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    (Original post by imran_)
    do you account for the whole UK population mate?
    Merely analytical stastitics
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    (Original post by metrize)
    65 is way too hogh for just an A
    Should be around 66
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
    Should be around 66
    Nice fish mate. Wouldnt be surprised if you were a catfish
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
    Should be around 66
    Grade boundary for an A hasn't been above 64 in the bast 10 years
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
    Merely analytical stastitics
    loooool shutup u wetty, the highest its been for c2 was 67
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    (Original post by imran_)
    loooool shutup u wetty, the highest its been for c2 was 67
    So likely will be 66.
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    Thank you so much Zacken Will you be doing any other modules? (M1,M2 and S1 please )

    I would appreciate if you could answer two questions for me:

    1) For 8i (first part of the log question) would I get full marks if I left the answer as 1/9a - 5/9?

    2) How many marks do you reckon I'll lose for forgetting to sub my value for 'x' back into the original equation to find the value for 'p? 1 or 2?

    Thanks again
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    (Original post by boyyo)
    Thanks for putting the time in for this.
    You said before that someone else is doing c3 and c4, you wouldnt happen to know who'd do D1?
    I might but it would be most likely the day after.


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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    FP1 could have gone better in honesty - felt like I made quite a few silly errors, best case 68/75, more likely is like 65/75 though! I thought it was a tough paper, however
    Yeah, I think the UK paper was actually tougher than the IAL this time 'round! Fret not - there's still FP2 and FP3 left.
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    (Original post by TheRandomGenius)
    Thank you so much Zacken Will you be doing any other modules? (M1,M2 and S1 please )
    Someone else are doing those, I'm doing C2, S3, FP2-3.

    1) For 8i (first part of the log question) would I get full marks if I left the answer as 1/9a - 5/9?
    Yep. Full marks.

    2) How many marks do you reckon I'll lose for forgetting to sub my value for 'x' back into the original equation to find the value for 'p? 1 or 2?

    Thanks again
    2, I think.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Someone else are doing those, I'm doing C2, S3, FP2-3.



    Yep. Full marks.



    2, I think.
    Who exactly...?

    And damn...I'm pretty sure you only lost 1 mark on the June 2014 (R) paper which had had an almost identical optimisation problem (which was also 5 marks IIRC). Not sure though, I'll double check.
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I might but it would be most likely the day after.


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    tbh thats ok, would you be able to do it on the actual paper itself?
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    (Original post by boyyo)
    tbh thats ok, would you be able to do it on the actual paper itself?
    probably not due to the outrage. there is a possibility i wont do it due to my workload at that current time with exams, d1 being d1 its not like c4 where i can just bang it out in 30 mins, d1 takes the full 1hr30 mins no matter hw good you are.
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    probably not due to the outrage. there is a possibility i wont do it due to my workload at that current time with exams, d1 being d1 its not like c4 where i can just bang it out in 30 mins, d1 takes the full 1hr30 mins no matter hw good you are.
    yhh I know what you mean, only do if if you feel you can
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    (Original post by TheRandomGenius)
    And damn...I'm pretty sure you only lost 1 mark on the June 2014 (R) paper which had had an almost identical optimisation problem (which was also 5 marks IIRC). Not sure though, I'll double check.
    Do check and let me know, I'd be happy to be proven wrong.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Do check and let me know, I'd be happy to be proven wrong.
    Yeah I had a look too, check June 2014 R paper question 9


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    Do you guys think a score around 67-69 would crape 90 ums on c2
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Do check and let me know, I'd be happy to be proven wrong.
    It looks like you only lose 1 mark. I think it depends on how many marks the question is. If, as in this case, the question is 5 marks, you lose one mark and if the question is 6 marks, you lose 2.
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    (Original post by TheRandomGenius)
    It looks like you only lose 1 mark. I think it depends on how many marks the question is. If, as in this case, the question is 5 marks, you lose one mark and if the question is 6 marks, you lose 2.
    That's awesome!
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    (Original post by zacken)
    that's awesome!
    a grade will be around 62/63

    b grade / 53/54

    c grade 47
 
 
 
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