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    How much would I need to get on average in each module to get a B at AS do you think?

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    what if i got 20 in that exam?
    please tell me its 40 Ums

    also...Do you get 30 ums?
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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    How much would I need to get on average in each module to get a B at AS do you think?

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    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...nd-grades.html

    go right to the bottom, and theres ums/grade converter, its pretty good, i think thats wat your looking for
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    (Original post by Dieselblue)
    To find the minimum value of r yes you do differentiate. Then you say that dC/dr=0
    which you can to use to find r which I got was 2.92 and most others got. What I forgot to do is then use the value for r and substitute it back into 6πr^2+150/r to get 200/300 something. The last question really wasn't hard, especially compared to the one on C1.
    ahhh I see! thanks
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    May I ask whether you found the paper difficult because you didn't know how to do it?
    Or did you lose marks because of silly mistakes?


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    A bit of both really. e.g. some of those questions I knew how to do but I couldn't do it. Like that B-A=48 question. I got B-A=48 and knew I had to do some form of simultaneous equation but couldn't get to the second part to actually have an equation to solve! you?
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    I actually found that to be okay. However there was quite a few twisty questions


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    Thought it was quite a weird paper :s hopefully grade boundaries will be low XD What do you guys think 60 marks roughly would be?
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    (Original post by Squirrel246)
    Thought it was quite a weird paper :s hopefully grade boundaries will be low XD What do you guys think 60 marks roughly would be?
    im hoping its like in the 50s for an A, I got 45 and im aiming for an A so this was a big blow for me, idk if ill still be able to get an A
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    (Original post by boyyo)
    im hoping its like in the 50s for an A, I got 45 and im aiming for an A so this was a big blow for me, idk if ill still be able to get an A
    Yeah, I'm really hoping for an A too! I was so sad after this paper, thought it went so bad. I'm really hoping to pick up method marks!!! It doesn't help with A2s resitting and pulling up boundaries though :s It would be good if it was 50s for an A!
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    Does any one have an unofficial markscheme? Interested to know how i did
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    (Original post by 141802)
    Does any one have an unofficial markscheme? Interested to know how i did
    There is one around!!! You might have to search for it, but there is one 😊
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    Can someone post a link to the unofficial mark scheme. Cant find it!
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    (Original post by 141802)
    Can someone post a link to the unofficial mark scheme. Cant find it!
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3344369

    It is very unlikely it will be below 60 unfortunately. Unlike C1, it was pretty standard. I am betting it's 63 for an A. Which I got about 63
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    (Original post by Dieselblue)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3344369

    It is very unlikely it will be below 60 unfortunately. Unlike C1, it was pretty standard. I am betting it's 63 for an A. Which I got about 63
    Atleast your honest unlike people in denial thinking it was somehow some rogue crazy hard paper which it wasn't.


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    (Original post by Dieselblue)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3344369

    It is very unlikely it will be below 60 unfortunately. Unlike C1, it was pretty standard. I am betting it's 63 for an A. Which I got about 63
    Do you really think it was easier than last years paper?? And you only needed 60 for an A in June 2014 hmm.


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    (Original post by DDan123)
    Do you really think it was easier than last years paper?? And you only needed 60 for an A in June 2014 hmm.


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    I think it was easier. Albeit I didn't think last years was that hard. This one was easier though as every question was pretty standard although the paper had more of a C1 feel then other C2 papers that is what through people off maybe.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I think it was easier. Albeit I didn't think last years was that hard. This one was easier though as every question was pretty standard although the paper had more of a C1 feel then other C2 papers that is what through people off maybe.


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    I really don't know. When I did june 2014 as a mock I ended up getting 72, I thought the paper wasn't too challenging. This paper threw me off a little, I have no idea why. I do agree though, it wasn't insanely difficult just pretty different from your standard C2 papers in the past I think.


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    (Original post by DDan123)
    Do you really think it was easier than last years paper?? And you only needed 60 for an A in June 2014 hmm.


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    Everything but the geometric series question and the trig questions were very standard. Even still the trig question wasn't hard at all. I can understand why the geometric series one threw people off as it has some pretty difficult rearranging. But I still managed to get r=17/81.

    I think it was relatively standard. I would expect average mark schemes. No way will it be below 60 for an A. However I would expect very low boundaries for C1 because that was horrifically difficult. I got a terrible 54 in that.
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    (Original post by domcandrews)
    True I agree, but the problem is a lot of people want to get a top grade so they will do all the Solomon papers and stuff. I'm no expert but I think they will be around the 62 region, pre 2014 are not completely useless, they're still good practice , but more and more people are realising that to access the top grade they need to be doing more than just past papers


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    I'm no expert in grade boundaries but I can assure you that they will either be the same or go one up or down.... but who knows right?
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    (Original post by Dieselblue)
    Everything but the geometric series question and the trig questions were very standard. Even still the trig question wasn't hard at all. I can understand why the geometric series one threw people off as it has some pretty difficult rearranging. But I still managed to get r=17/81.

    I think it was relatively standard. I would expect average mark schemes. No way will it be below 60 for an A. However I would expect very low boundaries for C1 because that was horrifically difficult. I got a terrible 54 in that.
    I wont be surprised if grade boundaries don't go down. I have a feeling it will stay at 60 or probably go up to 61/62 for an A. C1 was pretty difficult aswell. Then again, in recent years the papers have been made more challenging. I was really confident about getting an A* prediction in maths If I do I'll probably scrape the 90 UMS average. C1 was so frustrating I made silly mistakes, think I got 64. Did better in C2, 68 atleast. Have to hope I can smash S1 now


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