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1. C4 Edexcel Maths Paper with SOLUTION - 16 June 2015.pdf
C4 Edexcel Maths Paper with SOLUTION - 16 June 2015.pdf
C4 Edexcel Maths Paper with SOLUTION - 16 June 2015.pdf

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2. (Original post by Sam.B57)
I think I got 68 in C3, and then about 63 in C4, what grade do peoples think would that be - A or A*?
both A
3. Nah that will be a A* in c3 and A in c4 and u will probably need the grade boundaries to be good to get a A* but u never know
4. I'm predicting 65 for a A* in both
5. (Original post by Sam.B57)
I think I got 68 in C3, and then about 63 in C4, what grade do peoples think would that be - A or A*?

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6. For 8b) I had my limit as 2-1/ln3. so My final answer was

9^(2-1/ln3) - 55 all divided by ln9. and then times pi. I just checked and swapping my answer with the actual limit of 2 and gives the correct answer. How many marks do I lose?
7. Reckon I got 66 in both, would that be enough for 180 UMS?
8. For question 7c) if i put 4000 instead of 4 would I get 1 or 2 marks?
For question 8b) If i integrated 9^2x instead of 3^2x plus the fact I couldn't get the exact volume of the cone (because I didnt have time to simplify to get Q in 8a), but showed correctly how to get it, how many would I loose? (Also assuming I didn't write a final answer) ... ?

Someone please respond, I'd be eternally grateful
9. (Original post by sebanthony)
last year 259UMS

this year D1 -65
C3 - 70
C4 -45
What grade do you think this is!?
Mate that's crazy, I'd say a U x
10. (Original post by jayjay531)
For question 7c) if i put 4000 instead of 4 would I get 1 or 2 marks?
For question 8b) If i integrated 9^2x instead of 3^2x plus the fact I couldn't get the exact volume of the cone (because I didnt have time to simplify to get Q in 8a), but showed correctly how to get it, how many would I loose? (Also assuming I didn't write a final answer) ... ?

Someone please respond, I'd be eternally grateful
For question 8b you'd probably get 2/3 method marks, just none of the answer marks
11. (Original post by RyanB184)
Mate that's crazy, I'd say a U x
cheers boi x
12. I think i got 75 in c3 but 74 in c4, is that enough for an A*?
13. (Original post by xKay)
I think i got 75 in c3 but 74 in c4, is that enough for an A*?

14. (Original post by xKay)
I think i got 75 in c3 but 74 in c4, is that enough for an A*?
nope short by one mark
15. (Original post by games211)
nope short by one mark
Aww shucks
16. (Original post by xKay)
I think i got 75 in c3 but 74 in c4, is that enough for an A*?
Sorry to break it to you..that's a U
17. (Original post by xKay)
I think i got 75 in c3 but 74 in c4, is that enough for an A*?
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18. You guys have ruined my day
19. This is really not fair, i have double checked the spec and looked through 3 text books and it does not state anywhere that you have to integrate 3^x or anything similar. So i was never taught it and never came across it in exams.
Im going to loose six marks because of it
20. (Original post by hasan6091)
This is really not fair, i have double checked the spec and looked through 3 text books and it does not state anywhere that you have to integrate 3^x or anything similar. So i was never taught it and never came across it in exams.
Im going to loose six marks because of it
Have you had a look at the jan 13 exam?

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