Edexcel GCSE Mathematics A Higher Paper 2016 Unofficial Markscheme

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    I got 81 with harsh marking! What would the A* boundary be?????
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    for question 24 (table of values) i managed to get all the values correct but had no working outs- how many marks would i get??
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    (Original post by Azzam240)
    I got 81 with harsh marking! What would the A* boundary be?????
    I'd say 85ish
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    (Original post by HateOCR)
    HERE IS THE LINK TO THE PAPER GUYS: http://mrkibria.weebly.com/uploads/7..._mr_kibria.pdf
    Can you please comment or reply to me and tell me what you got roughly? I got 75 out of 100
    I also got 75, very happy with that.
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    For the envelope question on writing down T as a formula which was T=5X+20Y i actually wrote that then put a line through it and cancelled it down to T=X+5Y. Does anyone know if I still get any marks or not?
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    (Original post by LogicalFallacy)
    Definitely?
    I remember seeing 3 on the paper and i think that it is 1 mark for identifying the formula, 1 mark for the answer and 1 mark for the unit (cm^3)
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    (Original post by penelopecrux)
    I think I got 99/100 omg I would just like to thank all my family and friends for supporting me and thank you for all of you TSRians's existence.
    Good Job man! you obviously deserve it!
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    (Original post by samm98)
    For the envelope question on writing down T as a formula which was T=5X+20Y i actually wrote that then put a line through it and cancelled it down to T=X+5Y. Does anyone know if I still get any marks or not?
    You couldn't cancel in that question, only simplify so if you wrong t=x+5y and not t=5(x+4y) then you would be wrong. probably 1 mark.
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    (Original post by benmorris6)
    The teacher question... I'm quite sure the question asked how many male teachers there are; not the total number of teachers?
    The only question I really struggled with was Q9... What the hell were we meant to do there?
    I think it did say he total, not just the males
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    (Original post by Sum Ting)
    for question 24 (table of values) i managed to get all the values correct but had no working outs- how many marks would i get??
    Full marks, as long as you complete the table you should get it.

    it was 4 marks, so worst case scenario you'll get 3 for not showing the constant was 100.
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    Could the question with the answer T=5x+20y be factorised further to give simplest form of T=5(x+4y)?
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    for the last part of the vectors question about point S, i put that it was also 3:1 on the line OT (or something like that) and said the lines were the same. Could i get at least 1 mark for that?
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    I think I got 67 anyone know what the grade boundaries are most likely going to be?
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    What did the vectors question look like again?
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    (Original post by samm98)
    For the envelope question on writing down T as a formula which was T=5X+20Y i actually wrote that then put a line through it and cancelled it down to T=X+5Y. Does anyone know if I still get any marks or not?
    You might be given a BOD mark which means benefit of doubt..if they can see you had the right answer (eg. ONE simple line through it, making it still readable) then some lenient examiners would give you marks
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    You couldn't cancel in that question, only simplify so if you wrong t=x+5y and not t=5(x+4y) then you would be wrong. probably 1 mark.
    Ergh. That is so frustrating because I wrote that twice before crossing it out and cancelling it. Yeah hopefully I can still get 1 mark for them seeing how I did it haha. Thanks.
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    (Original post by Newlandraven)
    Could the question with the answer T=5x+20y be factorised further to give simplest form of T=5(x+4y)?
    Yes.
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    I think I got around 84..I was really really hoping for an A* so let's hope this next paper is promising :-)
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    (Original post by LogicalFallacy)
    I'll create a foundation one here too.
    Is there a link to it> Or have u not started to create it yet??
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    (Original post by bethanyjx)
    You might be given a BOD mark which means benefit of doubt..if they can see you had the right answer (eg. ONE simple line through it, making it still readable) then some lenient examiners would give you marks
    Yes I've heard about BOD. I only put one line through the answer so fingers crossed, haha!
 
 
 
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