Thoughts on 2022 A-Level Grade Boundaries

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In your opinion will grade boundaries be higher or lower this year for A-Levels? If so, by how much and why?
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I swear they've said they'll be somewhere in the middle of 2019 grade boundaries and covid grade boundaries?
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They better be lower. I hate everything
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I swear they've said they'll be somewhere in the middle of 2019 grade boundaries and covid grade boundaries?
I heard something like that too but I’m praying they’re gonna be as low as possible 😩
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Well that depends on how the next few weeks exams will go, but based on the general consensus of how 'easy' the exams have been so far, I have a feeling that the actual marks per grade boundary are likely to rise slightly compared to 2019.

Either that or there's a very vocal minority on twitter and tsr
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Well that depends on how the next few weeks exams will go, but based on the general consensus of how 'easy' the exams have been so far, I have a feeling that the actual marks per grade boundary are likely to rise slightly compared to 2019.

Either that or there's a very vocal minority on twitter and tsr
I should add, I'm also predicting the a* boundary will be around 85% at the very highest
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