Edexcel GCSE Mathematics May/June 2016 Official Thread

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    The last one included the value for the big triangle as 0.25. That's all I remember.
    What did people get for the graphic equation
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    What did people get for the circle theorem question


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    (Original post by oen1bh)
    What did people get for the circle theorem question


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    (Original post by TheDragonGuy)
    Yes you are. I didnt sit this exam as I sat it a year early last year, how did it go guys?
    It was weird and annoying:/ loads of the stuff I hate came up which isn't great - don't think I've done awfully but just not as well as I should've/could've done


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    Yeah this exam was much better than I thought it would be XD I think I lost at least 31 marks out of 100 from the questions I didn't answer (that is Q10 Q12 Q14 Q17b Q18 Q19 Q24 and Q25 and yes I did write what number questions I didn't anwser on my hand XD)
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    I got 69 and laughed for a solid minute or two. I'm still a 12 year old...
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    (Original post by GCSElyfe)
    I'm confused are we allowed to talk about the answers??


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    Yep you can talk about this exam and the answers
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    [QUOTE=oen1bh;65190281]What did people get for the circle theorem question]



    I forgot to write the angle 🙃🙃
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    Anyone esle think they have done okay



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    Probability I got 25/84 anyone else? 1637 small spheres could be made form melting the metal. 199cm^3 for the pentagon area. Acceleration = 2secs 60 muffins could be made with the sugar and he made 30 with the milk. The line equation was y=4/3X-4.75
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    (Original post by GCSElyfe)
    I'm confused are we allowed to talk about the answers??


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    Heya, it's fine to talk about the answers on TSR
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    anyone have an unofficial mark scheme. feeling quite nervous about this paper
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    (Original post by LogicalFallacy)
    Could somebody direct me to the unofficial markscheme please? If not, should I set one up?
    Go set one up :dumbells:
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    (Original post by oen1bh)
    What did people get for the circle theorem question


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    (Original post by letsmakemarksche)
    Probability I got 25/84 anyone else? 1637 small spheres could be made form melting the metal. 199cm^3 for the pentagon area. Acceleration = 2secs 60 muffins could be made with the sugar and he made 30 with the milk. The line equation was y=4/3X-4.75
    Also 63 degrees for the Circle and 52% for rupees
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    (Original post by letsmakemarksche)
    Probability I got 25/84 anyone else? 1637 small spheres could be made form melting the metal. 199cm^3 for the pentagon area. Acceleration = 2secs 60 muffins could be made with the sugar and he made 30 with the milk. The line equation was y=4/3X-4.75
    I think u did a different exam? Aqa?
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    [QUOTE=GCSElyfe;65190359][QUOTE=oen1bh;65190281]What did people get for the circle theorem question]

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    what did people get for the last question
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    (Original post by letsmakemarksche)
    Probability I got 25/84 anyone else? 1637 small spheres could be made form melting the metal. 199cm^3 for the pentagon area. Acceleration = 2secs 60 muffins could be made with the sugar and he made 30 with the milk. The line equation was y=4/3X-4.75
    Yea and I got that Brians father was 89 years old but Brenda his mother was only 23
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    (Original post by letsmakemarksche)
    Also 63 degrees for the Circle and 52% for rupees
    AQA unofficial markscheme is here :woo:
 
 
 
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