stressingrn
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i have my end of year AS tests in a few days. i checked the grade boundaries and i was kinda shocked abt how low it was. idk why i thought an A was like 90%.
so my predicted grades should be higher than the grade i achieve right? so even if i get a B in my end of year tests, can i be predicted an A* since it's 2 grades higher?
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Yes, predicted grades are almost always higher than the grade you achieve. But how much higher i believe depends on your progress through the year and where you place by the grade boundaries. Like if you just scratched an B, you prob might be predicted an A- but it depends on the person and the teacher.
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Each school has a different way of devising predictions - mock grades, end-of-year grade, teacher intuition etc.
Check with your teachers how you school does this.
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