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    (Original post by El-Presidente)
    No, if your predicted grades are believable and the University can be convinced then they won't care. Trust me. I got ABCC last year, and got a reduced offer from a university offering AAB (It was AAA but they dropped it to AAB for some reason, then reduced it for me to ABB). It was to do Computer Science.

    I did get asked in an interview why Computer Science if I got a C in it, and I gave a stupid response (I was expecting they would ask that but never thought how to answer it lol) but I still got AAB from them.
    Not maths related but what exam board are you with for ICT?
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    (Original post by ASlevel911)
    Is it true the C2 paper has been leaked so we are getting the R paper???


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    No, it's just rumours
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    guys a little help here
    when you are working out the value of n for geometric series when do you use ar^n-1 and when do you use ar^n, because it will either say such and such in the n year is greater or less than a value find the value of n
    GUYS CAN YOU PLEASE HELP
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    Anyone else think changing the base of logarithms will come up? only thing i struggle with really :/
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    (Original post by ASlevel911)
    Is it true the C2 paper has been leaked so we are getting the R paper???
    Yes it will be 3x the usual difficulty and you will fail.
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    (Original post by lukass)
    Anyone else think changing the base of logarithms will come up? only thing i struggle with really :/
    The formula for changing the base of logarithms is in the formula book, no need to worry
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    (Original post by Haych97)
    Not maths related but what exam board are you with for ICT?
    You mean Computer Science? My sixth form doesn't do IT. (Idk if you just called it that because its easier or you actually do ICT).

    I'm doing AQA.
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    do we have to learn how to prove the formula for the sum of infinity as well?
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    (Original post by Haych97)
    Too long to explain on here however Exam solutions has been through this paper and done worked solutions for it, i'l add the link below:
    https://www.examsolutions.net/a-leve...0&solution=5.2
    Thank you. Very useful!
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    (Original post by lukass)
    Anyone else think changing the base of logarithms will come up? only thing i struggle with really :/
    Essentially you can change the base of the logarithm to whatever you want

    And so to solve a log equation which has different bases, just change one of the log bases and then you'll have the same bases :yes:
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    (Original post by LearningGeek)
    oh so if you screwed up AS your screwed for the course you want in uni
    The Unis i applied for want an A but I got a B for AS, so when I applied I made sure i emailed them as soon as possible, letting them know I am retaking the previous year at the same time and they said it was fine and then offered me a place
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    (Original post by El-Presidente)
    No, if your predicted grades are believable and the University can be convinced then they won't care. Trust me. I got ABCC last year, and got a reduced offer from a university offering AAB (It was AAA but they dropped it to AAB for some reason, then reduced it for me to ABB). It was to do Computer Science.

    I did get asked in an interview why Computer Science if I got a C in it, and I gave a stupid response (I was expecting they would ask that but never thought how to answer it lol) but I still got AAB from them.
    oh right, cool
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    (Original post by lukass)
    Anyone else think changing the base of logarithms will come up? only thing i struggle with really :/
    You just need to remember the formula which is logaX =LogbX/LogbA
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    (Original post by Oz_Vessalius)
    make sure you know your proofs for geometric convergence and your fourier transformations for trig questions involving sine i've heard they've been tipped to come up this year
    oh and also you need to understand how the cayley-hamilton theorem works
    Nobody cares that you study more maths

    What are you trying to do? Impress us? :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by C2 MAY 20)
    Nobody cares that you study more maths

    What are you trying to do? Impress us? :rolleyes:

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    +1. He was crap at one point too.
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    The C2 June 2015 paper has been leaked
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    How do you do question 10d June 2014R paper?? Thanks
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    Hi can anyone tell me what kind of raw mark you need to be able to get 100 UMS?
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    https://c4a3f001dcd45afe69d0ceec8300...%20Edexcel.pdf

    3)a. Why is f(k)=-8?
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    (Original post by Elliemay97)
    Hi can anyone tell me what kind of raw mark you need to be able to get 100 UMS?
    Lowest I've seen is 73, it's usually 75 though.
 
 
 
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