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    (Original post by pinkgorilla)
    So would you count economics as a contrasting subject ?

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    Yeah :yep:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I hope they're super low. I think I know one person online who has a potential full marks...



    Yeah, lost me so many marks! Only 4 marks were lost on actual my knowledge...

    Yeah. Thanks for the re assurance
    wow really !! and yhh grade boundaries will depend on the paper

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Yeah, lost me so many marks! Only 4 marks were lost on actual my knowledge...

    Yeah. Thanks for the re assurance
    Well you have a lot of knowledge then!

    Anytime
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    (Original post by XXSimranXX)
    wow really !! and yhh grade boundaries will depend on the paper

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    One out of 100s :mmm:

    Everyone said it was the hardest paper ever given... And that it was harder than this other ***** paper which had the A* A2 boundary at 63/75
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    One out of 100s :mmm:

    Everyone said it was the hardest paper ever given... And that it was harder than this other ***** paper which had the A* A2 boundary at 63/75
    If it was a hard paper then the grade boundaries will defintely be low!!! so dont worry just see what happens this happened to me before once i had a maths exam and it was reallyy hard and everyone found it extremely difficult and the grade boundaries became low

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    (Original post by XXSimranXX)
    If it was a hard paper then the grade boundaries will defintely be low!!! so dont worry just see what happens this happened to me before once i had a maths exam and it was reallyy hard and everyone found it extremely difficult and the grade boundaries became low

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    Maybe the A* is still in reach
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Maybe the A* is still in reach
    yhhh i think it is

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    (Original post by XXSimranXX)
    yhhh i think it is

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    I need 180/200 in C3 and C4.

    C3 might give some help,,argh,,we shall see in three weeks
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I need 180/200 in C3 and C4.

    C3 might give some help,,argh,,we shall see in three weeks
    I think ull be fine just wait till results day yh

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    (Original post by XXSimranXX)
    I think ull be fine just wait till results day yh

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    :yep: until then!:ahee:
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    Does anyone know if you can retake the Graphic Products exam for AQA? Only one I'm really worried about, completely froze
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    (Original post by sophie238)
    Does anyone know if you can retake the Graphic Products exam for AQA? Only one I'm really worried about, completely froze
    Don't worry, there wasn't a person I know who took it who found it even vaguely alright, including myself. Out of all my results that will be the one terrible grade I hope no one asks me about.

    What did you get in your coursework project?


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    Who took the statistics exam (Edexcel)???
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    (Original post by delldj)
    Who took the statistics exam (Edexcel)???
    Again, yes. Haha. What did you make of it?


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    Again, yes. Haha. What did you make of it?


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    I thought it was alright...but I hope the grade boundaries go lower. I guessed the standard deviation question haha and I was asking all the people who are really clever and we got the same answer . How did you find it?? but unfortunately this is my first GCSE more to come next year
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    What do you need for an A* in maths, history and economics at a level?
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    (Original post by delldj)
    Who took the statistics exam (Edexcel)???
    (Original post by CD223)
    Again, yes. Haha. What did you make of it?


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    Me three!

    So easy, loved it!
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Me three!

    So easy, loved it!
    I wouldn't say it was easy but I thought it was alright. Which question did you find the hardest? Every time I say something is hard I always get a good mark.
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    (Original post by delldj)
    I wouldn't say it was easy but I thought it was alright. Which question did you find the hardest? Every time I say something is hard I always get a good mark.
    I don't know what was hard... Perhaps the written answers? Maths wise it was easy, but thats because I've covered S1-3 stats from A Level probably.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I don't know what was hard... Perhaps the written answers? Maths wise it was easy, but thats because I've covered S1-3 stats from A Level probably.
    How come you were doing the A level units before you'd covered GCSE, may I ask, or were you doing it simultaneously?

    I found it rather easy. I agree that the written answers were where I'm most likely to lose marks. Not because I didn't know the answer, but because from past papers I'd never got the wording right :/




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