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Does this mean my daughter could get an A at GCSE level.

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Madmog Mon 01-Oct-12 10:30:01

Just read "stats say just over 50% of students who achieve a level 6 at KS3 go on to achieve a B or better at GCSE".

My daughter is estimated to be on 7.75 at the end of KS3 so does this mean she could well get an A if she continues to work hard? It doesn't matter is she achieves a lower grade, but an A in English would be great.

adeucalione Mon 01-Oct-12 10:59:50

We were told that a Level 7 at KS3 suggests that the pupil should achieve an A at GCSE if they continue to put in the same amount of effort, so your clever DD is on track I think.

Themumsnot Mon 01-Oct-12 11:32:48

Yes, as an English teacher I would definitely expect your DD to get an A at GCSE, given the right attitude and motivation. smile

SkippyYourFriendEverTrue Mon 01-Oct-12 13:55:26

GCSEs are really not that hard for bright children like your daughter. It sounds like she will find it easy.

Madmog Mon 01-Oct-12 14:25:51

Thank you ladies, that's made my day. We know she generally does well but never even considered an A was a possibility, given that her parents aren't that bright lol!

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