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Since I’m guessing most of the people that take gcse Japanese are Japanese, does it mean that the grade boundaries are much higher than other subjects? I’m doing my writing exam tomorrow wish me luck )
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might be a little it higher but you check on your exam boards website
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(Original post by susannahmad)
might be a little it higher but you check on your exam boards website
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The only person I know who has taken it was white, had never been to Japan and was self-taught. He got an A*,
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Most language exam boundaries are high due to fluent speakers - but it's completely possible to achieve good grades despite not speaking it prior
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