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

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Does anyone know the topics to revise for the Calculator? And, are the topics that werent on the Non-calculator paper going to be on the calculator paper?
http://www.mathswatch.co.uk/ link at top takes you to a pdf of what may come up tomorrow
2. (Original post by Bert12345)
http://www.mathswatch.co.uk/ link at top takes you to a pdf of what may come up tomorrow
Wow, thats really useful, thank you for sharing it!

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3. only got like 70!
4. so can hopefully get around 85 tomorrow (in past papers for calculator i normally get around 85-90) and i normally got like 75 in the non calculator.

What mark will i need to secure an A?
5. (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
so can hopefully get around 85 tomorrow (in past papers for calculator i normally get around 85-90) and i normally got like 75 in the non calculator.

What mark will i need to secure an A?
I'd say around 65-70 if you already have 70. Wasnt march 136 for an A? and the non calc was harder this time around. So I cant even see it being equal to March
6. I got around 75 on non calculator but want an A*. What would I need to get on the calculator tomorrow? 90?
7. What do people think the grade boundaries will be like? The march paper was 168/200 for an A* but it was apparently much easier. Would it be feasible to guess 162-3/200 for an A* this time?
8. Anyone still remember what they got in the pool question in the noncalc paper?

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9. (Original post by gGinaa)
Wow, thats really useful, thank you for sharing it!

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no worries
10. (Original post by gGinaa)
Anyone still remember what they got in the pool question in the noncalc paper?

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105 minutes
11. I got approximately around 59-64 marks on the non calculator, I think.... If I have added up correctly!

Around how many more marks would I need to get in the calculator to secure a B/A grade?

12. On the maths watch list, 3rd from the bottom it says, "Equations of circles" what does that mean?
13. (Original post by Tinkletea)
I don't think so sorry :/ I remember looking into this and I find somewhere official that your most current grade stands
You always keep the highest grade that you achieved
14. (Original post by dazzer19)
On the maths watch list, 3rd from the bottom it says, "Equations of circles" what does that mean?
I think its the x^2+y^2=r^2... I think...

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15. (Original post by Bert12345)
105 minutes
😱 I got 135...

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16. (Original post by dazzer19)
On the maths watch list, 3rd from the bottom it says, "Equations of circles" what does that mean?
I think it means the equation of a circle graph which is x^2+y^2=r^2 with a centre of (0,0). I've just had a look at the clip and I think that is what it's talking about, I haven't got that far yet.
17. What do you think the Grade Boundaries will be for a C or B?
18. (Original post by dazzer19)
On the maths watch list, 3rd from the bottom it says, "Equations of circles" what does that mean?
x^2 + y^2 = r^2
19. (Original post by gGinaa)
I got 135...

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I believe 105 was right, but im not 100% sure
20. (Original post by Bert12345)
I believe 105 was right, but im not 100% sure
The general consensus is that 105 mins was correct. You had to take 30 off as it asked how much longer.

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