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    (Original post by edothero)
    Try not to facepalm lmao
    Could you do cumulative best-worst please?
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    2b) Managed to get 24,16; -24,-16.

    Don't know how..

    managed to get x=\dfrac{3}{2}y

    And sub in etc etc
    Probably arithmetic error somewhere..
    (Out of 6)
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    6b) Stupid error.

    Integrated \dfrac{1}{2}+\dfrac{cos2x}{2}

    as \dfrac{x}{2}-\dfrac{sin2x}{4}

    hence the wrong answer.
    (Out of 3)
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    7b)
    (Found c=-ln(3))

    Here's where the nerves kicked in.

    ln\dfrac{(\dfrac{P-2}{P})}{3}=\dfrac{1}{2}sin2tP=\dfrac{2}{1-3e^{\frac{1}{2}sin2t}}

    Then I wrote 'divide by 3' and wrote the answer (last second panic guess)
    (That question is out of 7.)
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    7c) used 4000..(Out of 3)
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    8a) I left my answer as \dfrac{18ln3-9}{9ln3}

    Which is the same answer just not simplified. As they question just asked for the 'exact value'(That was out of 4.)
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    8b) (rookie mistake incoming)

    \displaystyle\int y\ dx - \dfrac{1}{3}\pi^{2}(2-h)

    And integrated that correctly to get an incorrect answer.

    You're probably laughing lmao.
    Still don't know, and probably never will know what possessed me to forget that you had to square y and multiply the integral by pi.
    (out of 6)
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    Thanks.
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    Think I won't be able to get an A* unfortunately, unless the grade boundaries are ridiculously low.
    Angry with myself for making the most stupidest mistakes lol, f**cked up a golden opportunity.
    I don't know what it is, but with the C3 and C4 exams I was really really nervous..
    Leading to the most stupidest mistakes ever.

    Absolutely gutted:cry2:
    give me 5 minutes or so
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    give me 5 minutes or so
    The bad news is that that is a lot of marks

    The good news is that the paper might be harder than I originally thought.
    I will try to do the solutions to this paper myself (only then I can truly establish difficulty) as some of my students have asked me. One of my students is distraught because unless he gets A* in Maths he cannot go to University.
    I can only do this on Thursday when I am completely off.

    Now your marks

    best case -11
    worse case -13

    I hope it is not as bad as you think.

    EDIT: I am answering myself ... long day
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    (Original post by edothero)
    Try not to facepalm lmao
    Could you do cumulative best-worst please?
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    2b) Managed to get 24,16; -24,-16.

    Don't know how..

    managed to get x=\dfrac{3}{2}y

    And sub in etc etc
    Probably arithmetic error somewhere..
    (Out of 6)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    6b) Stupid error.

    Integrated \dfrac{1}{2}+\dfrac{cos2x}{2}

    as \dfrac{x}{2}-\dfrac{sin2x}{4}

    hence the wrong answer.
    (Out of 3)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    7b)
    (Found c=-ln(3))

    Here's where the nerves kicked in.

    ln\dfrac{(\dfrac{P-2}{P})}{3}=\dfrac{1}{2}sin2tP=\dfrac{2}{1-3e^{\frac{1}{2}sin2t}}

    Then I wrote 'divide by 3' and wrote the answer (last second panic guess)
    (That question is out of 7.)
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    7c) used 4000..(Out of 3)
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    8a) I left my answer as \dfrac{18ln3-9}{9ln3}

    Which is the same answer just not simplified. As they question just asked for the 'exact value'(That was out of 4.)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    8b) (rookie mistake incoming)

    \displaystyle\int y\ dx - \dfrac{1}{3}\pi^{2}(2-h)

    And integrated that correctly to get an incorrect answer.

    You're probably laughing lmao.
    Still don't know, and probably never will know what possessed me to forget that you had to square y and multiply the integral by pi.
    (out of 6)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Thanks.
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    Think I won't be able to get an A* unfortunately, unless the grade boundaries are ridiculously low.
    Angry with myself for making the most stupidest mistakes lol, f**cked up a golden opportunity.
    I don't know what it is, but with the C3 and C4 exams I was really really nervous..
    Leading to the most stupidest mistakes ever.

    Absolutely gutted:cry2:
    The bad news is that that is a lot of marks

    The good news is that the paper might be harder than I originally thought.
    I will try to do the solutions to this paper myself (only then I can truly establish difficulty) as some of my students have asked me. One of my students is distraught because unless he gets A* in Maths he cannot go to University.
    I can only do this on Thursday when I am completely off.

    Now your marks
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    The bad news is that that is a lot of marks

    The good news is that the paper might be harder than I originally thought.
    I will try to do the solutions to this paper myself (only then I can truly establish difficulty) as some of my students have asked me. One of my students is distraught because unless he gets A* in Maths he cannot go to University.
    I can only do this on Thursday when I am completely off.

    Now your marks

    best case -11
    worse case -13

    I hope it is not as bad as you think.

