A level Grade Boundaries-Edexcel Maths-2021

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Anyone know what grade boundaries are gonna be used in this summer assessments?

Saying only for those whose teachers decided not to use the 2020 papers and 2019 papers for this assesments.

Rough guide for A*?A?B?

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Share below....

In terms of percentage wise
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Grade boundaries are decided after the exams have taken place based on how candidates have performed. There can't be any form of national analysis of that this year because there is no consistency in the exams people are taking, so there will not be '2021 grade boundaries'
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Alright.

Roughyl how much would you all think An A*or A is in percentage as an average?
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this was october 2020 grade boundaries not too bad if i'm honest
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Ahh okay....yeah i had my applied paper today and it was out of 32 marks...i just know i have got 10-12 marks wrong.

But then if people in my year have done better than me, would they raise the grade boundaries higher than the national average?
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Ahh okay....yeah i had my applied paper today and it was out of 32 marks...i just know i have got 10-12 marks wrong.

But then if people in my year have done better than me, would they raise the grade boundaries higher than the national average?
i think you don't understand how grades will be given to us this year (i'm assuming you're in year 13) read this tsr post on how awards will be graded https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/new...-exams-in-2021
in summary grades given to us have NOTHING to do with exam boards - the exam boards will just verify that the grades given to us are suitable and acceptable
also i'm sure you didn't do that bad - i had applied as well today and omg it was so hard
good luck !!
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i think you don't understand how grades will be given to us this year (i'm assuming you're in year 13) read this tsr post on how awards will be graded https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/new...-exams-in-2021
in summary grades given to us have NOTHING to do with exam boards - the exam boards will just verify that the grades given to us are suitable and acceptable
also i'm sure you didn't do that bad - i had applied as well today and omg it was so hard
good luck !!
Ahh okay. I do know that in fact. But some subjects are just using 2020 ones and some are just using an average grade boundary across the 3 years which kinda confuses me.

On the otherside, how many exams did you have today?

I had like 3 today (math physics and chem).
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Ahh okay. I do know that in fact. But some subjects are just using 2020 ones and some are just using an average grade boundary across the 3 years which kinda confuses me.

On the otherside, how many exams did you have today?

I had like 3 today (math physics and chem).
i've been having exams since we came back from easter holidays but today i have one and tomorrow i have chem
wait as your'e doing chemistry can i ask you a chem question ?
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i think you should ask your teacher - they're more reliable than me hahah

(Original post by Ria214)
Ahh okay. I do know that in fact. But some subjects are just using 2020 ones and some are just using an average grade boundary across the 3 years which kinda confuses me.

On the otherside, how many exams did you have today?

I had like 3 today (math physics and chem).
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Ria214 i hope your other exams went well
do you just do maths physics and chem ?
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Yeah

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i've been having exams since we came back from easter holidays but today i have one and tomorrow i have chem
wait as your'e doing chemistry can i ask you a chem question ?
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Yeah
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I m sorry but i cant be of any help.

All i had for our first chem assessment was questions frim the AS from 2013 jume and 2014 june 1r. And i think i have got like 10 wrong out of 34.

Thats why am a bit stressed at the fact that grade boundaries will be so high this year as people will do extremely well on this assessments as some subjects are just doing ppqs or the 2020 papers.

For Maths, we just had the teacher kinda make up the paper from scratch as she thought like this is the only fair method.

And also, why the f is the Exam Boards charging exam fees when we're not sitting proper exams but instead school tests and all the exam boards are just doing is just checking and correcting a teacher's judgement?


Is the fee covering the amount if in case few people wanna do autumn exams?
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I m sorry but i cant be of any help.

All i had for our first chem assessment was questions frim the AS from 2013 jume and 2014 june 1r. And i think i have got like 10 wrong out of 34.

Thats why am a bit stressed at the fact that grade boundaries will be so high this year as people will do extremely well on this assessments as some subjects are just doing ppqs or the 2020 papers.

For Maths, we just had the teacher kinda make up the paper from scratch as she thought like this is the only fair method.

And also, why the f is the Exam Boards charging exam fees when we're not sitting proper exams but instead school tests and all the exam boards are just doing is just checking and correcting a teacher's judgement?


Is the fee covering the amount if in case few people wanna do autumn exams?
that's ok
i'm sorry i have no idea
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its C i have the mark scheme for that 2019 paper if you need it
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