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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Probably not unfortunately. Dw 99/98 is still fine haha


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    Ah ok thanks


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    Unofficial mark scheme?


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    That was AWFUL.
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    Screw you edexcel, messed up big time on question 3 and question 5

    Think I got mid fifties
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    (Original post by DedicatedWizard)
    Omg how did the exam go guys? I found it easier than the C1 paper >.<


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    Aw Im glad you found yours that way-I found it awful.

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    What do you guys think the boundaries will be like?
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    wHICH ONE? i am pretty sure it ain't necessary for finding the area on a graph
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    (Original post by Anon_98)
    Hm...you seem to like doing this 'trolling' buisness huh?

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    Only for arrogant people, I'll be happy to help anyone who genuinely needs help
    Also there are some very helpful people on this forum.
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    i only got one mark out the whole paper, do you think the ums will put it up to a c?????
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    You'd understand if you're an A2 student, you don't need +c for integration at A2


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    (Original post by 99k)
    What do you guys think the boundaries will be like?
    High
    It was far far easier than previous years

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    (Original post by ToLiveInADream)
    That was AWFUL.
    dw
    what's your applied?
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    (Original post by greggkn)
    firstly i didn't take the 3 out when factorising the cubic so left it as (2x+1)(3x+12)(x-4). would i lose a mark for that? also on 8ia, I put sin^2x=cos^2x-1 (first time I've ever made that mistake) so got the rest of the question wrong and only got 0 as an x value. would i get any follow through marks or anything? finally i didn't take the positive of one of the areas on the integration so they cancelled slightly. would it be possible to estimate how many marks i would've lost
    reply you rats
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    (Original post by MarocMan)
    When will someone make an unofficial mark scheme?
    Here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post56016551
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    (Original post by domcandrews)
    You'd understand if you're an A2 student, you don't need +c for integration at A2


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    As it happens I am not ....
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    (Original post by greggkn)
    reply you rats
    I would say you'd lose anything between 1 and 75 marks.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    As it happens I am not ....
    Oh well, when you get to A2 you'll see for yourself 😀


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    mate we'll reply if we want to reply you skinny mug
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    (Original post by IvoryToast)
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    It was far far easier than previous years

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    Nah
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Cambridge is the only one that requires UMS really. Other then that an A is fine.


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    What UMS do Cambridge require?
 
 
 
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