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    That's way too high.How do you know?last year they were 79 or sth.
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    (Original post by Betty1234567890)
    Can anyone please tell me if I would be able to do igcse maths repeat again. I messed up and the fact that I actually revised and knew everything is killing me inside. I would just like to do it again. Another question if I'm redoing the igcse does that mean my past grade form this current gcse is cancelled?
    Depends on the grade and institution.Sometimes they will let you resit it if the grade is real bad,but the previous grade will always be there.Obviously it is not shown on your sertificate or what not,but it will be there in your records and if a Uni or college starts digging about you,they'll find it straight away.
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    (Original post by eatmyhamoudivi)
    88 for A star
    That's way too high,how do you know??it was 79 or sth last year
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    Is the specification for Igcse changing for the January repeat students?
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    (Original post by meee1233)
    Okay thanks but do you mind explaining if it won't take too long? Isn't 7 to 10 just plus three, like 10 to 13?
    So 7 is the first term and 1x3=3 so you get 3n to be the first part and then you need to add 4 to get to 7 so it makes 3n+4. 10 being the second term means you multiply 2x3 which makes 6 and then you need to add 4 to get to ten and so on so they all fit 3n+4. Don't know how well I explained that sorry😂
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    Please could someone post the Model answers with the actual exam paper?
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    It started at 7 -> 10 -> 13 -> 16 or something, the reason it is 3n + 4 is because you add 3 every time so that's what you have to multiply the number by then you add what's left... so
    7 = 3(1) + 4
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    (Original post by Agrace_15)
    was the probability q without replacement?? if it is I'm so done for, will they do error carried forward for the next one if i used my wrong probabilities?
    Omg haha I did the same thing. It was such a dumb mistake probably bc the test was so easy 😩 And ye hopefully there's error carried forward. Fingers crossed
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    Does any1 have the paper. If you do can you send me it or link it
 
 
 
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