Edexcel GCSE Mathematics A Higher Paper 2016 Unofficial Markscheme

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    for question 18a is 14/5 accepted?
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    High A borderline A*
    So then a C would be in the 30s right?
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    Here is the thread for the Foundation paper:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4121887
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    (Original post by LieutenantJ)
    One question, are we allowed to use highlighters in the exam please?
    yea you can, just don't write your answers in them.
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    (Original post by Sophiee23)
    So then a C would be in the 30s right?
    Probably 35-40
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    (Original post by KieranPRTL)
    Would you say if I got 32-35 marks in both of the papers I would be safe? Or nah?
    safe as houses mate
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    Some people on this thread are beggars belief, uneducated degenerate impotents, NATURAL SELECTION WILL GET YOU, stupid retards.
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    I got 36 I made some mistakes. I'm aiming for a C anyway. I need to get 40 on the calculator paper

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    Wasn't question 1, 3 marks not 2


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    Hey looking at the unofficial mark scheme I calculated that I got:

    Questions I definitely got all marks: Q1-14 correct, q15 (I think I dropped a mark), q16-21 correct, q24 (probs lost a maximum of 3 marks), and q25 (I got most the working out however my working out was everywhere so not sure the examiner will know where my marks are)?

    The questions I nearly got full marks (got all full method marks, but wrong answer due to stupid mistakes): q12, 15, 24, 25

    Questions I think I got no marks at all or a few method marks: 19, 22 (1-2 method marks), 25.

    Could someone tell me is this likely to be an A*? I know we can't change the questions but it will let me know whether I need to work harder for the calculator exam!
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    (Original post by tomiakande)
    harshly marked i got 87/88 , soo annoyed with myself for not checking 2 of my answers again, would gave gotten 90+ ah well, hopefully, i get 90-99 in the next paper
    Same

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    Any one did the 3HR IGCSE Edexcel Maths exam (Higher tier) today?? A ms would be greatly appreciated
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    (Original post by LogicalFallacy)
    Thank you all for contributing!
    Please post the foundation markscheme!!
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    (Original post by EZmathsEXAM)
    Some people on this thread are beggars belief, uneducated degenerate impotents, NATURAL SELECTION WILL GET YOU, stupid retards.
    That feel when...
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    You know the question where its 100-25pi, I put that in my working out but for the answer i put 75pi (regretting my life rn) Will i lose marks?
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    question 10 is an error, pretty sure its -3,-2.5
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    Will 67 be an A?
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Hey looking at the unofficial mark scheme I calculated that I got:

    Questions I definitely got all marks: Q1-14 correct, q15 (I think I dropped a mark), q16-21 correct, q24 (probs lost a maximum of 3 marks), and q25 (I got most the working out however my working out was everywhere so not sure the examiner will know where my marks are)?

    The questions I nearly got full marks (got all full method marks, but wrong answer due to stupid mistakes): q12, 15, 24, 25

    Questions I think I got no marks at all or a few method marks: 19, 22 (1-2 method marks), 25.

    Could someone tell me is this likely to be an A*? I know we can't change the questions but it will let me know whether I need to work harder for the calculator exam!
    How many marks did you get altogether?
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    thank you, i hope that we will get the paper on the foundation thread too and see how much we have scored...dead worried i made silly mistakes

    (Original post by LogicalFallacy)
    Here is the thread for the Foundation paper:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4121887
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    (Original post by EZmathsEXAM)
    Some people on this thread are beggars belief, uneducated degenerate impotents, NATURAL SELECTION WILL GET YOU, stupid retards.
    Maybe the government's new trolling regulations will get you...
 
 
 
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