## What is the pass mark for AQA GCSE maths?

In 2019, for the AQA foundation mathematics GCSE qualification you needed to obtain 122/240 marks to achieve a grade 4. However, to achieve a grade 5 on the AQA GCSE exam board you needed to obtain 153/240. In 2019, for the AQA higher mathematics GCSE qualification you needed to obtain a 43/240 to achieve a grade 4.

## What is 78% as a GCSE grade?

According to this illustration, grade 4 requires 56 – 66 per cent, grade 5 requires 67 – 77 per cent and grade 6 requires 78 – 88 per cent.

What percentage is an A * in A Level maths AQA?

In A-level, grade A* is awarded to students achieving grade A overall and 90 per cent or more of the maximum uniform mark on the aggregate of the A2 units.

What percentage is a 9 in GCSE maths?

Setting grade standards for new GCSEs The approach to awarding the top grades will be the same for all GCSE subjects. A formula will be used that means that around 20% of all grades at 7 or above will be a grade 9.

Grade boundaries are the minimum mark required for a particular grade. For example, a C boundary of 50 means that you need 50 marks to get grade C.

### Are the grade boundaries lower this year?

A level grade boundaries will not necessarily be lower in 2021. Grades are teacher assessed in 2021 which means that there are no national set grade boundaries and teachers will award grades at their discretion as per the guidelines mentioned earlier.

GCSE’s are now graded 9-1 with 9 effectively being a grade above the old A*. A level 4 is now considered as a low C grade and a 5 a high C grade, or low B grade. Level 6 is a solid B, 7 an A grade and a level 8 an A*. The foundation papers for each subject are graded from 5-1 and the higher papers from 9-3.

What grade is 60% in GCSE?

If a paper is allocated 120 uniform marks, the range of marks allocated to grade B is 84 to 95 (70% to 79% of 120); for grade C, 72 to 83 (60% to 69% of 120).

#### What grade is 60% at a level?

If students have over 80% of UMS marks with an average of 90% across A2 modules they are awarded an A*, 80+% is also an A grade, 70-79% offers a B grade, 60-69% is C, 50-59% is D and 40-49% offers you the bottom pass E grade.

#### What are the A level grade boundaries?

A grade boundary is a minimum mark at which a letter grade can be achieved. For example, if the grade boundary for an A mark is 60 marks, then that is the minimum amount of marks required to achieve an A. A mark at 61 would therefore be an A grade, whereas a mark of 59 would be a B grade.

Will GCSE grade boundaries be lower 2021?

Why aren’t there grade boundaries for the 2021 GCSEs? Simply put, there aren’t any grade boundaries this year because there haven’t been any exams. Grade boundaries are established by boards after A-level and GCSE exams have been sat, based on how students across the nation performed in the papers.

What grade is 81 percent in UK?

ECTS

A 90.00 – 100.00 A
B 80.00 – 89.00 B+
C 70.00 – 79.00 B
D 60.00 – 69.00 C+

## What are the grade boundaries for GCSE June 2015?

Scaled mark unit grade boundaries – June 2015 exams GCSE Maximum Scaled Mark Grade Boundaries Code Title Scaled Mark A* A B C D E F G 42304/A DANCE UNIT 4 (TASK A) 24 22 18 10 42304/B DANCE UNIT 4 (TASK B) 40 36 30 16 42401 DRAMA UNIT 1 80 72 65 55 46 39 32 26 20 42402 DRAMA UNIT 2 120 114 109 91 74 64 54 44 34

## Where can I Find my Aqa grade boundaries?

Grade boundaries from previous years are available in our archive. If you need older data, please email [email protected]. Grade boundaries from the most recent exam series are on the grade boundaries page.

What are the notional grade boundaries for GCSE science?

two GCSE Combined Science specifications (8464 and 8465), the notional component grade boundaries for the Higher tier grade 3s are actually notional grade 4-3 boundaries. A guide to notional component grade boundaries in the new linear qualifications can be found . here. For further information, contact . [email protected]. Published 22 August 2019

What are the grade boundaries for Level 6 Maths?

Level 6 is a solid B, 7 an A grade and a level 8 an A*. The foundation papers for each subject are graded from 5-1 and the higher papers from 9-3. If on a higher paper a student falls below the grade boundary of a level 3, they will achieve a U which stands for unclassified.