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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Well, that's where I met ur mum mate.


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    I wouldn't want to meet the person who gave birth to a scum like you. She's probably in hiding too ashamed that she gave birth to a child like you.
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    75/75 wat can I say
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    Got an s in my step papers
    I bet you can't even solve a quadratic equation you oblate spheroid
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    (Original post by Elcor)
    I bet you can't even solve a quadratic equation you oblate spheroid
    The only thing I can't solve is why your mum didn't abort a ******** like you
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    The only thing I can't solve is why your mum didn't abort a ******** like you
    You have such a varied insult selection
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    You have such a varied insult selection
    He does indeed.


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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    You have such a varied insult selection
    Thank you I'm glad you noticed that.
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    didnt use parametric equations but instead x1+x2 = -b/a for ax^2+bx+c to find the mid points for the last part, which is not included in the edexcel syllabus, how many marks would this cost if I do get the right equation of the line?Also I would like to know if the consensus is that the grade boundary would be lower than last year (62 for 90).Not feeling comfortable with this paper, shouldn't have focused too much on STEP23 and just ignored FP3.


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    (Original post by tblyzy)
    didnt use parametric equations but instead x1+x2 = -b/a for ax^2+bx+c to find the mid points for the last part, which is not included in the edexcel syllabus, how many marks would this cost if I do get the right equation of the line?Also I would like to know if the consensus is that the grade boundary would be lower than last year (62 for 90).Not feeling comfortable with this paper, shouldn't have focused too much on STEP23 and just ignored FP3.


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    Ha ha you ********
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    (Original post by tblyzy)
    didnt use parametric equations but instead x1+x2 = -b/a for ax^2+bx+c to find the mid points for the last part, which is not included in the edexcel syllabus, how many marks would this cost if I do get the right equation of the line?Also I would like to know if the consensus is that the grade boundary would be lower than last year (62 for 90).Not feeling comfortable with this paper, shouldn't have focused too much on STEP23 and just ignored FP3.


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    If you got the answer using the sum of roots way you still should get full marks. If not and you had a mistake in between I'm not so sure. I am sure you will still get some credit I think. Not 100% sure though.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    If you got the answer using the sum of roots way you still should get full marks. If not and you had a mistake in between I'm not so sure. I am sure you will still get some credit I think. Not 100% sure though.


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    Yeah sum of roots, but did not actually solve it, just said what was the sum by a theorem not taught in edexcel syllabus(didn't realize it wasn't in the syllabus, it appeared often in step papers).I'm sure the line is correct.
    And what about grade boundaries?


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    (Original post by tblyzy)
    Yeah sum of roots, but did not actually solve it, just said what was the sum by a theorem not taught in edexcel syllabus(didn't realize it wasn't in the syllabus, it appeared often in step papers).I'm sure the line is correct.
    And what about grade boundaries?


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    I reckon boundaries will be 1/2 lower then last year. Most likely 1 but could be 2. I hope it is 2 haha.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I reckon boundaries will be 1/2 lower then last year. Most likely 1 but could be 2. I hope it is 2 haha.


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    That would be a really comforting news.


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    (Original post by tblyzy)
    That would be a really comforting news.


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    Who cares about grade boundaries when ur getting full ums
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yh hurts me everyday. She said to me if u dont get an S in step shes gona disown me fam. Guess im being diswoned on 13th august.


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    Don't you get step results the day before results day?
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    (Original post by tblyzy)
    didnt use parametric equations but instead x1+x2 = -b/a for ax^2+bx+c to find the mid points for the last part, which is not included in the edexcel syllabus, how many marks would this cost if I do get the right equation of the line?Also I would like to know if the consensus is that the grade boundary would be lower than last year (62 for 90).Not feeling comfortable with this paper, shouldn't have focused too much on STEP23 and just ignored FP3.


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    X1+X2 = -b/a is just an application of the quadratic formula, it doesn't need to be in the spec
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    X1+X2 = -b/a is just an application of the quadratic formula, it doesn't need to be in the spec
    So is it okay to just quote it or should I justify it with the quadratic formula?


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    (Original post by tblyzy)
    So is it okay to just quote it or should I justify it with the quadratic formula?


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    Tbh I have no idea, I would give you the marks but who knows
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    Don't you get step results the day before results day?
    At the start of 13th basically 12am of the 13th.


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    (Original post by soundhippo)
    which uni gives an E offer... lmao
    LSE for economics which is proper decent of them
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    (Original post by ICT Geek)
    Bruv ur must be sad blaming clocks for your own failure get a life u plonker.
    Oh no I'm not blaming that, and not saying I failed! Just saying it's annoying, haha!
 
 
 
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