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    (Original post by nicoleemmak)
    An a definitely won't be higher than 84 but could be anything between 75-84. The highest they've ever been were 83 in Jan 2012- but remember that was only retakers too.
    Good point however, the 2016 cohort had an easier paper and more past paper resources to revise from there's like so many factors that contribute to mark boundaries but I can deffo agree that the mark for an A would be no more than 86 that I'm certain
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    (Original post by nicoleemmak)
    An a definitely won't be higher than 84 but could be anything between 75-84. The highest they've ever been were 83 in Jan 2012- but remember that was only retakers too.
    Don't freak out about it only being retakers because every Janurary f322 was only retakers aswell
    Very fair point! You've kind of relieved my stress now thanks! haha
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    (Original post by jadder1224)
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    yep
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    (Original post by SlippyDuck117)
    86?? I really hope it's not that high. There was a question worth 2 marks that I couldn't do (I can do it now, but my mind went blank in the exam unfortunately) ... and I make about 10 silly errors per paper ... Oooh it might be tight :/
    So if you make 10 errors/paper and you Lost 4 extra theoretical marks not considering ECF ( which may be a lot in this paper, considering I'm also one of the many victims that'll fall prey to ECF marks for not thinking properly in the exam) id say you can pull off 86 or higher, no doubt
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    (Original post by jadder1224)
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    Aren't u supposed to put an OH group on the middle carbon on the ester

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    Does anyone know if there is a unofficial mark scheme on the internet somewhere?
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    (Original post by jadder1224)
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    Yeah...exactly that except i put the OH group below instead of above the carbon but it's basically the same thing.
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    On twitter someone said that the grading of this year's #f321 and #f322 papers has to be comparable to last year. So hopefully the grade boundaries are not going to be too high.
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    (Original post by BrownGuyIrfan)
    Yeah...exactly that except i put the OH group below instead of above the carbon but it's basically the same thing.
    How many marks do you reckon you lost?
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    (Original post by CookieMonster786)
    Aren't u supposed to put an OH group on the middle carbon on the ester

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    It is? propan-2-ol?
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    (Original post by mercuryman)
    How many marks do you reckon you lost?
    Tbh on TSR i'm only seeing people discuss the harder questions and so far so good, the rest of the paper was quite easy so I'm hoping for at atleast 80 marks but I don't wanna jinx it so....can't really say something more.
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    What are 2 sources of Nitrogen oxide?
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    who does the unoffical mark schemes for these papers? do you think someone will do one for this test? - im just scared at how easy everyone seems to be finding it lol... i hope the grade boundaries arent sky high!!
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    (Original post by BrownGuyIrfan)
    What are 2 sources of Nitrogen oxide?
    I put thunderstorms and nitrogen dioxide( lol idk my mind went blank)

    It's thunderstorms and aeroplane emissions apparently

    Do you think they'd award no2 lol
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    (Original post by BrownGuyIrfan)
    What are 2 sources of Nitrogen oxide?
    car engines and lightning
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    Would there be ecf for structure of g f and e because I got 4 carbons for the empirical formula thing but my mr was still less than 150
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    (Original post by mercuryman)
    I put thunderstorms and nitrogen dioxide( lol idk my mind went blank)

    It's thunderstorms and aeroplane emissions apparently

    Do you think they'd award no2 lol
    Actually I think they were asking for sources of N02?

    I put fossil feuls and care exhaust emmisions... both probably wrong but only worth 1 mark so it's alright
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    (Original post by BrownGuyIrfan)
    Actually I think they were asking for sources of N02?

    I put fossil feuls and care exhaust emmisions... both probably wrong but only worth 1 mark so it's alright
    fossil fuels will be correct
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