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    (Original post by DatSmartGuy)
    Shut the hell up u idiot I hope u fail

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    I'm guessing it went bad for u conserving ur attitude. Google if you don't believe me. N you have no right to tell me to shut up. Or call me an idiot. I think I don't think I failed
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    (Original post by DatSmartGuy)
    Shut the hell up u idiot I hope u fail

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    I'm guessing it went bad for u considering ur attitude. Google if you don't believe me. N you have no right to tell me to shut up. Or call me an idiot. I think I don't think I failed
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    (Original post by Adzkii786)
    Is it possible to get 100UMS on the Unit 3 exam? I've done alot of revision. I got an A in my coursework and an A in this exam? So I've lost 20 UMS out of 200 leaving me at the boundary of an A* at 180/200 so far.
    Remember that in the Unit 3 exam you don't need to exactly get 90/90 marks to get 100 UMS.
    Depending on how difficult the test is, you can lose up to 10-15 marks and still get 100 UMS so it's still possible
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    (Original post by Yasmin Hamdeee)
    I got the same answers except for 6 I only got B right but does anyone remember questions 4,12, and 14??
    Question 14 was the benefits of a patent?
    But the answer for that question could also be:
    C.) Sole rights to the use of a product
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    (Original post by DatSmartGuy)
    Shut the hell up u idiot I hope u fail

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    Well I hope you fail GCSE Maths tomorrow 😛 !!
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    I posted an unofficial mark scheme to this. Someone stupidly merged it with another thread. The mark scheme is like the 3rd post on the first page now.
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    (Original post by Jono-Wolf)
    I posted an unofficial mark scheme to this. Someone stupidly merged it with another thread. The mark scheme is like the 3rd post on the first page now.
    link?
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    (Original post by ameenatariq)
    link?
    It's #8 on this thread. I've copied it below just for simplicity.

    Well it's multiple choice and it's tomorrow (25th May). Write down your answers on a piece of paper or on your calculator xDI will post the answers that I get after the exam tomorrow! Good luck 1. B = £-40002. BE = Financing, Legal issues3. A = Flexible hours4. CD = ?5. AC = Marketing, Failure of competition6. BD = 37% of 35YO, 112 pay under £67. D = Luxury filling8. BCF = Bad weather, gvt report, High wages 9. AD = Proof of ownership, insurance policy 20 years10. BE = Customer orientation and overexpansion11. D = Creative thinking (Lateral)12. CE = ?13. BE = Less consumer spending, higher chance of insolvency14. AD = ?15. D = Raw Materials16. BE = Willingness to train, Work well in team17. 4400, 4850, 630018. CE = Job description, application form19. CE = Eatablished brand, better chance of survival20. C, D, A, H and E
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    (Original post by X_Hope_X)
    Well I hope you fail GCSE Maths tomorrow 😛 !!
    Ohno!!? Did i make u cry.... It doesn't matter I did maths last year and got a star.
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    (Original post by Jono-Wolf)
    It's #8 on this thread. I've copied it below just for simplicity.

    Well it's multiple choice and it's tomorrow (25th May). Write down your answers on a piece of paper or on your calculator xDI will post the answers that I get after the exam tomorrow! Good luck 1. B = £-40002. BE = Financing, Legal issues3. A = Flexible hours4. CD = ?5. AC = Marketing, Failure of competition6. BD = 37% of 35YO, 112 pay under £67. D = Luxury filling8. BCF = Bad weather, gvt report, High wages 9. AD = Proof of ownership, insurance policy 20 years10. BE = Customer orientation and overexpansion11. D = Creative thinking (Lateral)12. CE = ?13. BE = Less consumer spending, higher chance of insolvency14. AD = ?15. D = Raw Materials16. BE = Willingness to train, Work well in team17. 4400, 4850, 630018. CE = Job description, application form19. CE = Eatablished brand, better chance of survival20. C, D, A, H and E
    Why is Q.14 A.) and D.) Couldn't it also be C.)
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    (Original post by Jono-Wolf)
    Well it's multiple choice and it's tomorrow (25th May). Write down your answers on a piece of paper or on your calculator xD
    I will post the answers that I get after the exam tomorrow! Good luck

