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    everyone here is stressing over their A* - I just want an A lol
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    (Original post by twigface)
    anyone got worked soloutions or question paper?
    check physics and maths tutor for the worked solutions - they will be up by tonight/ tomorrow . You need to email for the password however.This is the link http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...-maths-papers/
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    What do people think it will be for an A on this paper?
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    (Original post by PeterMJP)
    What do people think it will be for an A on this paper?
    People seem to have found this paper easier than last year, if tsr if anything to go by, but boundaries were very high last year so I can't see it fluctuating much. I'd say 62 should be an A tbh.
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    i got cos theta = 1/5
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    Does anyone know how many marks it was for 5a). Thanks
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    check physics and maths tutor for the worked solutions - they will be up by tonight/ tomorrow . You need to email for the password however.This is the link http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...-maths-papers/
    thanks. who do i emaiL?
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    (Original post by Cee cee98)
    i got cos theta = 1/5
    ah sorry but I don't think it was 1/5 :/
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    (Original post by Mattematics)
    Pretty sure every answer is now correct. Enjoy

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    cos(theta) was 4/5. Left it out by mistake.
    Q 8 c)....find k? what was this question? I don't remember such a question
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    (Original post by PeterMJP)
    What do people think it will be for an A on this paper?
    64/65
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    anyone know how many marks the parts of question 6 was worth
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    how many marks was 7b??
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    Probably going to lose around 7-8 marks. Bye A*
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    (Original post by twigface)
    thanks. who do i emaiL?
    here . physicsandmathstutor.com/contact
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    (Original post by ridazdi)
    Probably going to lose around 7-8 marks. Bye A*
    last year was 67 for an A* - you can lose up to 8 marks and still get it !
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    (Original post by I feel myself)
    64/65
    I doubt it would be that high as this would mean the A* boundary would be like 71/75..
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    not too sure about 3b although got something VERY simliar
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    Does anyone know how many marks for the question whose answer was K = 2? (I think it was on question 8 - exam stress made me completely miss it out) could you show me the method aswell. Thank you.
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    (Original post by ridazdi)
    Probably going to lose around 7-8 marks. Bye A*
    That's not that bad. I messed up easy vectors and messed up easy differential equations. Things that I normally do without any effort. I probably lost 15 at least. You probably still have it.
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    Definitely much easier than '15, and that was 69 for an A*. I would only imagine it'll be 71 for an A* and 65/66 for an A.
 
 
 
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