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    (Original post by iloveflowersxo)
    what low mark do i need out of 100 tommorow in maths to get a at least
    My teacher always said that 80-85% is a definitive A*, which makes me believe that 70-75% should be enough for an A, so you should aim for at least 70 marks.
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    thats going to be really hard, good luck to u tho
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    (Original post by frostyy)
    My whole school finishes on the 12th, but me (and a few other students of the same ethnicity) have their native language exams on the 16th. I have 2 in one day and each of them is 2 hours, can't wait... ;]
    Damn did your school do further sciences aqa and ocr fsmq instead of aqa further maths?

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    (Original post by Helfus)
    I can't believe it's nearly sixth form. Very excited!!!

    Is anyone going to look over topics during the summer break?
    Excited but devastated about leaving...

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    (Original post by Helfus)
    I can't believe it's nearly sixth form. Very excited!!!

    Is anyone going to look over topics during the summer break?
    yeah im gonna learn a bit of C1 since i will have literally not enough things to do in the summer break
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    Good luck everyone, hope everyone gets the grade they wish in maths


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    Hated the edexcel maths non-cal 😭😭😭😭


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    How was the aqa maths linear non calc exam today?

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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    i got that one wrong and i also found out that I got the 6mark tourism from the figure with the dark coloured countries wrong
    What why? What did you put?
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    Wow, Edexcel.

    Why did Jane want a different sized piece of cheese with the same volume?
    Why do we need to know the height of the cylindrical portion of a grain container?
    Why does Hannah need to know why the probability of her picking two orange sweets equates to n^2-n-90?

    At least make the questions seem worthwhile...
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    (Original post by moe889)
    How was the aqa maths linear non calc exam today?

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    hardest paper so far
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    I'm so worried for edexcel maths non-cal I felt okay about it at first but as soon as I left the exam and heard other peoples's answers I started freaking out. Hopefully the mark boundaries are low because i found it hard and the calculator paper is alot nicer. I wanted an A but at the best I think I can get a B. )-:
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    Obviously all the topics I covered in 7 straight hours of revision weren't on the ****ing paper... counted up the marks I got definietely and I have scored at least 60, which in the worst case scenario is a B. Daaamn.

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    (Original post by Suhpav)
    I'm so worried for edexcel maths non-cal I felt okay about it at first but as soon as I left the exam and heard other peoples's answers I started freaking out. Hopefully the mark boundaries are low because i found it hard and the calculator paper is alot nicer. I wanted an A but at the best I think I can get a B. )-:
    Well I did OCR paper 4 today, and lots of people put didferent answers for the last question but got it wrong and I got it right as they used a wrong formula... So it's not always the end!

    And in science the same happened... So you could be right!


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    (Original post by frostyy)
    Obviously all the topics I covered in 7 straight hours of revision weren't on the ****ing paper... counted up the marks I got definietely and I have scored at least 60, which in the worst case scenario is a B. Daaamn.

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    Yea that's why I didn't bother revising last night for maths, spent it chilling and doing bio haha



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    non calculator paper was soo hard!!
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    (Original post by Steliata)
    Wow, Edexcel.

    Why did Jane want a different sized piece of cheese with the same volume?
    Why do we need to know the height of the cylindrical portion of a grain container?
    Why does Hannah need to know why the probability of her picking two orange sweets equates to n^2-n-90?

    At least make the questions seem worthwhile...
    The one witch cheese I managed to do. I had no clue on Hannah and her sweets and the grain container... does anyone know whether the question on orange sweets had anything to do with tree diagrams or something?

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    That maths exam was...

    First 12 questions I felt confident then the probability,Cylinder thing,recurring decimals wtf
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    does anyone know what the answer to the grain container question was? (I got something like 14/3?!?)
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    (Original post by frostyy)
    The one witch cheese I managed to do. I had no clue on Hannah and her sweets and the grain container... does anyone know whether the question on orange sweets had anything to do with tree diagrams or something?

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    Sorry I ate too many sweets got a bit peckish
 
 
 
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