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    if this is right then ive got 42/43 outta 45 🎉🎉🎉🎉


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    i think there was only 3???? for question 8


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    guys what do you think the grade boundaries will be
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    (Original post by dons178)
    guys what do you think the grade boundaries will be
    For the listening, I'd say quite low maybe around 27-30 for an A*? That will probably be countered by relatively higher grade boundaries on the reading, possibly 35-38 for an A*. Just my predictions, though, so there's no reason why I would be right.
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    I don't remember Q1 answers? Can someone remind me of the question please?
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    (Original post by Serenium)
    Hi everyone,

    Same as before, let's try and compile a mark scheme for the reading paper from today.

    1)
    a. He has a positive relationship with his workers
    b. i. Fashion
    b. ii. Socialising and coping with money
    b. iii. Writing to the council
    b. iv. Technology

    2) Mountain biking
    a. To be closer to nature
    b. The views
    c. Admire the spectacular lake
    d. Try the cakes
    e. The route is uneven (i.e. not flat)

    3)
    a. juntos
    b. ya no
    c. excepto
    d. por eso

    4)
    Example: discuss difficult subjects with the doctor
    a. Organise private teaching for the patients
    b. Reserve a family room for parents
    c. Provide emotional support for relatives

    5) Obsessions
    a. Body building
    b. Healthy eating
    c. Cleanliness

    6)
    a. Who can manage their workload: A + F
    b. Who works better in groups: F
    c. Who is concerned about the environment: A + F
    d. Who finds it difficult to switch off from work: A

    7) Match the paragraph to the headline
    a. Job that they do: E (something to do with working as farmers ['tierra'])
    b. Lack of medical care: C (many people die from contracting HIV ['SIDA'] but get no treatment)
    c. Lack of sanitation: D (many children die from drinking dirty water)

    8)
    Example: she wrote her CV in January
    a. She will continue her language studies if she gets good grades
    b. She may possibly consider doing charity work
    c. Her father gives her the best advice

    9) Shopping problems
    a. B (people were choosing the item in store and then ordering it online)
    b. In Australia, they charged customers 5 dollars if they were looking but not buying anything
    c. i. The people were getting free eye tests, then ordering glasses online
    c. ii. He thinks that customers should pay for the eye tests
    d. They have two separate catalogues, one for in-store and one for online

    10)
    a. They were celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary
    b. Carolina was the only single person there
    c. Her parents have agreed to let her share her apartment with her boyfriend/fiancé
    d. They would be angry if she had children before marriage

    11)
    a. Bad attendance record; Checking personal emails; Being very mean to colleagues
    b. He would follow all of his teachers' recommendations

    12)
    a. estrictos
    b. calor

    As always, please feel free to contribute so we can get this one done quickly, too

    The mark scheme for the listening paper can be found here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3330365
    For 10b, I said something about how she was the youngest person there, and I also said that she was the only single person. Would I get the mark?
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    (Original post by harryisme)
    I don't remember Q1 answers? Can someone remind me of the question please?
    It was a small extract about a boss talking about his relationship with his workers. You had to talk about whether their relationship was positive, negative or both.

    The second set of questions were people talking about what they do and you had to match the correct word to the service they provided (e.g. writing a letter to the council)

    (Original post by fcdxscx)
    For 10b, I said something about how she was the youngest person there, and I also said that she was the only single person. Would I get the mark?
    Oooh, you *might* just scrape a mark if you're lucky but it depends on how harsh the examiners are feeling. I don't remember it saying anything about her being the youngest person there, so you might just lose a mark outright for 'guessing'. Fingers crossed and let's hope for the best!
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    (Original post by Megss910)
    its all done now??? theres 45 marks there


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    what is it out of?
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    Sorry but 5(b) is incorrect as it says "nunca,nunca prepara platos pocos sanos"
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    (Original post by chucky1233)
    Sorry but 5(b) is incorrect as it says "nunca,nunca prepara platos pocos sanos"
    Pocos sanos = unhealthy
    They were saying that they never prepare unhealthy dishes
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    Is this the higher paper because I don't remember any of these questions
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    Is this the higher paper ?
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    (Original post by Daisy18379)
    Is this the higher paper ?
    Yes, for AQA
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    Is this foundation or higher paper mark scheme?.. reply asap pls
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    Does anyone have the Foundation paper?...
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    is this for foundation or higher?
 
 
 
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