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# Edexcel: 11th and 14th June 2013 (Linear) 1MA0/1H + 2H (Official Thread) Watch

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1. (Original post by student.wizz)
if i give my self the lowest which is 78 what do i need for an A* in the calculator paper
Assuming grade boundaries of 165 for a*, 87ish.

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2. (Original post by CREIS)
HUH??
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3. Does anyone have the unofficial mark scheme for Foundation paper?
Also, does anyone predict the grade boundaries for Foundation paper?
4. guys woiuldnt the answer on question 25 be a=-4 and b=5. this is becuase there is a minus next to the 4??????????????????
5. From Arseys markscheme I think I got between 75 and 82 out of 100, better than expected although i'm a tad worried about Friday!
6. (Original post by dontalha)
guys woiuldnt the answer on question 25 be a=-4 and b=5. this is becuase there is a minus next to the 4??????????????????
No you half the 8x to get positive 4.

Then you square 4 to get 16, take that away from the 21 to get 5 (b)
7. Does anyone know what the grade boundaries will be like for the march 2013 exams? Or could someone predict what they think they think they will be?
8. (Original post by Follett)
I got the exact same apart from the goat question i got 12000 as I rounded to 300 also on probability I got 63/360 and didn't simplify any further.
Does anyone know the definite answer for the prism one

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why have you deleted your solution
Please can you send it to me on private message or post it
9. (Original post by methius1)
Guys is question 22 correct seems a strange method??
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10. Someone give me a list of topics to revise for the calculator paper. Quick
11. (Original post by callmemorbid)
what did everyone get for the prism question? i got 2hrs 15 but have a feeling i got it wrong ������

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Thats the answer I got hoping for as many method marks as possible
12. (Original post by mandy123mandy123)
heyyy guys what do you think the grade boundaries will be ??? im predicted an A* in maths and i need to get it. and according to the mark scheme i roughly got around 75 marks or more do you think i can still get an A* after the next paper ??? and what mark would i need to get to be secure ??? thankss
I'm predicted to get an A* too. I got 79-83. I rely on the Calc paper on friday
13. (Original post by ChronicBoredom)
I'm in year 10 too, but I messed up a lot in the non-calc so I'm probably getting an A

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Don't worry, you need to work harder in the Calc paper to get that A*
14. (Original post by Arsey)
Here is a link to my solutions

http://db.tt/DhVkwlxL

Here is a link to my revision list for the calculator paper

2H June 2013 revision list

Hope it is useful
Please put your solutions back on drop box I really need to see the paper
15. (Original post by omarzizo)
I'm predicted to get an A* too. I got 79-83. I rely on the Calc paper on friday
I'm exactly same with you! How many marks do you need in the calculator exam for your A*? Because it will more or less be the same for me too
16. (Original post by omarzizo)
Don't worry, you need to work harder in the Calc paper to get that A*
I reckon I got somewhere in the low seventies... I need A LOT to get an a*. Oh well.

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17. (Original post by Red John)
Someone give me a list of topics to revise for the calculator paper. Quick
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18. Hey, how did everyone find the maths exam? I thought it was a mixed bag, some questions were great and for others I was clueless :/ But I managed to answer all but one of the questions so I'm quite proud!

Anyway, I have a question about trigonometry/sine rule/cosine rule and I was wondering if someone could help me out? I know how to use all the different functions to find angles and sides in a triangle but in an exam situation I never know which one to use. is there a way of remembering depending on the type of triangle and what information you're given?
19. How long do you reckon it would take to revise all of the mathswatch reccomendation clips? I think i aim to give maths somewhere between 3-6 hours tomorrow, so fingers crossed.

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20. (Original post by issie1234)
Hey, how did everyone find the maths exam? I thought it was a mixed bag, some questions were great and for others I was clueless :/ But I managed to answer all but one of the questions so I'm quite proud!

Anyway, I have a question about trigonometry/sine rule/cosine rule and I was wondering if someone could help me out? I know how to use all the different functions to find angles and sides in a triangle but in an exam situation I never know which one to use. is there a way of remembering depending on the type of triangle and what information you're given?
sine rule - 2 sides known and non included angle know
cosine rule- 2 sides known and included angle known

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