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I've just finished yr 10 and am just wondering what do u do for maths in yr 11?? All the topics have been completed so do u go in more depth or do u just revise them all in yr 11? Just curious ig
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Depends on what you’ve covered in year 10. It will obviously depend on your school and what set you’re in.
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We did loads of exam questions from November onwards once we finished the course and a few of us picked up gcse Further maths in year 11 after school so we would work on that in lessons too
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Hi,
can anyone tell me I would be able to get a grade of 7?
I had done 2 2020 papers.
Then 1 2019 paper and 1 unseen paper.
All papers total 180.
And if I score a mark of 100 in total.
would i be able to get a grade 7 ( according to my calculation this is a grade 7 but I still need assurance?

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(Original post by Hehejsm)
Hi,
can anyone tell me I would be able to get a grade of 7?
I had done 2 2020 papers.
Then 1 2019 paper and 1 unseen paper.
All papers total 180.
And if I score a mark of 100 in total.
would i be able to get a grade 7 ( according to my calculation this is a grade 7 but I still need assurance?

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If you use the 2019 grade boundaries then you’re about 2% short but in 2020 it would be a 7.

So I would say it’s possibly a 7 but depends on the grade boundaries used and the weightings of the different assessments etc

If this is about a TAG this summer teachers want students to do well so will probably use the more generous 2020 grade boundaries if they use them in deciding your grade
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