What Grade is 68% in GCSEs?

When it comes to GCSEs, the grade limits are only released to students on the day of the results. Employers, universities and colleges will continue to set the GCSE qualifications they require for entry into employment or further studies. The Department of Education has approved three more grades that count in the English Baccalaureate (eBACC) and three that can be GCSE grades or any other non-GCSE grade from the list. The same approach to awarding the best grades will be applied to all GCSE subjects.

Exam boards publish the grade limits for all GCSEs, including Mathematics, separately on their respective websites on the day of the results. It is important to note that the grade limits for GCSEs are subject to change and may vary from year to year. Therefore, it is important to stay up-to-date with the latest information from exam boards and other sources.