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1. (Original post by failureofaperson)
I'd say 168-170/200

what do you think the grade boundaries for an A will be?
2. Couldn't you have 2:1.5 for 8a)? It's 4:3 divided by 2, so technically that is its simplest form, and I'm pretty sure you can have decimal points in ratios
3. (Original post by alishba-rosex)
did anyone get 40 on the last question and for trial+improvement x=3.7?
So confused as everyone as different answers
I also got x=3.7 and I'm almost certain it's right
4. hey guys x predicted boundaries for this year?! any ideas
5. (Original post by Maniac.Droid)
I got around 160/200 overall - what grade do you think this is?

I'm thinking its a high A or low A* depending on grade boundaries.
You'd be hard pushed for getting an A*, but hey, you never know
6. I'm hoping an A is about 130/200 I REALLY NEED AN A!!!
7. (Original post by ca.hardy)
I also got x=3.7 and I'm almost certain it's right

That's good and I hope we're both correct
8. (Original post by ca.hardy)
I also got x=3.7 and I'm almost certain it's right
What was the number it was equal to?
9. (Original post by B3ASTy)
I'm hoping an A is about 130/200 I REALLY NEED AN A!!!

SAME
10. (Original post by B3ASTy)
I'm hoping an A is about 130/200 I REALLY NEED AN A!!!
Good luck man. I really need an A too and I think I got around 145 marks but it could go down. Idk.

⚔🛡⚔~Nothing happens to anyone that he is not fitted by nature to bear - Maximus Decimus Meridius~⚔🛡⚔
11. (Original post by Charlie20165)
167 marks roughly, do you think the grade boundaries will be good enough to get an a*?
Don't get your hopes up, but I think that should do it
12. what if you wrote 45% on the first question? Same thing right?
13. You made a mistake with the guy's car after 3 years question. The question asked "has paul's car lost over half its price after 3 years?" )
14. (Original post by Benb2000)
What was the number it was equal to?
What do you mean?
15. Look let's settle this probability on stem leaf diagram question. IS IT 9/20 OR 0.45?
16. (Original post by ca.hardy)
What do you mean?
The equation x^3-5x =??? Has an answer between 3 and 4
17. (Original post by MovedMasterMike)
Look let's settle this probability on stem leaf diagram question. IS IT 9/20 OR 0.45?
its the same thing you can write whatever you want so long as its equal....
18. (Original post by FinleyBarry)
its the same thing you can write whatever you want so long as its equal....
good, cuz i wrote 9/20. And for question 3, I WROTE 37/4 INSTEAD OF 9.25
19. What if you wrote 45% for the first question? Same thing as 0.45 right?
20. Is there any way that I can see how many marks each question was worth?

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