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AQA RS B Religion & Morality

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by Kmt41, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. Kmt41

    Kmt41 New commenter

    Hi,

    I've looked on the website obviously but can't seem to locate 2011 grade boundaries from the exam. Anyone help me locate these please?

    Thank you
     
  2. Kmt41

    Kmt41 New commenter

    Hi,

    I've looked on the website obviously but can't seem to locate 2011 grade boundaries from the exam. Anyone help me locate these please?

    Thank you
     
  3. Kmt41

    Kmt41 New commenter

    Thanks Brenhell - this is just what I need! It was a bit buried on the website!
     
  4. Kmt41

    Kmt41 New commenter

    I'm still a bit confused! I want to know what percentage = C grade etc. I have the raw marks out of 72 but then there are UMS marks out of 100! Which do I use, not sure how UMS marks work. I simply want to know what grades= what percentage!! maybe it's just me being slow! Anyone clarify for me please?

    Thanks so much.
     
  5. pete14

    pete14 New commenter

    Forget the UMS. All you need to do to get percentages is use the raw mark out of 72 so a raw score of 36 is 50% and 54 is 75% etc. I think for a C, it is about 58% and for an A about 78%. I am not sure why you want percentages though because the raw mark is simpler.
     

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