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Raw mark to UMS Conversion of 2017 Summer A Levels

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Dear Northern Ireland Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment,
I would like to retrieve information on the raw mark (of each unit paper, eg. A2 Unit 1) to UMS conversion of the 2017 Summer series exams, of the following subjects :
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
For both AS and A2 level.

Yours faithfully,

Jessica

John Boyle, Northern Ireland Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment

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Please find attached the Raw to Uniform Mark boundaries for AS/A2 Biology,
Chemistry and Physics for Summer 2017, as requested. I’m also including
the details for revised GCE AS Biology, Chemistry and Physics in Summer
2017.

 

It should be noted that the Uniform Mark boundaries will not change for
the lifetime of the specification. However, the Raw Mark boundaries are
set independently each examination series. If you are planning to use
these Raw Mark boundaries to estimate future grades they must be used with
caution as they are prone to change.

 

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John

 

 

 

 

 

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