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    For Q8 i.: If i did the simplifying wrong and did the solving right and got about 9 solutions ( 6 wrong, but the other 3 correct) will I get any marks at all out of 3?
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    (Original post by prithika98)
    Damn!! Would I lose a mark for that?
    Yeah you would, I made the same mistake
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    Found it alright, but just like other people have said, many found it extremely hard.Let's all hope for low grade boundaries!
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    The M1 paper last year was definitely the most challenging AS module

    although you got a 100..
    Yes I would agree that it was 1000% the hardest module.
    Honestly I wouldnt be surprised to see a paper even harder this year.


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    Flopped c2 so bad
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    Flopped c2 so bad I wanna cry
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    retaking c2
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yes I would agree that it was 1000% the hardest module.
    Honestly I wouldnt be surprised to see a paper even harder this year.


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    That's why I haven't got my hopes up
    Since doing c4 though, hoping the second last or last question would be a vectors question
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    (Original post by penguin321)
    retaking c2


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    I'll join you 😃.(But for ocr).
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    I GOT THE INTEGERGRATION WRONG for one intergral!!! how many marks will i lose because i did part b correctly and made one intergral wrong in part a
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    (Original post by Yousf)
    I GOT THE INTEGERGRATION WRONG for one intergral!!! how many marks will i lose because i did part b correctly and made one intergral wrong
    Well that's a spelling I haven't seen before

    I'd say two out of five marks lost.


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    I think I've got an A/B border in C1 and a B in C2
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    For question 3 I used difference of two squares and factorised it to
    F(x)=(2x+1)(√3x-4√3)(√3x+4√3)
    Is this correct or is this not 'fully' factorised? How many marks would I get?
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    Anybody here agree that this is a lot more easier than a walk in the park comparing to that a**hole m3 paper?


    Anyways do you think my chances of getting 100% are gone because I didn't alter my sign in the geometric series(that ****ty log...). Although in the end I assessed the answer and wrote n=28
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    Flopped that :/
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    Is the unofficial mark scheme out yet?
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    Are there any threads for S1 and M1?
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    for 8(ii) the question was 4sin^2 x+ cosx= 4-k
    a) find k in terms of cos x.
    b) when k=3, find x from 0<x<360

    for a) i got 4cos^2 x-cos x=k
    cos x(4cosx-1)=k
    cos x =k or cos x=(1+k)/4
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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
    My Best Case Scenario:
    C1: 70 UMS
    C2: 53 UMS
    So: 57 UMS Required in S1 for a C (87 for a B)
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    would anyone be able to tell me what sort of grade ill be looking at with 64/75 for c1, 45/75 for c2, 56-62/75 for s1. Thanks
 
 
 
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