What are the EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 May June 2016 Grade Boundaries and Mark Scheme?
Below are the EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 June 2016 Paper 1 Grade Boundaries and Mark Schemes and EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 June 2016 Paper 2 Grade Boundaries and Mark Schemes. Check out the previous years’ Grade boundaries and Mark Schemes to make a comparison.
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Grade Boundaries
1MA0 
A* 
A 
B 
C 
D 
E 
F 
G 

1MA0F  Foundation tier  142  122  102  82  62  
1MA0H  Higher tier  170  140  105  70  35  17 
When are the grade boundaries for 2016 exams released by edexcel/pearson ?
Best Regards
Fergus
EDEXL/GC GCSE/FC 1MAOF Mathematics A (Linear) Option F Grd1 = D Points 34 Has this paper been marked incorrectly as the higher paper? Don’t understand how it’s been worked out based on the above Grade Boundaries.
Thanks
Total from both papers
Thank you for reply. Total from both papers according to school was 138/200 only 4 marks away from a C grade 🙁
When you say total from both papers, where do we find on the grade boundaries the conversion to 34 points for the linear paper?
Just want to understand how it’s been worked out. Do you think 4 marks away from the next grade up is worth a remark?
thanks
My son had a similar mark for the Higher paper, it does not match up to the grade boundaries. He got 34 points but awarded a D ?
Thanks.
Strange isn’t it Sarah?!
Wtf? I got 52 points and got an A in the higher paper did you take linear? Also 138/200 marks is like 69% I thought that was equivalent to a high B or low A??
I got 34 points which was a D ? Does anyone know how many marks 34 points equates to ? I just want to know how far off a C I was.
Thanks