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AQA COMP2 25th May 2012

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    (Original post by JASApplications)
    Quite hard. What did everyone get for Demorgen's Law? I got A+B but I don't think that was right! Also what was a Imperative High Level Language?
    I got A.B and didn't know what Imperative High Level Language meant.
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    (Original post by jackykkkan)
    that means i'm wrong, i got U or (NOT L + NOT R)
    yeah, i got that as well
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    There was nothing about processors or anything. Just the fetch and execute cycle :l
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    what will the grade boundaries be?
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    (Original post by jems24)
    yeah, i got that as well
    hope i will get a mark or so! although it is wrong (6 easy mark gone! )
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    (Original post by jems24)
    There was nothing about processors or anything. Just the fetch and execute cycle :l
    Yeah, nothing on the buses or making your computer faster... Not that I'm complaining.
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    (Original post by jackykkkan)
    hope i will get a mark or so! although it is wrong (6 easy mark gone! )
    If your circuit diagram matches your equation, you'll probably get at least one or two marks, this is assuming AQA offers continuation marks (I don't know)
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    (Original post by hackashaq)
    what do you reckon the grade boundaries will be?
    It's hard to say because there's everyone seems to have mixed views on how it went.

    Here are the boundaries since January 2010 if anyone's interested:

    JAN - 10
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    A - 45
    B - 40
    C - 35
    D - 30
    E - 25


    JUN - 10
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    A - 43
    B - 38
    C - 33
    D - 29
    E - 25


    JAN - 11
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    A - 46
    B - 41
    C - 36
    D - 31
    E - 26


    JUN - 11
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    A - 46
    B - 40
    C - 34
    D - 29
    E - 24


    JAN - 12
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    A - 44
    B - 38
    C - 33
    D - 28
    E - 23
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    (Original post by mathieuh)
    If your circuit diagram matches your equation, you'll probably get at least one or two marks, this is assuming AQA offers continuation marks (I don't know)
    that made me feel slightly better but anyway thank you!
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    Found the paper relatively easy in terms of content, but it was a completely different style compared to past papers...
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    (Original post by jackykkkan)
    that made me feel slightly better but anyway thank you!
    On the mark schemes it says dont penalise twice so im assuming thats continuation marks
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    what did you get for:
    a) IP Address
    b) Port Number
    c) Socket
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    (Original post by mathieuh)
    I thought that was really easy, none of the difficult stuff (TCP/IP) came up, and I'd revised flatbed scanners the most. Did everyone get
    NOT U AND L XOR R
    for the robot one?


    This was posted from The Student Room's iPhone/iPad App
    arghh, nooooo I put OR
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    (Original post by jems24)
    what did you get for:
    a) IP Address
    b) Port Number
    c) Socket
    An IP address is the first numbery bit i.e: 192.168.2.44

    The port number is the :40300 bit

    The socket is both put together. I.E: 192.168.2.44:40300
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    (Original post by jems24)
    what did you get for:
    a) IP Address
    b) Port Number
    c) Socket
    A) the number before the colon (192.168.1.1 for example)
    B) the number after the colon (80 for example)
    C) the whole thing (192.168.1.1:80 for example)
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    (Original post by jems24)
    what did you get for:
    a) IP Address
    b) Port Number
    c) Socket
    IP - 192.something.3.205
    Port Number - 80 or 25
    Socket put them together?
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    (Original post by jems24)
    what did you get for:
    a) IP Address
    b) Port Number
    c) Socket
    i can't remember precisely but i think i chosen one of the IP address on the diagram and the port number is 80 and socket is something like 205:80 or something (cant remember precisely)!
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    I'm pretty sure I got an E in this exam. Found it really hard
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    (Original post by dying-divinity)
    I'm pretty sure I got an E in this exam. Found it really hard
    Thats what i think i got as well!
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    That was a lot better than I thought! Thanks to the people who said TCP/IP wouldn't come up, the only thing I forgot was the link to the external CSS sheet - fairly sure I lost all 3 marks there. Glad the flatbed scanner and FE cycle came up!

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