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    (Original post by Ikilliloot)
    I Swear the answer is 3.7, that's what i put. At first i put 3.8 then changed to 3.7.
    I put the 3.8 under the rule of if the middle (3.75) is too low *which it was) use the upper bound, being 3.8.
    But I can't say for certain.
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    (Original post by failureofaperson)
    I'd say 168-170/200
    Really?! A lot of A* calibrate students at my school, who predicted A* thought non-calculator was really hard and counted mid/early 70s (marks that is). Even if they got 80-90, that seems to high. I'm thinking it may be around 160-5.


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    Not convinced.
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    (Original post by jamesM22)
    Not convinced.
    x to 4dp is 3.7505 = 34.002 and quite clearly it is closer to 3.8 than 3.7. Either way one of us has it right!
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    (Original post by jamesM22)
    Jokes on you if you got 3.8. Answer was 3.7
    Really?
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    Why are people arguing whether it was 3.7 or 3.8? lol
    Move on, focus on your next exams

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    It looks like i have got around 80 on todays paper and around 60 on the non calc- will this get me an A ?
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    are the grade boundaries going go down because overall it was harder than june and November
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    (Original post by ad4m)
    the mark scheme accepts both usually.


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    Yeah, I reckon it would, since you don't have the other year groups etc. To compare them to, so either way it's valid
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    Has anyone found a pdf version of the paper?


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    (Original post by kgkb)
    are the grade boundaries going go down because overall it was harder than june and November
    I would have thought the boundaries will go up from June 2015, but not that high, more like average
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    (Original post by Bigpaddy27)
    It looks like i have got around 80 on todays paper and around 60 on the non calc- will this get me an A ?
    Yeah
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    What was question 9 about again?
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    (Original post by Ellaskilbeckx)
    What was question 9 about again?
    Angles/ parallel lines
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    Guys what Is 157/200?


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    (Original post by Zainab_5148)
    Guys what Is 157/200?


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    Very strong A. Not far off/ or just an A* depending on Grades allocated.
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    Glad its not just me! I was meant to get an A*... oops
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    Overall i got 70 Marks is that enough for a C grade?
    What is most likely going to be the mark for a grade C overall?
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    (Original post by Barnewell)
    80.4
    or 80.1 we are having a school debate, you couldd say a maths debate
    I got 80.3 after checking all the decimals😕
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    Anyone aware when the grade boundaries are released?
 
 
 
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