# Higher Maths :: Post-Exam Discussion :: 2010 :: Did you make it out alive?Watch

Poll: How did you find it?
Very hard. Thank god for appeals/resits! :( (34)
20.36%
Not too sure, and I don't want to think about it. :indiff: (68)
40.72%
Very easy! :thumbsup: (27)
16.17%
I don't care if I failed [i]or[/i] passed, maths is finally done with! :talkhand: :dancing: (8)
4.79%
Shoot me now. :bawling: (30)
17.96%
8 years ago
#301
for paper 1 Q22a)ii) if you didnt put (x-1)^2 and just left as (x-1)(x-1)(2x+5) would you loose a mark?
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8 years ago
#302
think i might of got around 105/130 im not sure...*crosses fingers*

paper 2's last few questions ughhhhhhhhh ==
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8 years ago
#303
(Original post by iscool)
please can i has paper 1 section b answers. im depending on getting a good mark for these to get a B.....otherwise its boring geography at uni for me........im just gonna go cry in a corner now
(Original post by iscool)
is 16. really C??? YUSSSS! please be C
Confirmed Answers:Paper 1, Section A

1. a
2. c
3. d
4. a
5. b
6. d
7. c
8. b
9. c
10. b
11. d
12. a
13. b
14. c
15. c
16. a
17. b
18. b
19. c
20. a
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8 years ago
#304
for paper 1 Q22a)ii) if you didnt put (x-1)^2 and just left as (x-1)(x-1)(2x+5) would you loose a mark?
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8 years ago
#305
This may be a extremely stupid and desperate question, but if you use the right strategy for a question but didn't use the write numbers or anything like that but realised the question was asking you about, for example, integration, would you get at least a mark or two.
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8 years ago
#306
I found this years paper 2 harder than last year so I hope the grad boundary goes to 70% or stays static
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8 years ago
#307
answers to papaer 1 section B?
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8 years ago
#308
(Original post by Livesindreams)
This may be a extremely stupid and desperate question, but if you use the right strategy for a question but didn't use the write numbers or anything like that but realised the question was asking you about, for example, integration, would you get at least a mark or two.
You get marks for knowing what to do so as long as you communicate with the marker you should get some credit
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8 years ago
#309
Hi everybody.today evrydy had Higher maths paper,n hope so all did well.I wana ask that paper 2 woz so solid.i couldn get sm question.As it woz so difficult would the examiner put down the %age for A.I mean at wat % would be A now?
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8 years ago
#310
(Original post by garlicbreadman)
You get marks for knowing what to do so as long as you communicate with the marker you should get some credit
Okay well for a lot of questions I knew you were to differentiate and to integrate and to sub it into the equation and such.
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8 years ago
#311
So, anyone else have any idea from teachers regarding possible A boundary?
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8 years ago
#312
(Original post by garlicbreadman)
So, anyone else have any idea from teachers regarding possible A boundary?
I reckon the boundary will remain at around 71.5 per cent like last year. I can't see them increasing it's not fair
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8 years ago
#313
only got about 66% becaasue of stupid mistakes in paper 1 (got 11/20 for multiple choice ffs when im getting at least 17 in every past paper).

COMPLETE waste of a year i might not even get a B, got 86% in paper 2 though and that was apparently harder according to friends
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8 years ago
#314
(Original post by garlicbreadman)
I got 65/70 in paper 1, and about 34 in paper 2, so about 75% as well

Your sorta sitting at 76.1%, im at 74.8% round about, should get rounded up to 75%

I might get more, it just depends how strict the sqa are with errors carried :/

I got 54 Paper 1 (Multi choice was baaaddd, 28/40 :/ ) and 43/60 P2

eeeekkkkkk, i hope we get A's
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8 years ago
#315
LuhLah (OP), please place this on the original post.

View 2010 Higher Maths Paper 2
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8 years ago
#316
(Original post by matthew93)
Ahhh! Like everyone is saying, Paper 1 was easy, and Paper 2 was impossible!

I think i'll still scrape an A, i know for definite than Question 6 in Paper 2 (Integration) gave an overall answer of 9/2 for the co-ord AND the area.
Plus Q7b) in P2 was 3^8, which is 6561.

Our whole room was writing the multi-choice answers on scrap-paper, then got told after 10 minutes we have to write the working in the booklet! So we got about 5 minutes extra time to copy our answers over!

Overall - meh
Wait - what?

I thought you put your answers on the objective sheet?

Did you actually have to write working in the booklet? What if you didn't do any?
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8 years ago
#317
(Original post by Bainyyyy)
Your sorta sitting at 76.1%, im at 74.8% round about, should get rounded up to 75%

I might get more, it just depends how strict the sqa are with errors carried :/

I got 54 Paper 1 (Multi choice was baaaddd, 28/40 :/ ) and 43/60 P2

eeeekkkkkk, i hope we get A's
I didn't have enough time to do the area intergration Q6 properly They really should give more time for paper 2 and less for paper 1
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8 years ago
#318
I think I have between 100-107 so I hope my working was alright...
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8 years ago
#319
I think Ive got 102/130 which is 78.5 percent...I hope the boundaries are low...
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8 years ago
#320
Same, I really don't think they will put the grade boundary at 101/130 this year seeing as 2005-2008 was much easier.
It has mostly been 101/130 for an A but last year it dropped to 93/130

What did everyone think of paper 2 this year in comparison to paper 1?
I thought paper 2 was harder compared to last year's paper 2. Who agrees?
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