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1. Thanks!
2. (Original post by AstarAstarA)
I think it is. It depends on the EXACT wording of the question. If it said, 'using the factor theorem, find the remainder of' or if it said just 'find the remainder'
it said using the remainder theorem and I used polynomial division but got the correct answer.
3. Anyone else get the wrong candidate number?
4. so guys, how many marks is 68 UMS?
why is the ums so low for an A?
5. what do u guys think 59-61/75 will be?
6. (Original post by enayet1999)
what do u guys think 59-61/75 will be?
Probably a B. a High B. An A is always about 64/64
7. (Original post by Luke4857)
so guys, how many marks is 68 UMS?
why is the ums so low for an A?
Because 90ums is an A* , but you cant get an A* this year. 68 UMS will probably be 50 marks. as 100 ums will be about 73/74
8. (Original post by marldor)
Because 90ums is an A* , but you cant get an A* this year. 68 UMS will probably be 50 marks. as 100 ums will be about 73/74
Still, what mark would that be?
9. (Original post by Luke4857)
Still, what mark would that be?
50/75 which is a C. But There is no point guessing grade boundaries.
10. What would 60/75 or 59/75 be??
11. 68 is never gonna be appropriate for an A so as far as I'm concerned, the criticism is apt.
12. (Original post by neil20143)
68 is never gonna be appropriate for an A so as far as I'm concerned, the criticism is apt.
Yeah, question 9 and 8 alone accounted for a lot of marks, many did not even do 9.
13. (Original post by marldor)
Because 90ums is an A* , but you cant get an A* this year. 68 UMS will probably be 50 marks. as 100 ums will be about 73/74
73/75 100 UMS yeh?

14. (Original post by FakeDumbledore)
Unlucky mate I've seen the official mark scheme and a few of these are wrong :/
Better luck next year in your resit...
where did you find the official markscheme
15. (Original post by neil20143)
68 is never gonna be appropriate for an A so as far as I'm concerned, the criticism is apt.
It's been 67/75 before (June 2006) and this paper was much easier than that one not just subjectively but with collective opinion
16. (Original post by saig599)
What would 60/75 or 59/75 be??
17. (Original post by AstarAstarA)
cheers
18. (Original post by saig599)
cheers
I'm very sorry to say
19. (Original post by errhhmbm)
would you get all the marks if you left it as a=9b+5
nope, it asked for b in terms of a
20. (Original post by AstarAstarA)
I'm very sorry to say
nah, its alright maybe next year...

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