approximately how many marks are needed 2 get a C grade in BIOLOGY?

  • 1 vote

how many marks are needed in the biology b1,b2,b3 exam to get at-least a C?

how many for a B?

Posted Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 19:32 by rimsha_R
Edited by rimsha_R on Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 19:37

13 Answers

  • 4 votes

Your overall grade is done by 

90% + =A*

80% = A

70&= B

60%=C

50% =D

40%= U

Its seriosuly annoying because at the moment in chemistry i am on 79.7% so im o.3% off an A so i am retaking a module in a months time x

Answered Thu 26th May, 2011 @ 09:22 by Georgina
  • 3 votes

Georgina don't they just round up the percentage you get!

Answered Sat 28th May, 2011 @ 14:43 by Emily
  • 2 votes

B1:

21+ for a C

25+ for a B

30+ for an A

36+ for an A*

B2:

Grade Boundaries for the structured have not been published yet.

Multiple Choice is marked the same as B1

B3:

Grade Boundaries for the structured have not been published yet. However, last year it was 49/60 for an A* - 27 for a C

Hope this has helped.

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 20:03 by Al
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No offence but are you sure this is the right mark scheme - its just that last year I sat the exam and for biology B1A I got 37 marks which was equivalent to a B and in B1B I got a 43 marks which was equal to an A (I think it was 45 marks to get a A*)

Also what exam board are your school with ? I'm with AQA

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 20:15 by lbennetts
  • 2 votes

urm guys , I think you might be talking about different exam boards and totals for the exam !!

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 20:23 by Sara
  • 2 votes

@ rimii_spongeBoB14, you are much too young, still in year 9 to be considering this.

Best option is to ask your science teachers.

They usually have all the information about this. If they do not know, then the reason is you year 9's are doing a new science endorsed by Edexcel, where you need ALOT less marks for get HIGH grades. All your question numbers are reduced, inversely the verdict with time allocated. I also think coursework has  been eliminated.

Recapping, your teachers will give you the best answer to this.

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 20:30 by Al
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i was just worried because i've taken the exam and i'm scared that i will get a bad grade..

exam board OCR..

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 20:38 by rimsha_R
  • 2 votes

thankx for the help.:)

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 20:39 by rimsha_R
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What exam board is it? For AQA, it's roughly about half marks(about 21/45) for a C. I did a mock test in B3 and it was 26/45 for a B..

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 22:17 by Spongebob:)
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them modules sound like the edexcel board which means with ums marks which is what the examining board convert your mark to the marks are as follows:

36-40 = A*

32-35 = A

26 - 31 = B

20 - 25 = C

14 - 19 = D

and so on, however depending on how hard or easy the paper was the grade boundaries can change however this are the general ones and they mostly stick to them. Hope this helped!

Answered Sat 27th August, 2011 @ 12:48 by Alice Deane
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please someone tell me?

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 19:54 by rimsha_R
  • 1 vote

?

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 19:55 by rimsha_R
  • 1 vote

Ok so how do you find out the max mark because I'm trying to work out the percentages and stuff but I don't know what the max amount of marks you can get is so where could I find that out, thanks ?

Answered Tue 30th August, 2011 @ 11:47 by lbennetts