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    Last June it was 50/60 to get an A.

    It will be the same this year, could go to 51-52.
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    that was a weird exam, nothing like the past papers at all.
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    I think grade boundaries will be interesting as lots of people seem unsure of the answers :P


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    This exam was decent, 50 for an A i reckon
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    (Original post by General SMG)
    that was a weird exam, nothing like the past papers at all.
    I agree , wording of the questions wasn't normal


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    LOVED THAT PAPER" time to go on TSR and realise that I got 0 marks lol
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    the strucutre of this exam was different from others but i reckon it was decent hopefully i get a high B or an A and i would be happy
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    That last question really threw me off. What did it mean in the last box?
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    has anyone got a copy of the paper they can upload?
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    That paper was easy as!! I'm expecting really high boundaries, like 52 or something.


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    (Original post by flink)
    That last question really threw me off. What did it mean in the last box?
    I thought it meant what particles were the bonds acting between, but I think i only got the Lithium one right
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    is there a f322 thread up?
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    For last question

    Li: Between delocalised electrons and positive ions
    Carbon: Between carbon atoms in structure
    Flourine: Between flourine molecules as its van der waals forces
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    [QUOTE=kelvinbeyioku;42767711]is there a f322 thread up?

    [/http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=2282193&page=17
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    (Original post by flink)
    That last question really threw me off. What did it mean in the last box?
    Same.
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    That paper was easy as!! I'm expecting really high boundaries, like 52 or something.


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    it wasn't 'easy' but I agree there was nothing overly challenging and i do agree grade boundaries will be pretty high
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    I believe I've got 57-59 marks, what was the main force for PH3?


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    (Original post by yodawg321)
    For last question

    Li: Between delocalised electrons and positive ions
    Carbon: Between carbon atoms in structure
    Flourine: Between flourine molecules as its van der waals forces
    Thats exactly what I put! woo
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I believe I've got 57-59 marks, what was the main force for PH3?


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    van der waals i put
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    it wasn't 'easy' but I agree there was nothing overly challenging and i do agree grade boundaries will be pretty high
    But it wasn't that hard, at all, if you looked into the book a few times you should've been fine, the most challenging was the last part of the last question.


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