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    (Original post by Rajive)
    What do you think you might get?
    I'm a Maths teacher and I had (a small) top set year 11... I am predicting 12 x A*, 8 x A and 4 x B, but a couple of those As could move to A* and a couple of the Bs could move to A I think.
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    (Original post by MissBdaviesMaths)
    I'm a Maths teacher and I had (a small) top set year 11... I am predicting 12 x A*, 8 x A and 4 x B, but a couple of those As could move to A* and a couple of the Bs could move to A I think.
    Oh so sorry, what is your perspective on the grade boundaries for an A this year?
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    (Original post by MovedMasterMike)
    Do you know roughly the grade boundaries for this year??
    Nobody does until they are released by the board. I expect they will be fairly average, so 163ish for an A*, 133ish for an A, 100ish for a B, 55ish for a C, 30ish for a D and 15ish for an E.
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    (Original post by Rajive)
    Oh so sorry, what is your perspective on the grade boundaries for an A this year?
    No worries! See my next post...
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4158123
    Grade boundaries- predictions
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    (Original post by MissBdaviesMaths)
    No worries! See my next post...
    Lol i dont' remember the comment section is suppose to be a english lesson when we are talking about maths lol. So what i can put "your" if i want lol, i'm typing care.
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    (Original post by Lucofthewoods)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4158123
    Grade boundaries- predictions
    This could be an exam question "What is wrong with this questionnaire?"

    Answer: No "Greater than 169"
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    Doesn't this use the halfway point to decide which way to go, same as those who wrote 3.8 did?

    (Original post by Ikilliloot)
    Bro your 100% right the answer is 3.7, not 3.8 this proves it, on this trial and improvement question, question 11.

    http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/papers/2hjune2012ans.pdf

    Like you 3.7 is closer because when you take away the number from ti, it's closer than 3.8.

    People that thinks the answer is 3.8 is wrong lol.
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    where is the mark Scheme for foundation paper
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    Can you get the actual worked out solutions of the exam paper for this exam?
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    (Original post by DrPeter)
    This could be an exam question "What is wrong with this questionnaire?"

    Answer: No "Greater than 169"
    True haha- I can't bear the thought of them being that high!
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    (Original post by Ikilliloot)
    Lol i dont' remember the comment section is suppose to be a english lesson when we are talking about maths lol. So what i can put "your" if i want lol, i'm typing care.
    You said I was wrong in quite an abrupt way, criticising my maths and you didn't even use the correct grammar to do so. Take the defeat graciously and learn from it. Mistakes are beneficial if we use them as a learning opportunity. Good luck for your English results too!
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    (Original post by MissBdaviesMaths)
    You said I was wrong in quite an abrupt way, criticising my maths and you didn't even use the correct grammar to do so. Take the defeat graciously and learn from it. Mistakes are beneficial if we use them as a learning opportunity. Good luck for your English results too!
    I think I got 166- any chance of an a*? Please be honest
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    (Original post by Lucofthewoods)
    I think I got 166- any chance of an a*? Please be honest
    Everyone on here is saying the exam was "easy" - but I know a lot of people who struggled with it so I would say yes....but don't take my word for it


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    (Original post by Name taken)
    For the last question I can't remember exactly what I did at the start but I split the triangle into two which gave me two right angled triangles. I was then able to use Pythagoras to find out the missing lengths then the cosine rule to find out the angle for each triangle which I added together at the end. Would this still not be relevant?
    Apologies for delay.

    Finding the angle (using absinC/2) followed by trigonometry, pythagoras, subtraction and trigonometry followed by adding the angles together is a ridiculously, long-winded and brilliantly way of doing it, well done !!!
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    (Original post by Ikilliloot)
    Lol i dont' remember the comment section is suppose to be a english lesson when we are talking about maths lol. So what i can put "your" if i want lol, i'm typing care.
    You can stop saying "lol"now.
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    For the last question, how many marks do you think I would get for working out up to 40 degrees? 1 mark or 2?
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    ]Guys i wrote 9.25 bot 9.25cm will i get peanalised on the premieter question



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    (Original post by legend.786)
    ]Guys i wrote 9.25 bot 9.25cm will i get peanalised on the premieter question



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    no because x was not measured in cm


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    (Original post by avin101agiggle)
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    i shouldn't be doing this so early on a saturday
    you dont round based on the closest value lol
 
 
 
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