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Level 8 KS3 = GCSE Grade ?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by simonc1978, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. I've noticed quite a lot of overlap between the KS3 SATS (deceased) and the Higher GCSE exams. How do the level 8 questions match up with the GCSE grades? Is a level 8 equivalent to a grade B?
     
  2. I've noticed quite a lot of overlap between the KS3 SATS (deceased) and the Higher GCSE exams. How do the level 8 questions match up with the GCSE grades? Is a level 8 equivalent to a grade B?
     
  3. If you are looking for a rule of thumb then L5 = E; L6 = D; L7 = C and L8 = B isn't a bad one to use.

     
  4. We have alway's worked towards L5=C; L6=B etc. I realise that they are not guaranteed to get these grades but it is more about what they should be aspiring to.
     
  5. Sorry just reread the post ... I agree with MathsHOD
     

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