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    (Original post by adi19956)
    You're aware that the 80 UMS grade boundary in June '09 was 55/75 right?
    I think this feels like a 59 - 61/75 for an A. I also don't think I made the cut. Hopefully C1 and C2 can bring me back over the line though.
    Yes, that's because the June 09' paper had hard questions throughout the paper one after another non-stop. Apart from the Moments and maybe SUVAT/Speed-time graph question the rest of this paper was relatively straightforward given that someone had gone through all the papers and solomon's.
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    for the last question, i got A right. but for B i stupidly got the tension wrong. so when i did C i used that tension but i did the right method. how many marks would i get for last question.
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    question 7c ii) I got 10/11 - i think i used a wrong method but it still kind've worked when i put it back in.... will i get any marks ?
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    (Original post by qwertyuiopg)
    Yep I did the same one!! Do you remember any answers?? I found it difficult (mainly time pressure though).
    Ahh not exactly. I have a feeling all my answers are wrong that's why I've been looking for a markscheme but everyone seems to be only talking about the paper that Arsey put up.

    I think for question 2 the tensions were 7.something and 8.something and according to some people the R for question 7 was 1700(or something close).

    I found the first question. I don't know why I couldn't get the answer, I tried double checking with the total momentum equation but it didn't work so I know I'm definitely wrong there. Think one of the speeds for the particles in question 1 was -2m/s

    And the mass, again according to some people, was 20.something? :confused:
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    (Original post by MAyman12)
    I'm an international student and haven't done the paper you're talking about:confused:
    So that's how we're stopped to cheat... in the past after every exam, everyone had to go into isolation where we couldn't have phones, computers, etc... This year they tell us, there is still isolation, except for maths and sciences....
    I'm like: Wha???

    If the papers are different across different time zones, then it makes sense.
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    (Original post by leafy9)
    I'm considering starting a new thread for M1 international students. Though does anyone remember any questions to get us started off?
    I remember the one with the tensions in the strings. I think the weight was 8 and the angles were 25 and 35. Also the one with the ball being thrown one from 50m at 2ms^-1 and one from ground at 20ms^-1 and we needed to find the time when they're the same height.

    That's about all I remember :/
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    This was a horrid paper for me , went completely balls up ! Messed up the moments completely ! Messed up the parallel vector part , messed up the reaction of the lift on the lady !!!! IM DOOMED
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    http://www.youtube.com/user/maths247...tag_id=&view=0
    check your answers here for M1 edexcel,
    I am getting around 68 cuz I just messed up the motorcyclist bit :/
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    Yes, that's because the June 09' paper had hard questions throughout the paper one after another non-stop. Apart from the Moments and maybe SUVAT/Speed-time graph question the rest of this paper was relatively straightforward given that someone had gone through all the papers and solomon's.
    SUVAT was my downfall, Where do you reckon 90ums will be ? I think I got 64/65 out of 75
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    Does anyone know how many follow through marks would be awarded for question 6 if I got m as 30 instead of 25 and therefore a wrong distance and used these throughout the question with a right method?
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    (Original post by lmcnally5)
    Does anyone know how many follow through marks would be awarded for question 6 if I got m as 30 instead of 25 and therefore a wrong distance and used these throughout the question with a right method?
    You may get ECF (error carried forward), unless there is a DM1 (decision mark 1) on the paper depending on your answer. ECF probably will only get you 1 or 2 more marks though
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    Made one ridiculous mistake, for question 7a I calculated the velocity as (1i-0j), irrespective of this wrong answer I calculated the speed as one normally does (square both the i component and j component add them and take the square root) How many marks will i drop?
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    Thank you so so much, reckon I got about 87% which is enough for me!! x
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    (Original post by vgautam)
    Made one ridiculous mistake, for question 7a I calculated the velocity as (1i-0j), irrespective of this wrong answer I calculated the speed as one normally does (square both the i component and j component add them and take the square root) How many marks will i drop?
    Lose A1 so 1 mark
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    (Original post by qwertyuiopg)
    I remember the one with the tensions in the strings. I think the weight was 8 and the angles were 25 and 35. Also the one with the ball being thrown one from 50m at 2ms^-1 and one from ground at 20ms^-1 and we needed to find the time when they're the same height.

    That's about all I remember :/
    The tension one I got something like 7.6N and 8.4N. Not sure which one for which.
    The one with the two balls, I got about 2.8s and about 17.2 m

    You remember what you got?


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    (Original post by Jagriti)
    http://www.youtube.com/user/maths247...tag_id=&view=0
    check your answers here for M1 edexcel,
    I am getting around 68 cuz I just messed up the motorcyclist bit :/
    I got the whole playlist link..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rupLR...BX5q_Xwol7cPve
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Lose A1 so 1 mark
    So out of three I should get 2?
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    (Original post by vgautam)
    So out of three I should get 2?
    Yup
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    (Original post by kaash6296)
    bruv if im right bearing was 225...coz 45 would be upwards
    It's not a bearing, it's in a completley different plane to north/south
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    SUVAT was my downfall, Where do you reckon 90ums will be ? I think I got 64/65 out of 75
    90ums is generally 69 or 70/75
 
 
 
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