Yes Lucy it IS a pass. Well done.
If you get a 'U' then you don't have a GCSE for that subject.
Yes a D is a pass so now you have to congratulate him
it is still a pass under gcse standards but a fail on the old o levels. tell to take the exam again the lazy git
yeh an e grade or above is considered as a pass, congrates to ur son . well done
D is not a pass in GCSE. Grades A*- C are!
Yes. It goes from A-E and a D is a pass. C and above is equal to the old O'level and below is an old CSE.
Any grade other than U is a pass. However, it is the question of the value of the pass that i important.
For example, a G grade means that some very basic knowledge of the subject has been demonstrated. A* means the subject has been mastered at GSCE level.
The benchmark for an acceptable level of education is deemed to be 5 A-C passes (including English & Maths).
A 'D' is ok but, if it's in English or Maths, I would suggest a retake next year. A little extra work should do it.
d stands for diploma.
yes it is an f is still a pass
Yes, it's a pass but it does not correspond to the old 'O' level. C and above are equivalent to the old 'O' level. That is why most colleges stipulate you must get C and above for entry. Realistically, if you can't get a C grade at GCSE (in for example Maths) you would be struggling to cope with the A level work which is much more difficult.
A 'D' grade is a pass at GCSE, but it's not a higher grade pass, which is what most colleges/ employers look for. A*- C is a higher grade pass, and D- G is a lower grade pass.
no dont think so
G through to A* are ALL passes - always have been and always will be.
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