Teh Super Awesome Juicy CURRENT YEAR 11 (2012-13) THREAD; MARK IWatch

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6 years ago
#7341
(Original post by dinrah04)
648, you got the same as me o:
how do you calculate the score...
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6 years ago
#7342
(Original post by JamalAhmed)
Hey don't think we have spoken, but how long is the practice test? And do you need to finish the test to get your score?
It should only take about half an hour. And you just get the (number of correct answers/divided by fifty)600 + 300
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6 years ago
#7343
(Original post by dinrah04)
It should only take about half an hour. And you just get the (number of correct answers/divided by fifty)600 + 300
So to get 700 (which is high?) you need:

x/50 = 2/3

3x = 100
x = 34 rounded up... What's it out of?
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6 years ago
#7344
(Original post by dinrah04)

I need pretty good for Glasgow
ermm in order .. leeds , sheffield , york , manchester
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6 years ago
#7345
So to get 700 (which is high?) you need:

x/50 = 2/3

3x = 100
x = 34 rounded up... What's it out of?
50?
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6 years ago
#7346
(Original post by dinrah04)
It should only take about half an hour. And you just get the (number of correct answers/divided by fifty)600 + 300
I dont get that so its out of 50 how do you get your total??
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6 years ago
#7347
(Original post by dinrah04)
50?
So you only.need 34/50?

So you could get.900?

Is there a time.limit?
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6 years ago
#7348
So you only.need 34/50?

So you could get.900?

Is there a time.limit?
It's a short version, and yes it's a massive rush. Like 5 minutes for 12 questions.
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6 years ago
#7349
(Original post by foreverstrong_97)
I dont get that so its out of 50 how do you get your total??
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6 years ago
#7350
(Original post by dinrah04)
Dnt worry I got it
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6 years ago
#7351
(Original post by dinrah04)
It's a short version, and yes it's a massive rush. Like 5 minutes for 12 questions.
300/12 = 25 seconds for each one...

I can't wait
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6 years ago
#7352
300/12 = 25 seconds for each one...

I can't wait
Yeah I worked out it was about 25 seconds for each question but not in the same method .
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6 years ago
#7353
(Original post by JamalAhmed)
Yeah I worked out it was about 25 seconds for each question but not in the same method .
How did you do it?
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6 years ago
#7354
I'm still incredibly unsure about my four, think Glasgow, KCL, Leicester? idkk
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6 years ago
#7355
How did you do it?
(5/12)*60=25

5 represents the minutes. 12 represent the number of questions. You know what 60 represents.

You used a similar method but instead rearranged the question
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6 years ago
#7356
(Original post by JamalAhmed)
(5/12)*60=25

5 represents the minutes. 12 represent the number of questions. You know what 60 represents.

You used a similar method but instead rearranged the question
That's exactly the same...

5/12 x 60/1 = 300/12 = 25 :L
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#7357
Someone link the UKCAT test, I'll do it

It's for medicine at most places right? Or am I confusing that with something else?
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6 years ago
#7358
That's exactly the same...

5/12 x 60/1 = 300/12 = 25 :L
I know
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#7359
Also, as I've been doing for a few days, I'm probably going to have a reduced presence on here, not out of a misguided wish to preserve my GCSE prospects but simply because it takes up a lot of time and I like to do other things (YouTube, etc. ) I'll still probably lurk, but I won't be thoroughly following the thread as much
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6 years ago
#7360
(Original post by dinrah04)
It should only take about half an hour. And you just get the (number of correct answers/divided by fifty)600 + 300
What is the preferred score by unis? I got 660 and made stupid, obvious mistakes because I was "acting too clever". lost about 6 marks which would have made me go over 700..and that's the only short one there!!!
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