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New AQA A level grade boundaries

Discussion in 'Business studies' started by Deb178, Nov 24, 2015.

  1. Deb178

    Deb178 New commenter

    Hi all

    Does anyone have any idea what the grade boundaries are likely to be for the AS papers? I am regularly marking case studies which are out of 25 (one 9 mark and one 16 mark question) and would like to be clear on how many marks I should be expecting an A/B/C/D grade student to be getting out of 25. Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Debs
     
  2. sirspamalotless

    sirspamalotless Occasional commenter

    Look in the back of any examiner's report for each exam. You'll see the raw and UMS marks there for past exams.
     
  3. sabrinakat

    sabrinakat Star commenter

    If you are talking about using past papers, then the grade boundaries per year/per subject are very clear. If, however, you are using a new specification for new examinations, then contact the exam board for their preliminary breakdown.

    (I teach Classics - when I give past papers, I look at the grade boundaries for the specific paper as published by the exam board I use (OCR) per year and per paper - both for GCSE and AS/A-level. HOWEVER, if you are working to a new specification (due to the various changes) you need to contact the exam board to get a rough idea but until the new specification is examined, marked and reported upon, you can only use common sense to determine a letter grade).
     
  4. Busimiss

    Busimiss New commenter

    With the new AQA it is not really clear. Contact Guildford.
     

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