So, what grade is 70 percent in GCSE **Mathematics**? The answer is a grade 6.However, 69 percent would be a grade 5.The percentage of students who achieve grades 9-4 in Mathematics is lower than the percentage who receive grades 9-4 in all subjects. This is because the qualification limits are not determined by the proportion of students who reach each grade, but by the difficulty of the task and the previous data of the cohort taking the exam. It is believed that Level 9 tests advanced ability to apply the content of the subject to unknown questions. This means that higher papers now contain more demanding questions and only about 20% of the questions on the paper are designed for grade 4.It is thought that this grade requires students to demonstrate the use of higher-level content in questions where they must indicate relevant mathematics and use content correctly to solve complex problems. Employers, universities and colleges will continue to set the GCSE qualifications they require for entry into a job or further study. As part of the redesigned Mathematics course, Ofqual established some rules regarding exam design to ensure that exam boards are consistent in their approach.

It is suggested that students only need to demonstrate a limited ability to apply higher-level content to unknown questions. When it comes to setting grading standards for new GCSEs, the approach for all subjects will be the same. This score expresses a student's inability to demonstrate sufficient use of knowledge or application of Mathematics to achieve any of the grading scores below. The results of GCSE English language are similar to those in Mathematics, and one factor in this could be that each student has to take Maths and English, while other subjects are chosen by the student.