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OCR Mark distribution for physics and chemistry

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Dear Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations,

I am interested in the mark distribution of the 2018 A level physics and chemistry examinations.

Please could you respond with a table showing each raw mark that it was possible to obtain overall across the combination of the three papers for each qualification, and the number of students who obtained each of these marks.

I would like this information for the OCR physics A (H556) and chemistry A (H432) qualifications.

Yours faithfully,
Martin Stewart

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Subject: Freedom of Information request - OCR Mark distribution for physics and chemistry
Message: Dear Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations,

I am interested in the mark distribution of the 2018 A level physics and chemistry examinations.

Please could you respond with a table showing each raw mark that it was possible to obtain overall across the combination of the three papers for each qualification, and the number of students who obtained each of these marks.

I would like this information for the OCR physics A (H556) and chemistry A (H432) qualifications.

Yours faithfully,
Martin Stewart

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