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    For question 3...
    Why is it not
    f(x) = (2x+1) (3x+12) (x-4)
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    Ok I just seen the paper and looking back it does not seem hard if I was not panicked/pressured and I was in a comfortable setting I could have easily done better.. I don't know what happened in that exam honestly, I have made mistakes in every question and have not got a single answer correct apart from say 4 which is horrendous and I missed that entire page on the trig questions and a couple more.. so i'm defo looking at a U grade for C2 i've never felt this bad in my entire life
    Will uni's know of our AS grades? Also i'm not taking maths to A2 but will I still be able to retake c2 to get a better AS grade overall or not?
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    (Original post by slugmonkey97)
    64/75 c1 53/75 c2...

    ( Best Case Scenario )
    70ums c2
    90ums c1
    so 80 ums needed in M1

    Worst Case Scenario (Taking Jan 2013 boundaries for c2)
    C2- 64 ums
    C1 - 80ums
    therefore 96 in m1
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    (Original post by slugmonkey97)
    64/75 c1 53/75 c2...
    Same!

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    Always a bonus when your teacher runs out of time to teach you all of C2, messed me up from every angle, woop😩😩 uni dreams can stay dreams😳
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    (Original post by prithika98)
    For question 3...
    Why is it not
    f(x) = (2x+1) (3x+12) (x-4)
    You can factor out a 3 so (3x + 12) = 3(x + 4)
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    Scraping an A again. Always happens in Maths. Grade boundaries will probably be high because Edexcel is Edexcel and A2 students inflating boundaries. Probably 64 for an A with my luck and I'll barely get over 80 UMS.
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    (Original post by Boundless_x)
    You can factor out a 3 so (3x + 12) = 3(x + 4)
    Damn!! Would I lose a mark for that?
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    Full in both.. They were so easy
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    ( Best Case Scenario )
    70ums c2
    90ums c1
    so 80 ums needed in M1

    Worst Case Scenario (Taking Jan 2013 boundaries for c2)
    C2- 64 ums
    C1 - 80ums
    therefore 96 in m1
    thanks man
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    (Original post by alishab97)
    paper and answers are her so you can check
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3344369
    Thanks!!


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    I think I got 62/75 in c1 and 25/75 in c2, awful I know!
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    (Original post by RK1998)
    Thank you

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    You're welcome! Good luck with checking out your answers and rest of your exams
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    (Original post by slugmonkey97)
    thanks man

    I reckon 85 ums should get you an A
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    (Original post by Neilg99)
    Full in both.. They were so easy
    **** off
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    B and a C so far :/ Have to get an A in S1 then, which is very doable.

    Lost really stupid marks in both, really stupid.
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    (Original post by prithika98)
    For question 3...
    Why is it not
    f(x) = (2x+1) (3x+12) (x-4)
    Because you can simplify the middle bracket by dividing by 3
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    According to this stuff,

    C1 - 70/75
    C2 - 71/75

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    Fck off man... 60/75 in c1 and 62/75 in c2. Safe to say that I can kiss goodbye to A grade in maths with s1 likely to be a monster of a paper...
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    Will I get any marks for using the identity sin^2x=1-cos^2x in question 8)ii)a?
 
 
 
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