The highest grade is 9, while 1 is the lowest, not including a U (no grade). According to Ofqual, the exam regulator, grade 7 is equivalent to an A. Grade 8 is considered a strong A and grade 9 an A*. If you're looking at the **math** base, it's worth noting that the available grades are 5 to 1, so the grade limits will differ from those of the higher-level paper.

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## Is a 4 a pass in gcse?

Shahid Lakha1 minute 16, seconds readThis means that a candidate who gets nine grades 4, technically, has passed all of them. Students need a 4 for a standard pass and 5 for a strong pass.

## What percentage is a 4 in gcse?

Shahid Lakha0 minutes 37, seconds readAccording to this illustration, grade 4 requires 56 to 66 percent, grade 5 requires 67 to 77 percent, and grade 6 requires 78 to 88 percent. This new scale will align with the key grades of the current A* to G scale.

## Which is easier aqa or edexcel maths?

Shahid Lakha2 minutes 58, seconds readWhen looking at AQA documents, they seem easier. If Edexcel jobs are difficult but you only need 50% to approve them, AQA documents are easier but you need 70% to approve them (completely made up numbers), then you should keep that in mind.

## Do you have to pass english and maths gcse?

Shahid Lakha0 minutes 17, seconds readFor mathematics and English, retaking the test is mandatory if you haven't obtained a pass (grade). You will need to continue studying these subjects until you pass or turn 18.If you achieved a pass in Mathematics and English, there is no requirement to reapply, but you can do so if you want a higher grade.