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1. (Original post by Mahrez)
97!!!! yessssssssssss
Wow, That's Incredible,
Well done, Can't wait till Results Day?
2. (Original post by Tasnia'x)
Hehe, No worries
Thank Yooou
Yay, you're popular now!
3. Lowest possible mark : 152/200
Highest : 173/200

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4. (Original post by hamza772000)
Yay, you're popular now!
5. (Original post by Tasnia'x)
I'm sorry. Times really have changed.
6. (Original post by hamza772000)
I'm sorry. Times really have changed.
Haha, I was only Joking, I knew it was a joke anyway
Yup so true it has
7. (Original post by bethanyjx)
Lowest possible mark : 152/200
Highest : 173/200

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Possibly an A or even an A*, depending on what you got,
Well done
8. (Original post by Tasnia'x)

Here's the mark scheme guys!

How did you guys find the Exam?

All thanks to hamza772000

Enjoy counting your marks and tell me how you done
Can't wait till Results Day
DOES 60 - 70 marks + 36 - 41 marks add up to a B GRADE?
9. (Original post by hamza772000)
Yeah, you do have to add it, that's one of the errors, the other one is that the last question is 80.4 and not 80.3.
There is definitely going to be a range because people will round at different stages so they will end up with a different answer. Past mark schemes have also allowed a range.
10. (Original post by LearnForYOU)
DOES 60 - 70 marks + 36 - 41 marks add up to a B GRADE?
Not sure Dear, we just have to wait for the Grade Boundaries
It's most likely to be a low B grade But it all depends on what you got
11. Is 168 enough for an A* (lost 11 on this paper and 21 on the other)??
12. (Original post by Prussia)
Is 168 enough for an A* (lost 11 on this paper and 21 on the other)??
It's most likely Dear,
I got around 179 altogether
13. (Original post by Tasnia'x)
It's most likely Dear,
I got around 179 altogether
Thanks
14. (Original post by Samii123)
There is definitely going to be a range because people will round at different stages so they will end up with a different answer. Past mark schemes have also allowed a range.
I know what you mean, however when it comes to angles, there's no range because an angle is an angle so whatever method you use you should get the same answer.

I'll show you the error in this one, if you look closely the person has worked out that angle CBA= 40.00..... using the area of a triangle formula, however when it comes to using the sine rule he puts in sin(40) which is incorrect, you can't just round the angle to 2 s.f.
15. I got 100 over all in both papers what grade is that?
16. (Original post by Prussia)
Thanks
No Problem
17. I got 78/100 in paper 1 and 90/100 in paper 2. 168/200 A*?
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(Original post by hamza772000)
I know what you mean, however when it comes to angles, there's no range because an angle is an angle so whatever method you use you should get the same answer.

I'll show you the error in this one, if you look closely the person has worked out that angle CBA= 40.00..... using the area of a triangle formula, however when it comes to using the sine rule he puts in sin(40) which is incorrect, you can't just round the angle to 2 s.f.
There has been ranges on past papers for angles before though.
19. (Original post by Tasnia'x)

Here's the mark scheme guys!

How did you guys find the Exam?

All thanks to hamza772000

Enjoy counting your marks and tell me how you done
Can't wait till Results Day

Thank you so much for thisI scored in my 80s, so I hope this paper brings up paper 1 for me.
How did you do?
20. (Original post by Federerr)
I got 78/100 in paper 1 and 90/100 in paper 2. 168/200 A*?
I definitely think it's an A*
Well done
I got 86 in Non-Calc and 93 in Calc paper

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