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    (Original post by NickC98)
    Sure was one damn tough exam... What are you lot thinking the grade boundary for an A would be roughly? Seeing as the hardest past paper I've done was Jan 2013 and had 48/72 for an A would you think it would be around 50/72?
    More like 52 imo
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    (Original post by FP1waspiss)
    Christ that was so so easy. Got so bored about 50 mins in.
    What?!!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by Mr Moon Man)
    More like 52 imo
    Beautiful, don't think I would've dropped more than 20 marks
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    could someone find an unofficial mark scheme, thanks in advance
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    I failed that badly man, gonna have to reivindicate with m3
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    (Original post by harpreetrai3)
    i put leans towards 0 as it was like an x^2/x^3
    I think it wanted what the sum was converging to. All of them added.
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    I think that paper was somewhat like Jan 2013 but a little easier, questions wasn't that hard but just different which throws some students off the generic way of working them out.
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    (Original post by Osmium)
    I think it wanted what the sum was converging to. All of them added.
    Yeah I got 2/3 as the last two terms would tend towards 0
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    I did revise but I ran out of time so badly, the thing didn't work for question 6 but I did put an explanation, I got lke 2 marks in q 5, then I ****ed question 7, did question 8 well, I think I left q 9
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    What's the lowest that full ums has ever been
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    (Original post by Alex621)
    What's the lowest that full ums has ever been
    60/72 (raw)

    See http://www.ocr.org.uk/i-want-to/conv...-marks-to-ums/
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    No that's fine the 0s don't count
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    Anyone get 0.0813 for last question ?
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    (Original post by Alex621)
    What's the lowest that full ums has ever been
    It was 48 for an A in jan 13 I got full marks in a mock but this went proper shite
    lost about 30 or less marks
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    For the Inverse of B did anyone else multiply the matrix A by (1/25)?

    And 168 units squared for the first question? Area of the image of the triangle
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    (Original post by hoakenfull)
    For the Inverse of B did anyone else multiply the matrix A by (1/25)?

    And 168 units squared for the first question? Area of the image of the triangle
    Both your answers are correct.
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    (Original post by hoakenfull)
    For the Inverse of B did anyone else multiply the matrix A by (1/25)?

    And 168 units squared for the first question? Area of the image of the triangle
    Yep and yep
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    (Original post by hoakenfull)
    For the Inverse of B did anyone else multiply the matrix A by (1/25)?

    And 168 units squared for the first question? Area of the image of the triangle
    Yes to both questions. They made use the cosine rule and 0.5ABsinC for only 2 marks.
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    what was question 7 and 9?
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    (Original post by FP1waspiss)
    Christ that was so so easy. Got so bored about 50 mins in.
    I agree, but annoying because an a will be around 63/64
 
 
 
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