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# Edexcel IGCSE Mathematics A - Paper 3H - 2016 - Unofficial Mark Scheme watch

1. (Original post by fuzi8n137)
Nice one mate, problem is it asked for an integer, and it was 3/4 as the gradient because you got the formula wrong. It didn't ask for y=mx+c it asked for ax+by=c so keep it up
what if i only wrote 2 without working out will how much out of 3 will they give me ?

and the gradient q i did it correct but i didnt re arrange it and x it by 4 how how many mark will i get out of 4 ? thankks
2. (Original post by zendu)
idk but wasn't the question about the spheres and cube 1439
guys i got 8 for this question, pray for me
3. No.. Grade B will most likely be 44% (43-46 - I'd say). But if you look at previous years, a B has never been above 46 and this was a 'difficult' paper which may be seen as unfair for some (due to the quantity of 5 mark questions).
An A will probably be around 60 to 65% and you're probably right about an A* being 80.
4. (Original post by moblox)
did you have to get the sf sqroot it then cube it then use it?
meant 102.4 basically had to do 1600/2.5^3
5. (Original post by cornflakeexpert)
Was it harder than last years paper?
6. (Original post by izak)
pretty sure you go to the worst school in the country
You guys arguing made my day, cheers
7. Last year's A* was 76
8. (Original post by TSlayerr)
Was it harder than last years paper?
Judging by the fact last year was the hardest paper ever set and nothing like it will never be set again.... No
9. (Original post by TSlayerr)
Was it harder than last years paper?
maybe i am just dumb but i was predicted an a* and i found it so difficult. i reckon i got about 70% probably if I'm lucky, they really went for it with the hard questions : (
10. (Original post by izak)
meant 102.4 basically had to do 1600/2.5^3
Same here dude but that meant the volume was smaller than surface area, which isn't possible I don't think
11. what about make t the subject question?
12. (Original post by moblox)
what about make t the subject question?
apparently you had to factorise??
13. (Original post by fuzi8n137)
Same here dude but that meant the volume was smaller than surface area, which isn't possible I don't think
honestly cant remember the question mate but im pretty sure its right
14. (Original post by FyreSix)
No.. Grade B will most likely be 44% (43-46 - I'd say). But if you look at previous years, a B has never been above 46 and this was a 'difficult' paper which may be seen as unfair for some (due to the quantity of 5 mark questions).
An A will probably be around 60 to 65% and you're probably right about an A* being 80.
Nice one mate, problem is it asked for an integer, and it was 3/4 as the gradient because you got the formula wrong. It didn't ask for y=mx+c it asked for ax+by=c so keep it upwhat if i only wrote 2 without working out will how much out of 3 will they give me ?

and the gradient q i did it correct but i didnt re arrange it and x it by 4 how how many mark will i get out of 4 ? thankks
15. (Original post by cornflakeexpert)
apparently you had to factorise??
i tried that but got some bs think i did it at the wrong stage
16. my stress levels are higher than edexcel were when they wrote that paper right now
17. (Original post by FyreSix)
No.. Grade B will most likely be 44% (43-46 - I'd say). But if you look at previous years, a B has never been above 46 and this was a 'difficult' paper which may be seen as unfair for some (due to the quantity of 5 mark questions).
An A will probably be around 60 to 65% and you're probably right about an A* being 80.
80% for a* is so high though surely???
18. (Original post by cornflakeexpert)
80% for a* is so high though surely???
its usually 75-80%
19. (Original post by moblox)
its usually 75-80%
true, but i think the general consensus is it was a lot harder than usual (possibly because of being the last year of the current grading system)
20. (Original post by cornflakeexpert)
maybe i am just dumb but i was predicted an a* and i found it so difficult. i reckon i got about 70% probably if I'm lucky, they really went for it with the hard questions : (
exactly the same as me...damn

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