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    (Original post by Wasabi_)
    How many hours do you revise for maths? I want my grade C didn't do too well on non calculator paper. Does anyone know if calculator paper is easier to get the marks? I need to get a C.
    just make sure you can do half of the paper correctly plus ensure that you know all the G to D grade topics well - that will still get you a C :yep:
    ermm i personally think cal ones because i get more marks on them but dont forget that they can make the questions more harder and add more bits into the question
    :goodluck:
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    just make sure you can do half of the paper correctly plus ensure that you know all the G to D grade topics well - that will still get you a C :yep:
    ermm i personally think cal ones because i get more marks on them but dont forget that they can make the questions more harder and add more bits into the question
    :goodluck:
    Do you know where i can get a list of topics? Also, do you know overall grade to get C?
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    (Original post by Wasabi_)
    Do you know where i can get a list of topics? Also, do you know overall grade to get C?
    haven't you seen my OP (opening post) on page 1
    there are numerous of links where you can find the list of topics :yep:
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    why werent you around when I was doing GCSE maths 2 years ago
    haha I think this is cool tho.
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    (Original post by aladdin818)
    why werent you around when I was doing GCSE maths 2 years ago
    haha I think this is cool tho.
    :rofl: i did my GCSEs last year though :lol: i am sure you smashed your GCSEs :woo:
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    How did everybody find the calculator paper today? I'm on OCR by the way


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    Calc you later was so easy. Literally the grade boundaries will go up so much. Hopefully I get 90+ to ensure an A*. I got 81-85 on non calc depending on how harsh the examiner is and on this I feel like i got 85. That will hopefully get me to 165ish/200 which is borderline A/A*. Now just gotta wait for that Mr.Kibria provisional mark scheme. That 6 marker last question was beautiful. This was edexcel btw
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    guys ive checked both unofficial mark schemes and im fairly certain i got around 168-172 in total, is that probably an a*
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    (Original post by JayrZ)
    guys ive checked both unofficial mark schemes and im fairly certain i got around 168-172 in total, is that probably an a*
    wow :woo: well done, sounds like your paper was super easy. last years was hard
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    you will look back at gcese in 3 years time and wonder what you were all worrying about lol.
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    wow :woo: well done, sounds like your paper was super easy. last years was hard
    the paper 2 was a gift from edexcel as im pretty sure they didnt want a repeat of last years outrage
 
 
 
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