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1. (Original post by chromesilver7)
Not MUCH harder...

By the way, do you need 90% in C1 at least to get an A* for A2?
i dont think so as each paper is equated equally, so hopefully we just have to smash out c2 and s1 and get 90% in those.
2. (Original post by chromesilver7)
Not MUCH harder...

By the way, do you need 90% in C1 at least to get an A* for A2?
The conditions to get an A* is to average 90% across C3 and C4 and get 480 UMS overall.

You don't have to get at least 90% in C1, C2, or your two applied modules, and you just need to average 90% in C3 and C4 - so you can get 80 UMS in C4 and 100 UMS in C3 for instance.

You only need some UMS from C1 really, to get the 480 UMS condition checked. If you like, you can think of that as averaging 80% across all 6 of your units, as well as 90% between just C3 and C4.
3. So would I get the marks for Question 5(b)??

I drew correctly the graph that Arsey drew, but drew another one differently on the next page... Will they accept my correct answer?
4. (Original post by chromesilver7)
Not MUCH harder...

By the way, do you need 90% in C1 at least to get an A* for A2?
No
It's 80% overall and 90% in C3 and C4

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5. (Original post by chromesilver7)
So would I get the marks for Question 5(b)??

I drew correctly the graph that Arsey drew, but drew another one differently on the next page... Will they accept my correct answer?
Did you cross either out?

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6. (Original post by indignation)
is 80 ums an a
Yh
7. Can someone please reply

If i got about 62/75 marks how many marks would i need to get in C2 and S1 to get an A overall?
8. I did s20 for question 9 b instead of S11 than added on the rest......idiot, how many marks would I have lost out of 5 ??
9. Can someone tell me if i got 46 in c1 what do i need to get in c2 and s1 to get at least a B overall?
Thank you
10. I got 68/75 can that be 100 ums I f up 10) b so lost 5 marks
11. (Original post by usycool1)
He is a teacher who's kindly been posting solutions on here for years.
Sorry, it's just that I was really confused how someone had got the paper so quickly! I apologise
12. (Original post by Arsey)
Haven't got it yet. None of ours did it.

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What's good big man,

Could you possibly tell me which modules you'll be providing solutions for this year? I do further maths A2 so just curious as to how far you go in the module chains

I will sit: FP2, S3 and S4 -> just wanted to see if you will provide solutions

Thanks Arsey - saving our bacon after exams hahaha
13. I got around 63-65/75, do you think I may have gotten an A?
14. (Original post by pauux)
Can someone please reply

If i got about 62/75 marks how many marks would i need to get in C2 and S1 to get an A overall?
S1 - above 80 ums
C2 you need above 67 i'd say
15. (Original post by enaayrah)
Definitely
I don't think thats an A m8, making boundaries gonna be high. i heard its around 74.8 for an A
16. get some C2
17. u GOT ANY C2 SEND THEM PLEASE IF YOU HAVE
18. (Original post by Don Pedro K.)
Sorry, it's just that I was really confused how someone had got the paper so quickly! I apologise
Oh, it's nothing to apologise for. Nothing wrong with asking questions!
19. you will need either:
AA
AB
20. (Original post by pauux)
Can someone please reply

If i got about 62/75 marks how many marks would i need to get in C2 and S1 to get an A overall?
Aim to get 65 and above for C2. Seeing that S1 is harder, I suppose 61/62 would suffice.

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