    1. B = £-4000
    2. BE = Financing, Legal issues
    3. A = Flexible hours
    4. CD = ?
    5. AC = Marketing, Failure of competition
    6. BD = 37% of 35YO, 112 pay under £6
    7. D = Luxury filling
    8. BCF = Bad weather, gvt report, High wages
    9. AD = Proof of ownership, insurance policy 20 years
    10. BE = Customer orientation and overexpansion
    11. D = Creative thinking (Lateral)
    12. CE = ?
    13. BE = Less consumer spending, higher chance of insolvency
    14. AD = ?
    15. D = Raw Materials
    16. BE = Willingness to train, Work well in team
    17. 4400, 4850, 6300
    18. CE = Job description, application form
    19. CE = Eatablished brand, better chance of survival
    20. C, D, A, H and E
    I think 12 was about venture capitalists xx
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    What were questions 12 and 14 asking?
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    (Original post by jj.repinec)
    Why is Q.14 A.) and D.) Couldn't it also be C.)
    What was questions 14? As in the question? xx
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    (Original post by Jono-Wolf)
    Well it's multiple choice and it's tomorrow (25th May). Write down your answers on a piece of paper or on your calculator xD
    I will post the answers that I get after the exam tomorrow! Good luck

    1. B = £-4000
    2. BE = Financing, Legal issues
    3. A = Flexible hours
    4. CD = ?
    5. AC = Marketing, Failure of competition
    6. BD = 37% of 35YO, 112 pay under £6
    7. D = Luxury filling
    8. BCF = Bad weather, gvt report, High wages
    9. AD = Proof of ownership, insurance policy 20 years
    10. BE = Customer orientation and overexpansion
    11. D = Creative thinking (Lateral)
    12. CE = ?
    13. BE = Less consumer spending, higher chance of insolvency
    14. AD = ?
    15. D = Raw Materials
    16. BE = Willingness to train, Work well in team
    17. 4400, 4850, 6300
    18. CE = Job description, application form
    19. CE = Eatablished brand, better chance of survival
    20. C, D, A, H and E

    What were questions 12 and 14 asking?
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    (Original post by Yasmin Hamdeee)
    What was questions 14? As in the question? xx
    Question 14 asked about the benefits of a patent?
    A.) Ownership of an invention or process
    B.) Reduce the risk of failing
    C.) Sole rights to the use of a product
    D.) Insurance policy that provides protection for 20 years
    E.) ? But was probably wrong

    There are contradictions as to whether the answer is A and C or A and D.
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    (Original post by Sir-A)
    What were questions 12 and 14 asking?
    Q12.) What are the disadvantages of venture capital?
    C.) Likelihood of disputes between shareholders
    E.) Less control of the business for the owners
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    (Original post by jj.repinec)
    Question 14 asked about the benefits of a patent?
    A.) Ownership of an invention or process
    B.) Reduce the risk of failing
    C.) Sole rights to the use of a product
    D.) Insurance policy that provides protection for 20 years
    E.) ? But was probably wrong

    There are contradictions as to whether the answer is A and C or A and D.
    It's not a insurance policy, it's 'a government authority or licence' so it should be AC.
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    (Original post by jj.repinec)
    Question 14 asked about the benefits of a patent?
    A.) Ownership of an invention or process
    B.) Reduce the risk of failing
    C.) Sole rights to the use of a product
    D.) Insurance policy that provides protection for 20 years
    E.) ? But was probably wrong

    There are contradictions as to whether the answer is A and C or A and D.
    Might be but the person above put that as question 9 in the un-official mark scheme
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    (Original post by mrpaper)
    It's not a insurance policy, it's 'a government authority or licence' so it should be AC.
    That's what I was thinking but from what people are saying its 50/50 at the moment
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    (Original post by Yasmin Hamdeee)
    I got all the same answers as you but I messed up question 6 and didn't put D. Does anyone remember question 4, 12, and 14??
    Im sorry to say you got question 9 wrong. It was not the 20 year one, it was the one to do with being the only one able to use the invention. We went through the teat with our teacher and she told us what she thought was correct. Im happy to say I got 39/40. Question 12 was about boots if that helps.
 
 
 
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