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# Edexcel A2 C4 Mathematics June 2015 - Official Thread watch

1. (Original post by jackw220697)
C1: 87 ums
C2: 83 ums
C3:62/75
C4: 52/75
D1: 65/75
S1: 74 ums
Anyone have any idea what this would be? thanks
You need to get 480 out of 600ums to get an A so add them to see if you make 480!

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2. went from an A* mark from c3 to a B after c4 because I had a B from AS level, chances of me getting an A is impossible after today
3. So annoyed, been getting 70+ on every past paper and I end up getting 60 in that exam...

Will these raw marks be an A?

C1 - 75
C2 - 65
C3 - 62
C4 - 60
M1 - 68
S1 - 55 <-- nightmare

These are my worst case scenarios without thinking about potential method marks..... There's a little hope
4. Question 3
What did you find for the area in terms of Ln2
5. wasn't as bad as had anticipated - a lot will depend on method marks as a lot of the proofs I got slightly wrong towards the end so who knows...
6. Would 66 in both C3 and C4 be enough for an A*?
7. (Original post by somevirtualguy)
So annoyed, been getting 70+ on every past paper and I end up getting 60 in that exam...

Will these raw marks be an A?

C1 - 75
C2 - 65
C3 - 62
C4 - 60
M1 - 68
S1 - 55 <-- nightmare

These are my worst case scenarios without thinking about potential method marks..... There's a little hope
That is comfortably an A.
8. Arsey's online, so hopefully soon... 😶

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9. I didn't show any working for the limits insubstitution question , so annoyed, how many marks lost?
10. For the diff equation question i had my calculator in degrees mode for part c and got 27 or something. Why is this wrong.And i got the angke wron for the vectors question cos i wrote 4 + 15 = 21. Would i get follow through marks for the last part where you have to find the shortest value of B to l1
11. Question 3

What did you find for the area in terms of Ln2
12. C1 70
C2 70
S1 70
M1 62
C3 69
C4 62

Would i get an A*?
13. (Original post by Johann von Gauss)
Hahaha... that got me too.
Yeah was the only question I messed up on! Hope 72 is full ums
14. (Original post by toluluque)
C1 70
C2 70
S1 70
M1 62
C3 69
C4 62

Would i get an A*?
From what I've gathered, getting an A* is purely based on your average UMS from just C3 and C4, so it depends what the grade boundaries are for those two, I think you may just be able to manage it Fingers crossed!
15. Would I lose a mark on 3b) for not putting +C ??
16. Can't believe how many people were unaware that calculus only works with angles in radians. Hopefully you'll still get the majority of the marks though
17. Someone help me please? What overall grade is this likely to be?

249 UMS in AS
61 raw marks in D1 (2015)
61 raw marks in C3 (2015)
54 raw marks in C4 (2015)
18. (Original post by Rezaa)
Someone help me please? What overall grade is this likely to be?

249 UMS in AS
61 raw marks in D1 (2015)
61 raw marks in C3 (2015)
54 raw marks in C4 (2015)
High B, low A if your lucky.
19. Apparently the expansion was to the x^2 term. I did it to the x^3 term, how many marks do you recon I will loose? Keep in mind my root2 approximation will also be wrong.
20. (Original post by ThatGuyRik)
High B, low A if your lucky.
Lets hope the grade boundaries are low!

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