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# Edexcel C2 20th May 2015 *Official Thread* watch

1. C1-70/75- 91/100 +-2
C2-68/75- 91/100 +-2
According to summer 2014 calculation, I need 58(+-2) ums in M1 for an exact A.
M1 is horrible.
2. (Original post by castiel01)
Flopped c2 so bad I wanna cry
Me too. Lets cry together. ;((((

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3. I'm so cross with myself, I've been top of the class all year, got over 90% on all the practice papers (including the 'gold' ones) and then in the actual exam I go and make stupid mistakes, then forget how to do logs... I'd better not lose any marks in mechanics if I want a decent grade overall, definitely retaking next year!
4. I wish I knew. But worst case is losing just the final A mark, so it's not a disaster!
(Original post by ravichauhan11)
I did the same as you, my further maths teachers said that it's technically correct but they would have wanted you to take out the 3 to get 3(x-4)(x+4) but I'm not sure if our method is ok. Let me know if it is

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5. (Original post by frozo123)
just shutup you panzy, go revise
Whoa, dont get rude lil fgt
6. (Original post by Yousf)
i'll only get 2 marks whattttt n0000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000
You're getting trolled. If your method is correct then you will get marks and I'm pretty sure followthrough exists though I'm unsure how generous it is.
7. (Original post by Yousf)
Whoa, dont get rude lil fgt
"lil fgt" Shutup you inbred. Your mum and dad are probably first cousins.
You can't even spell integration correctly.
8. Can you still retake if you dont take maths on for A2 ?
9. (Original post by barbiex)
Can you still retake if you dont take maths on for A2 ?
Yes

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10. (Original post by usmanzubair)
C1-70/75- 91/100 +-2
C2-68/75- 91/100 +-2
According to summer 2014 calculation, I need 58(+-2) ums in M1 for an exact A.
M1 is horrible.
I agree
11. (Original post by Freddy-Francis)
I did the exact same. Is this correct? someone reply
No. Solving for cos(x) by factorising only works if equal to 0, so what you did was incorrect.
12. (Original post by frozo123)
"lil fgt" Shutup you inbred. Your mum and dad are probably first cousins.
You can't even spell integration correctly.
Whoaa watch out we got a badass over here
Yh i cant spl corecly probem?
13. (Original post by Jam3898)
You're getting trolled. If your method is correct then you will get marks and I'm pretty sure followthrough exists though I'm unsure how generous it is.
I asked my sir he said if you carry your wrong answer in the next part but you did the working correct, they can assume you know this stuff and pull you A1 mark only.
14. (Original post by Freddy-Francis)
I did the exact same. Is this correct? someone reply
No because then cosx=3 which isnt true.

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I'll join you 😃.(But for ocr).
Going in on that since I got 20/75
16. From the unofficial mark schemes I think I've got around 60-63 in both c1 and c2.

I really would like an A. what ums do you think I have at the moment and how high do I need to achieve in s1 to secure an A?
Thanks
17. (Original post by Yousf)
Whoaa watch out we got a badass over here
Yh i cant spl corecly probem?
Nah, but that 2/9 may be a problem
18. (Original post by TeeEm)
not really
what would be my gain?

when I see the paper I will revise my comment/estimate accordingly
I meant the picture
19. (Original post by RBoss)
I meant the picture
I see...
20. (Original post by andrewoldfield98)
I wish I knew. But worst case is losing just the final A mark, so it's not a disaster!
Yeah but I really wanted 100 ums hehe, hopefully 74 is 100 ums

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