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June 2019 9 – 1 GCSE Grade Boundaries

For info and reference, below are the grade boundaries for the June 2019 Maths GCSE (and IGCSE) exams. With particular thanks to who make it so easy to find grade boundaries for any year and board. Higher Tier: Foundation Tier: Pearson EdExcel IGCSE Maths: Related posts: 9 – 1 Grade Boundaries June 2019 A level […]

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June 2019 A level Grade Boundaries

Image by Andrew Martin from Pixabay Offered without comment, below are the grade boundaries for the new spec. Maths A level, June 2019: Grade – Percentage (Raw Score) Note, all boards the maximum raw score is 300 AQA A* – 77% (231) A  – 62% (185) B  – 50% (151) C  – 39% (118) D […]

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9 – 1 Grade Boundaries

As most readers will know, this year sees GCSE maths grading change from A* to E to 9 – 1.  There has been much speculation as to what the grade boundaries will be for each new level. The first (that I have found) to publish the grade boundaries are Cambridge, for their IGCSE and can be […]

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Large Data Sets

Large data sets – not the most inspiring of titles, but one which we teachers of A Level maths will become increasingly familiar over the next few weeks and months. A Level maths is changing, but two plus two remains four, most of the content that is in the current A Level syllabus is in […]

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Revision is temporary …

… results are permanent. Bill Shankly famously once said: Form is temporary, class is permanent I (rather less famously) have butchered his words to come up with the motivational message above to maybe spur one or two on with their revision as the summer exams loom ever closer. Feel free to do with it what […]

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