# Predict the 2024 Edexcel Maths grade boundaries correctly and win an Amazon voucher!

Post your predictions for the A*, A and B grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 Edexcel A Level Math. For example if I was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then I would post this:

A* : 244
A : 196
B : 158

The main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on TSR (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on TSR was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.

https://i.imgur.com/BOBZFoc.png

I planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

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I’ll say A* is 239 A is 191 and B is 153 , Goodluck all
A*: 238
a: 190
b: 142
Original post by notnek
post your predictions for the a*, a and b grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 edexcel a level maths exams. The closest guess will win a £10 amazon voucher! For example if i was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then i would post this:
A* : 244
a : 196
b : 158
the main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on tsr (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on tsr was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/bobzfoc.png
i planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

a* - 236
a - 183
b - 139
Original post by Notnek
Post your predictions for the A*, A and B grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 Edexcel A Level Maths exams. The closest guess will win a £10 Amazon voucher! For example if I was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then I would post this:
A* : 244
A : 196
B : 158
The main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on TSR (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on TSR was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/BOBZFoc.png
I planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

I'm saying 239 for an A*, 190 for an A, 153 for a B.
A* = 240
a = 195
b = 160
A* 240
a 193
b 160
Original post by notnek
post your predictions for the a*, a and b grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 edexcel a level maths exams. The closest guess will win a £10 amazon voucher! For example if i was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then i would post this:
A* : 244
a : 196
b : 158
the main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on tsr (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on tsr was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/bobzfoc.png
i planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

a* 248
a 195
b 162
A* - 266
a - 222
b - 198
Original post by Sobigbesan17
A* - 266
a - 222
b - 198

Are you kidding? there isn't a cat's chance in hell that it's gonna be that high.
A*: 275
a: 228
b: 190
Original post by WasForcedToJoin
A*: 275
a: 228
b: 190

this gotta be rage bait lmfaooooooooo
A*-242
a-185
b-152
Original post by notnek
post your predictions for the a*, a and b grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 edexcel a level maths exams. The closest guess will win a £10 amazon voucher! For example if i was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then i would post this:
A* : 244
a : 196
b : 158
the main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on tsr (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on tsr was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/bobzfoc.png
i planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

a* - 248
a - 198
b - 150
A*- 241
Original post by notnek
post your predictions for the a*, a and b grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 edexcel a level maths exams. The closest guess will win a £10 amazon voucher! For example if i was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then i would post this:
A* : 244
a : 196
b : 158
the main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on tsr (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on tsr was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/bobzfoc.png
i planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

a* - 246
a - 198
b- 160
Original post by notnek
post your predictions for the a*, a and b grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 edexcel a level maths exams. The closest guess will win a £10 amazon voucher! For example if i was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then i would post this:
A* : 244
a : 196
b : 158
the main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on tsr (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on tsr was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/bobzfoc.png
i planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

a* - 246
a - 194
b - 161
A* - 241
a - 192
b - 158
A* - 248
a - 197
b - 162
Original post by Notnek
Post your predictions for the A*, A and B grade boundaries out of 300 for the 2024 Edexcel A Level Math. For example if I was using the 2023 boundaries to make my predictions then I would post this:
A* : 244
A : 196
B : 158
The main aim of this is to show that it's basically impossible to predict grade boundaries. Every year lots of students on TSR (and popular teachers on social media) claim that they know what the boundaries will look like but their predictions are often way off so please ignore them. Last year for example, the average guess on TSR was around 20 marks away from the actual boundaries! And all of the teacher predictions were nowhere near.
https://i.imgur.com/BOBZFoc.png
I planned to stop this last year but this year seems to have been even worse with predictions online. If you want grade boundary predictions that are as accurate as the ones going around online then you may as well use a random number generator instead.

There is no way it can be higher than 2023 right because people found these exams harder than 2023 except mech but I think
240- A*