# Edexcel FP2 June 2015 - Official ThreadWatch

3 years ago
#301
(Original post by mrno1324)
Most people are on the other one.
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3 years ago
#302
(Original post by TeeEm)
That guy kind of creeps me out
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3 years ago
#303
(Original post by StarvingAutist)
That guy kind of creeps me out
any better?
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3 years ago
#304
(Original post by TeeEm)
any better?
Yes, much better.. thanks
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3 years ago
#305
(Original post by TeeEm)
any better?

how does edexcel marking work?

For a Q, it said find the speed of (3i-4j).

What i did was found the correct speed (5m/s), but then went of a tangent and did some SUVAT equation to get another answer. Do they marks ONCE theyve seen the answer?

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3 years ago
#306
(Original post by Presque là)

how does edexcel marking work?

For a Q, it said find the speed of (3i-4j).

What i did was found the correct speed (5m/s), but then went of a tangent and did some SUVAT equation to get another answer. Do they marks ONCE theyve seen the answer?

I will but after 22.00
I am teaching now
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3 years ago
#307
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3376607
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3 years ago
#308

Are you trying to become the next Arsey?
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3 years ago
#309
(Original post by MrBowcat)
Are you trying to become the next Arsey?
do not insult me ...
how dare you ...
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3 years ago
#310
Didn't even know this thread existed, I've been living on my one
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3 years ago
#311
If I put a dotted line instead of a solid line on the argand diagram would I loose a mark?
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3 years ago
#312
(Original post by whatupchuck)
If I put a dotted line instead of a solid line on the argand diagram would I loose a mark?
Yes. A dotted line implies the circle is not included, so you would lose the mark.
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3 years ago
#313
(Original post by Alex:)
Yes. A dotted line implies the circle is not included, so you would lose the mark.
Ok... I can't remember was that a two marker?
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3 years ago
#314
I integrated tanx instead of 1/tanx for Q3, does this mean I lose all the marks for that question?
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3 years ago
#315
Apologies if there have already been some preliminary boundaries put up somewhere but if anyone could hazard a guess at what ums 69/75 would be that would be great...
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3 years ago
#316
(Original post by whatupchuck)
Apologies if there have already been some preliminary boundaries put up somewhere but if anyone could hazard a guess at what ums 69/75 would be that would be great...
Just below the A* i guess

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3 years ago
#317
(Original post by whatupchuck)
Apologies if there have already been some preliminary boundaries put up somewhere but if anyone could hazard a guess at what ums 69/75 would be that would be great...
It always scales halfway inbetween the 100 UMS and 80 UMS (A) boundary, and usually rounded up if it's a decimal. I'd say A is 64/75, so A* would be 69 or 70/75. So you'll probably get 88 ish, or exactly 90.

EDIT: Does anyone know if they penalise if you don't leave the answer in its simplest form (e.g. saying it's the 4th root of 64 instead of 2 root 2) or do they accept that as the 'or equivalent' mark? I didn't recognise that in the exam and my calculator gave 2.828 (should've knew this was 2x 1.414 which is root 2...)
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3 years ago
#318
last votes of the day on
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3376607
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3 years ago
#319
(Original post by TeeEm)
do not insult me ...
how dare you ...
I thought you were teaching?
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3 years ago
#320
(Original post by Presque là)
I thought you were teaching?
just finished
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