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    (Original post by Splaffie)
    it was 18 as far as i know
    Oh well 1 mark, was the last multichoice the argon one
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    (Original post by Splaffie)
    the next step is f2 + cf2ch3' -> cf3ch3 + f'
    oh! that makes sense, thank you. i didn't consider this cuz i thought it would just be made in termination with f. and cf2ch3. reacting
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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    yeah doesn't have hexane hexane was listed in the question or did i go mad
    c6h14 is hexane?
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    (Original post by metrize)
    You balanced it wrong, the catalutic converter, its no+co=1/2n2+co2
    Mark Scheme always allows multiple. So we are both right.
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    (Original post by Splaffie)
    c6h14 is hexane?
    ooohh shi :'( im dumb sorry
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    right i think if the marks i remember were correct i lost at most 10 marks so many stupid mistakes though :/
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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    right i think if the marks i remember were correct i lost at most 10 marks so many stupid mistakes though :/
    Just counted, I think i lost about 10 if I'm deducting marks for the whole question and no working out marks. I'll add 5 more marks to it just to make sure So 15 marks wrong.
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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    right i think if the marks i remember were correct i lost at most 10 marks so many stupid mistakes though :/
    ive lost at most 10 marks as well but thats still an A by far, i think ive probably got in the low 70s on that paper
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    (Original post by Splaffie)
    ive lost at most 10 marks as well but thats still an A by far, i think ive probably got in the low 70s on that paper
    yeah i probly counted wrong though so mine might be more like 15
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    (Original post by DaVinciGirl)
    Just counted, I think i lost about 10 if I'm deducting marks for the whole question and no working out marks. I'll add 5 more marks to it just to make sure So 15 marks wrong.
    yeah hope we all did amazing seems like we did thanx again for making paper 1 and paper 2 mark scheme
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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    right i think if the marks i remember were correct i lost at most 10 marks so many stupid mistakes though :/
    Me too :/ Mostly because of weird 1 markers ;_; hopefully being the first year for these exams means lower grade boundaries. I think a lot of people made stupid mistakes overall mostly because of time
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    (Original post by haes)
    Me too :/ Mostly because of weird 1 markers ;_; hopefully being the first year for these exams means lower grade boundaries. I think a lot of people made stupid mistakes overall mostly because of time
    yes lets all hope for good grade boundaries i think will b about 64/80 for an A not sure though who knows might b lower might b higher im going to dread the wait for results day
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    Ye think thats correct, I took the risk and only learned the two the put down
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    "-Graph- I drew it lower and slower because there's fewer moles of reactants."

    Lower but not slower, faster because there was a greater concentration in the second mixture
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    (Original post by GabbytheGreek_48)
    yes lets all hope for good grade boundaries i think will b about 64/80 for an A not sure though who knows might b lower might b higher im going to dread the wait for results day
    I feel like 64 is a bit high. Even though this exam didn't feel too difficult it was still relatively/slightly harder than previous years and we are the first year to do this exam, with no people resitting and the addition of multiple choice + practicals.. so i'm gonna say maybe 60-62 for an A in this and around 58 ish for an A in the other paper.
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    (Original post by haes)
    I feel like 64 is a bit high. Even though this exam didn't feel too difficult it was still relatively/slightly harder than previous years and we are the first year to do this exam, with no people resitting and the addition of multiple choice + practicals.. so i'm gonna say maybe 60-62 for an A in this and around 58 ish for an A in the other paper.
    yeah true your probly right plus as we all said alot of room for simple errors
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    (Original post by MattJacks)
    "-Graph- I drew it lower and slower because there's fewer moles of reactants."

    Lower but not slower, faster because there was a greater concentration in the second mixture
    Was there? Do you remember the values it was?
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    How are our overall grades determined? Do they total our marks out of 160?
    Also was the honeycomb question 1 or 2 marks?
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    Can u repost the edited mark scheme

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    (Original post by haes)
    How are our overall grades determined? Do they total our marks out of 160?
    Also was the honeycomb question 1 or 2 marks?
    Apparently it is not by UMS and by raw marks. And examiner will decide which grade is going to be an A*. Check the other thread someone posted a link. Also it was a suggest question so 1 mark I believe.
 
 
 
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