(Original post by Maple)
Lets hope so, I did F325 aswell and I thought it was pretty hard particularly the last couple of questions. I mean 1 mark for equations that take a lot of thinking, I thought that was harsh. Most people thought it was either alright though, compared to other papers, so I'm guessing boundaries will be what they usually are - around 70 for an A, I'm hoping lower though.
oh god, everyone came out saying, it was easy and i was like WHAAAAT , I felt like the only one who found it challenging, even though I did understand the question, it really needed alot of understanding, my friend was so confident she even said 80 for an A :O, do you reckon it will be 70? i hope so, 80 is TOO high, 75 max i think.
(Original post by Just Josh)
Anyone else more worried about what their parents will think of their results than their actual results themselves? =|
I'm more worried about my teachers because they're probably some of the nicest, most helpful people I know and to look at my head of maths and say 'yeah, I need to resit your subject' would make me feel like total crap. My physics teacher is expecting me to get an A* in physics, so that's worrying me loads too, especially as the fire bell in the middle of that exam threw me hugely.
(Original post by asas78978)
OK now it is getting a bit serious now, my heart was pumping like hell, I probably gonna cry over my results on Thursday and say goodbye to Cambridge... Anyone wanna cry with me?
i think im gunna cry aswell on thursday! your not alone!
im actually realli scared now... dnt know how ive done?!
I'm freaking out so much, dread to think what it'll be like for the summer results day! I just hope I don't need to resit the resits I did again
You'll be fine I'm sure, are you in y12 or 13? I was so scared when I was in y12 waiting for results in June, for the January results I just walked into form, and was given a piece of paper. I had no idea it was results day.