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    I liked that paper
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    (Original post by JObertelli)
    As a data type time is continuous, it doesn't matter that some intermediate values are missing, although a scattergraph would work too, just not a bar chart as there is no categoric data
    Displaying P2 was only possible with a bar graph as data was discrete. But we didn't get asked that haha! I didn't mind that paper! Mind you, compared to my spectacularly bad 3 marks off a U in January, I can't really do as bad.
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    All in all seemed a nice exam
    Preferred it ALOT to the January one


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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    All in all seemed a nice exam
    Preferred it ALOT to the January one


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    Same! I did finish with about 40 minutes to spare in January, but I finished with 5 minutes to spare today, which is hopefully a good sign!
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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    Same! I did finish with about 40 minutes to spare in January, but I finished with 5 minutes to spare today, which is hopefully a good sign!
    I was stuck with what to write in January but the ideas just kept flowing today, finished as the exam invidulator came to tell me my time was up so only just made it aha


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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    I was stuck with what to write in January but the ideas just kept flowing today, finished as the exam invidulator came to tell me my time was up so only just made it aha


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    Oooh sounds like a good sign! Same happened for me. I didn't know we weren't allowed the AIB in the room with us (in our bags, not on the desk), ours confiscated those. They didn't in January. :cool:
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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    Oooh sounds like a good sign! Same happened for me. I didn't know we weren't allowed the AIB in the room with us (in our bags, not on the desk), ours confiscated those. They didn't in January. :cool:
    Im confused, You are allowed the AIB just a clean version, no annotations on it , or is that what you was on about?


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    That was a really nice exam I liked the last question! What advice did you guys give to Lisa's mum?
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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    Im confused, You are allowed the AIB just a clean version, no annotations on it , or is that what you was on about?


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    Yeah, obviously they let us have a clean AIB haha, but if we had our own in our bags we had to hand them in, which we hadn't had to in January.
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    (Original post by wild_eyes)
    That was a really nice exam I liked the last question! What advice did you guys give to Lisa's mum?
    Ooh I can't really remember now. I know I said that the quake was a result of hundreds, if not thousands, of years worth of pressure and that it was unlikely that a further earthquake would have such a high magnitude as a result. I also said that the likelihood of it having the same epicentre next time was unlikely. Can't remember what else I said, but I know there was something.
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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    Yeah, obviously they let us have a clean AIB haha, but if we had our own in our bags we had to hand them in, which we hadn't had to in January.
    You were allowed your own version in January?! That seems slightly unfair

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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    Yeah, obviously they let us have a clean AIB haha, but if we had our own in our bags we had to hand them in, which we hadn't had to in January.
    Oh blonde moment! Haha
    We've never been allowed our own, it always had to be the clean one


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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    Oh blonde moment! Haha
    We've never been allowed our own, it always had to be the clean one


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    (Original post by lucyv95)
    You were allowed your own version in January?! That seems slightly unfair

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    Nooo, we weren't allowed our own, even if we had an AIB in our bag (that was going to stay in our bag) we had to hand it in. We had a clean one on the desk but we were not allowed to have our own AIBs in our bags. We were allowed to keep them in our bags in January but were not in this exam.

    Hopefully got myself across that time haha (I am not good at communication that isn't face to face at all it seems).
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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    Nooo, we weren't allowed our own, even if we had an AIB in our bag (that was going to stay in our bag) we had to hand it in. We had a clean one on the desk but we were not allowed to have our own AIBs in our bags. We were allowed to keep them in our bags in January but were not in this exam.

    Hopefully got myself across that time haha (I am not good at communication that isn't face to face at all it seems).
    Oh I get you now! Aha
    We have to put everything we take to the exam in trays at the front of the hall as we walk in like our locker keys and any revision notes we had whilst waiting to go into the hall and then pick them up on the way out
    We aren't allowed to carry bags round school because of how old it is the corridors are narrow so we have lockers to keep everything in so our bags are expected to be in lockers for exams


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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    Oh I get you now! Aha
    We have to put everything we take to the exam in trays at the front of the hall as we walk in like our locker keys and any revision notes we had whilst waiting to go into the hall and then pick them up on the way out
    We aren't allowed to carry bags round school because of how old it is the corridors are narrow so we have lockers to keep everything in so our bags are expected to be in lockers for exams


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    That seems so odd to me! It is quite nice that you don't have to lug your stuff around though haha!
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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    That seems so odd to me! It is quite nice that you don't have to lug your stuff around though haha!
    Haha it was strange to me too at first as I moved schools for sixth form and my old school didn't have lockers and we carried our bags all day but it was a nice change no lugging a bag around but the folders were heavier than my bag ever was aha


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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    Haha it was strange to me too at first as I moved schools for sixth form and my old school didn't have lockers and we carried our bags all day but it was a nice change no lugging a bag around but the folders were heavier than my bag ever was aha


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    I only ever had a locker in lower school in Year 7, and they'd always be surrounding by scary-looking gangs of chavs when you were trying to get your PE kit. Haha, aww I bet!
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    How'd everyone do?

    I got 61 UMS, which was B. Much better than the E (three UMS off a U) I got in January! Phew. :lol:
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    (Original post by annemariemoore)
    How'd everyone do?

    I got 61 UMS, which was B. Much better than the E (three UMS off a U) I got in January! Phew. :lol:
    Congrats!! I got a C which was a great improvement on my E from January haha
    Really like the summer paper compared to the January one though which helped :')


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    (Original post by laurablondejayne)
    Congrats!! I got a C which was a great improvement on my E from January haha
    Really like the summer paper compared to the January one though which helped :')


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    Congrats, that's fantastic! Ooh me too, and I thought the Christchurch earthquake was loads more interesting than the Belo Monte dam! What are you doing next? Uni?
 
 
 
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