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    So for J, I can't remember if I got b or c. What was answer b again?

    Think I've got somewhere in the high fifties, maybe 60/61 if I'm lucky, so I think it might be a bit borderline as to whether I get an interview. Depends how many marks the last parts of Q2 and Q5 are cos I got stuck on those.
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    (Original post by RuairiMorrissey)
    I feel like I've not done well enough to get an interview : (
    same. was getting mid 60s then completely flunked this. absolute miracle if i get 50 lol. hopefully my gcses and as levels/predictions could possibly help me (theyre almost perfect....unlike my mat score ayy lmao :///)
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    (Original post by CaiusMartius)
    same. was getting mid 60s then completely flunked this. absolute miracle if i get 50 lol. hopefully my gcses and as levels/predictions could possibly help me (theyre almost perfect....unlike my mat score ayy lmao :///)
    I was getting 80's in past papers but didn't get anywhere near that the one time it counted!
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    (Original post by joels188)
    So for J, I can't remember if I got b or c. What was answer b again?

    Think I've got somewhere in the high fifties, maybe 60/61 if I'm lucky, so I think it might be a bit borderline as to whether I get an interview. Depends how many marks the last parts of Q2 and Q5 are cos I got stuck on those.
    Thats exactly how i think i did, hopefully we're on low end of the scale for getting an interview, and i put the answer for J was that if there is only one distinct prime factor then there are some final digits which are impossible, not sure if its right though.
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    What was the values of a for the multiple choice and what was the choices A and B in the last one?
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    (Original post by redsquared)
    Thats exactly how i think i did, hopefully we're on low end of the scale for getting an interview, and i put the answer for J was that if there is only one distinct prime factor then there are some final digits which are impossible, not sure if its right though.
    Fingers crossed!
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    Hi, sorry if i sound very uninformed, but is it true that at a certain point your mat score doesnt matter? the feedback graphs show a decreasing correlation between mat score and offer likelihood once you are above the 70s?
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    In the bilateral functions how did people prove f (×) part after proving x^n isn't it pretty much exactly the same

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    Watching this thread I have 0 memory of what I did. Hopefully I'll get above 50. But I think I have completely butchered the MCQs. Anxiety is taking the better part of me.
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    (Original post by dfbenjamin)
    0 isn't possible and I just realised why. I put the same as you thinking for some reason that 5^2 ended in 0 lol

    ah well
    F*** I forgot about 0
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    Yeah that's exactly what I done but it was such a strange question

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    (Original post by redsquared)
    F*** I forgot about 0
    yeah it sucks

    especially since i found that B was false, then went on and did the impossible digits one and found that was false (incorrectly) and then guessed the wrong one... if I had just said "aha this is false I can stop" I would have gotten it right
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    (Original post by joels188)
    So for J, I can't remember if I got b or c. What was answer b again?

    Think I've got somewhere in the high fifties, maybe 60/61 if I'm lucky, so I think it might be a bit borderline as to whether I get an interview. Depends how many marks the last parts of Q2 and Q5 are cos I got stuck on those.
    Same here. I got stuck on q2 and q5. They seemed difficult. I think it was just less than 1/2 for q5 and 1/4 q2
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    When will oxford release the paper and mark scheme?
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    (Original post by pressurize)
    Hi, sorry if i sound very uninformed, but is it true that at a certain point your mat score doesnt matter? the feedback graphs show a decreasing correlation between mat score and offer likelihood once you are above the 70s?
    If you're in the mid 70s I think you'd have to really mess up your interview not to get an offer.
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    (Original post by dfbenjamin)
    0 isn't possible and I just realised why. I put the same as you thinking for some reason that 5^2 ended in 0 lol

    ah well
    Ah yes I remember now, I did put that
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    What did people get for q6?

    It was the dancers one about off-beat dances. if the sum is odd. If i remember for the very last parts i got something about there being 2 rings if n was even and 1 ring if n was odd?
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    (Original post by dfbenjamin)
    yeah it sucks

    especially since i found that B was false, then went on and did the impossible digits one and found that was false (incorrectly) and then guessed the wrong one... if I had just said "aha this is false I can stop" I would have gotten it right
    Oh well thats another 4 marks i didn't get
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    (Original post by m0.4444)
    What did people get for q6?

    It was the dancers one about off-beat dances. if the sum is odd. If i remember for the very last parts i got something about there being 2 rings if n was even and 1 ring if n was odd?
    I also got something like that. Therefore using the previous part I believe n had to be divisible by 6?
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    (Original post by dfbenjamin)
    I just really explicitly split the polynomial up into lots of x^ns then applied the result to all of them. I thought that question was weird since there was barely a leap in thought between each part, it pretty much just flowed on
    Yeah i did the same. I said that f(x) could be written as a polynomial hence you can integrate each x term in the same way you did for the part before
 
 
 
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