    EDIT: I am answering myself ... long day
    C3: 60-63
    C4: 62-63

    Safe to assume I will not be getting and A* unfortunately.
    My offer is AAA but what I'm most upset about is if I had done those papers in my free time at home I would've probably got 70+ in both..
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    C1:95
    C2:81
    S1:77

    C3:60-63 (marks)
    C4: 62-63 (marks)
    S2:

    FP1:71 (marks)
    M1: 67 (marks)
    D1 :55-60 (marks)
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    (Original post by edothero)
    C3: 60-63
    C4: 62-63

    Safe to assume I will not be getting and A* unfortunately.
    My offer is AAA but what I'm most upset about is if I had done those papers in my free time at home I would've probably got 70+ if both..
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    C1:95
    C2:81
    S1:77

    C3:60-63 (marks)
    C4: 62-63 (marks)
    S2:

    FP1:71 (marks)
    M1: 67 (marks)
    D1 :55-60 (marks)
    Pressure is something we all feel ...
    Wait for the results and let us hope the only damage is to the ego rather than the University entry.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Pressure is something we all feel ...
    Wait for the results and let us hope the only damage is to the ego rather than the University entry.
    Should realistically have a good chance of getting an A though, right?
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    (Original post by edothero)
    Should realistically have a good chance of getting an A though, right?
    I think A is safe
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I think A is safe
    I think I'll be sitting S2 to keep my A in FM AS because if all else fails in S2 they'll probably swap it with M1 which I probably hit 90+ in..

    Thanks for your help, would rep but it won't let me
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    (Original post by edothero)
    I think I'll be sitting S2 to keep my A in FM AS because if all else fails in S2 they'll probably swap it with M1 which I probably hit 90+ in..

    Thanks for your help, would rep but it won't let me
    no worries.
    Goodnight
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    Are you likely to be doing Maths, Physics or Engineering next year?

    then
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    (Original post by JamieF95)
    Do you mind telling me how many marks you think I will get for the following :6b) Left the answer as pi+ root3/2 + pi/3. IDIOT!7c) Put in 4000 and then stopped at the point Arsey realised he made the mistake in his solutions.8b) I only figured out the volume of the cone.

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    6b you may lose 1 or get away with it
    7c you may lose 2 or possibly 3
    8b ifyou only found the volume of the cone you will lose 5
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    (Original post by Medicjug)
    Haha much calmer can you help me?

    I made a very stupid mistake in 5a) and instead of differentiating one of the terms I saw 1/t and integrated it how many marks does this lose.

    2) also made a mistake when subbing in the bounds in q8

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    5a loses max 2 (M1A1)
    8b may lose 1 (or 2)
    (more likely 1 mark as there are only 6 marks total, so losing 2 is extremely harsh)
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    (Original post by Dylann)
    If I used degrees and got 27.1 will I lose all 3 marks or will I lose just 1? I don't take further maths so my "understanding" of maths perhaps isn't that great and I've never thought about degrees vs radians in calculus, and I can't remember anyone ever saying we should use radians. 27.1 years seemed a reasonable answer for a population question too. Will they be lenient?

    And I also wrote 7.45 rather than 7.46 for the last vector length question...will I lose my accuracy mark or again do you think they'll be lenient?

    Thanks.
    marking schemes are pre-produced as provisional ...
    A sample of questions is then marked.the purpose of that is to see things such as:

    a large proportion of student interpreting a certain part a question incorrectly
    tending to make the same type of mistake in another part etc

    then the marking scheme is amended and is called final

    I would imagine if many people worked in degrees make 27.1 as SC2, in other words if the answer 27.1 is obtained allow 2 marks as a special case (SC).

    the incorrect rounding again it depends on what the final marking scheme says.
    AWRT 7.46 will lose 1 mark (answers which round to)
    AWRT 7.5 will not lose marks.

    I could not possibly predict what the marking scheme will say, but this is what will generally happen.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    marking schemes are pre-produced as provisional ...
    A sample of questions is then marked.the purpose of that is to see things such as:

    a large proportion of student interpreting a certain part a question incorrectly
    tending to make the same type of mistake in another part etc

    then the marking scheme is amended and is called final

    I would imagine if many people worked in degrees make 27.1 as SC2, in other words if the answer 27.1 is obtained allow 2 marks as a special case (SC).

    the incorrect rounding again it depends on what the final marking scheme says.
    AWRT 7.46 will lose 1 mark (answers which round to)
    AWRT 7.5 will not lose marks.

    I could not possibly predict what the marking scheme will say, but this is what will generally happen.
    I did not know that, that's a very helpful explanation, thanks a lot sir.


    Hopefully I'll get an A*

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    (Original post by Dylann)
    I did not know that, that's a very helpful explanation, thanks a lot sir.


    Hopefully I'll get an A*

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    (Original post by ps1265A)
    TeeEm, could you help me with method marks please?
    I will do my best

    By the way unless you use the quote button people cannot see you
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    (Original post by jayjay531)
    how close do you think i'll be?
    2 to 6 UMS under the required total of 180
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    marking schemes are pre-produced as provisional ...
    A sample of questions is then marked.the purpose of that is to see things such as:

    a large proportion of student interpreting a certain part a question incorrectly
    tending to make the same type of mistake in another part etc

    then the marking scheme is amended and is called final

    I would imagine if many people worked in degrees make 27.1 as SC2, in other words if the answer 27.1 is obtained allow 2 marks as a special case (SC).

    the incorrect rounding again it depends on what the final marking scheme says.
    AWRT 7.46 will lose 1 mark (answers which round to)
    AWRT 7.5 will not lose marks.

    I could not possibly predict what the marking scheme will say, but this is what will generally happen.
    TeeEm, do you know any D2?
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    (Original post by metaltron)
    TeeEm, do you know any D2?
    Sorry but none whatsoever
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Sorry but none whatsoever
    You are pure.


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