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# Arsey's Edexcel C1 Summer 2013 Model Solutions BOTH PAPERS Watch

1. (Original post by Dilzo999)
Will you be doing M3?
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...6#post47656956
2. (Original post by Arsey)
Here are my solutions to the Core 1 paper. Reasonably straight forward paper I thought.

I think it will be about 62-63 for an A.

I have also uploaded my solutions to the international paper which I thought was quite a bit harder. However I made 2 errors
Make that 3 errors, on question 10a) international C1 paper summer 2013, they will expect you to work out C for all 6 marks
3. (Original post by Arsey)
Absolutely - I cannot wait.
What time will you post the unofficial mark scheme for c1?
4. I think there's a mistake in Q11d of the normal paper. The actual answer is 2 root 10. You got the coordinates wrong.
5. (Original post by eruantion)
I think there's a mistake in Q11d of the normal paper. The actual answer is 2 root 10. You got the coordinates wrong.
Nah.
6. What is c1r???
7. (Original post by john122334455)
What is c1r???
R papers are regional versions of the relevant papers taken in different times zones outside uk, e.g. in Asia and China.
They are based on the same specification and are supposed to be of equal difficulty

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8. Suck my junk
9. got this one right

75 = 100ums
69 = 90ums
63 = 80ums
56 = 70ums

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