Is it just me or are the grade boundaries VERY low with the new GCSE? i.e really easy to get a C, getting B really achievable, and A really quite do-able! Have to make final choices as to who I enter for foundation and higher tiers and kind of thinking : 13 for a C at higher and 22 for a C foundation means I can put quite a lot of them for Higher. For those borderline students , it can bea bit risky but it looks like they're closing to the 13 at higher ( and getting it) rather than the 22 at foundation ( which they just about get!) Would you agree that for Reading, Higher makes more sense as easy to get "cheap" marks , however how would you deal with the Listening? Cheers.