and insane.lol
i dnt think so for some reason!:Phehe your teacher might have said that to motivate you more i remember my teacher told me A=80% A*=95%+

chill out! if you are getting 80-85% now ull ace the GCSE! trust me on this one...if it wer 90%+ then not even 1% of the cohort would get A*
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lol,k.
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lol,k.
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I think the boundaries are always 90% UMS marks in the subjects that use UMS. But for edexcel GCSE maths last year....432/480 UMS (90% UMS) was actually 61%. The boundaries are never really 90% unless the exam was ridiculously easy.
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