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1. Grading_new_GCSEs_from_2017.pdf
Grading new GCSEs from 2017 - GCSE. 9 to 1. GCSEs in England are being reformed and will be graded with . 9 a new scale from 9 to 1, with 9 being the highest grade. 8. New GCSE content will be ...

2. New-GCSE-Grade-MethodologyFEB2016.pdf

3. 2015-06-16-postcard-new-gcse-grading-structure.pdf
New GCSE Grading Structure NEW GCSE GRADING STRUCTURE CURRENT GCSE GRADING STRUCTURE 9 8 7 6 5 3 2 1 U 4 U G F E D C B A A* New GCSE Grading Structure 4 and above = bottom of C and above AWARDING

4. New-GCSE-Grading-Structure-Booklet-for-Parents.pdf

5. New-GCSE-grade-boundaries-PiXL-and-Ofqual.pdf
Grade boundaries for new GCSE English examinations PiXL PiXL has been providing its members with suggested grade mark ranges for the new GCSE

6. 261118-gcse-9-1-maths-parent-learner-guide.pdf
The new GCSE (9-1) Mathematics - OCR you will see a mixture of letter grades and number grades for different qualifications on results statements from 2017. GCSE (9-1) Mathematics will still have two ...

7. 1706-gcse-9-1-grade-boundaries-v1.pdf
Grade Boundaries Edexcel GCSE (9-1) June 2017

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9. GCSE_Factsheet_employerFEHE.pdf
Published: June 2017 Do you use GCSE grades to assess applicants to your business, college or university? If so, we want you to be aware that

10. 9-1Grading.pdf
Explaining the GCSE grading system of 9-1 in 2015/16 Sub Grades at Key Stage Three It has always been the case that some pupils work at the top end of a grade, some in the middle, some lower down.

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