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    (Original post by May-o2q)
    Guys does anyone have the modal answer for the f581 exam?


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    You still planning to post that mark scheme?
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    (Original post by Rheannan)
    i put where consumer satisfaction is maximised and the market is at equillibrium
    Yeah i put that too.
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    (Original post by Rickrossmmg)
    You still planning to post that mark scheme?
    she sent me it in an email and trust me when i say this - it's meeesssed up. the definitions for consumer surplus for one - da*** is going on in that model mark scheme ?!
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    (Original post by Fas)
    she sent me it in an email and trust me when i say this - it's meeesssed up. the definitions for consumer surplus for one - da*** is going on in that model mark scheme ?!
    Alright thanks anyways
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    (Original post by Rickrossmmg)
    You still planning to post that mark scheme?
    Hey!! As Fas said, u better not seeing it. Cus I found it quite weird. But just let me kno if u still have urge to see it. I could post it.


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    [QUOTE=May-o2q;42798322]Hey!! As Fas said, u better not seeing it. Cus I found it quite weird. But just let me kno if u still have urge to see it. I could post it.


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    i understand. I would still like to see it though
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    (Original post by May-o2q)
    Hey!! As Fas said, u better not seeing it. Cus I found it quite weird. But just let me kno if u still have urge to see it. I could post it.


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    yh that would be nice youknow
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    is it some mark scheme made by a random teacher or a leaked one from OCR lol?
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    (Original post by Fas)
    she sent me it in an email and trust me when i say this - it's meeesssed up. the definitions for consumer surplus for one - da*** is going on in that model mark scheme ?!
    How can the definition be weird? It's the difference between the price that is paid and what a consumer is willing to pay.. How else can you put it?

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    (Original post by May-o2q)
    Hey!! As Fas said, u better not seeing it. Cus I found it quite weird. But just let me kno if u still have urge to see it. I could post it.


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    Please post the modal mark scheme ?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by JOR2010)
    How can the definition be weird? It's the difference between the price that is paid and what a consumer is willing to pay.. How else can you put it?

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    cannot remember exactly , but it definitely wasn't that definition - i'll find it and post it haha

    EDIT : the definition was according to the " modal mark scheme " - ' Consumer surplus is the excess of total utility gained by consumers over and above their total expenditure. It is represented by the area between the price level and the demand curve '

    if you think about it , it means the same thing really but its an incredibly weird way of putting it and when i first read it i had a brainfart and it didn't make much sense
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    (Original post by Fas)
    cannot remember exactly , but it definitely wasn't that definition - i'll find it and post it haha

    EDIT : the definition was according to the " modal mark scheme " - ' Consumer surplus is the excess of total utility gained by consumers over and above their total expenditure. It is represented by the area between the price level and the demand curve '

    if you think about it , it means the same thing really but its an incredibly weird way of putting it and when i first read it i had a brainfart and it didn't make much sense
    Yh she's right. The definition is different. I tried posting I was told files too large though
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    Could you send me any mark scheme you have please?
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    (Original post by alextopz)
    Could you send me any mark scheme you have please?
    Yh I need your email though
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    Anyone got any more exams?


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    (Original post by Rickrossmmg)
    Yh I need your email though
    can you not post on here?
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    (Original post by mandem2k11)
    can you not post on here?
    No files too large apparently
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    (Original post by Rickrossmmg)
    No files too large apparently
    you dont have to add as an attachment , you can just post a link to it if that makes sense
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    Yo yo yo ! how'd everyone do ?! anyone else screw up the micro like me ? haha :P
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    (Original post by Fas)
    Yo yo yo ! how'd everyone do ?! anyone else screw up the micro like me ? haha :P
    I screwed up F582, I thought it was pretty hard anyway, was expecting a C and got a C.
    What you get?
 
 
 
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