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    (Original post by joneso007)
    If you look through what's on this thread already most of the answers have come up. No-one can really do a 'mark scheme' because we can't remember what order the questions were in.
    Most other papers are given unofficial mark schemes post-accumulating of questions on the paper.
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    (Original post by Andyroo17)
    ahhhh i wrote bus for the 'autobus en campo' or whatever question, and then in a last minute panic crossed it out for coach
    You might get away with that. It was 'introduce buses to the countryside' I think.
    P.S. See my signature below about last second blanks...
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    I'm predicting grade boundaries for A* 32/33 listening and maybe 36-37 Reading
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    (Original post by Stonebizzy)
    I'm predicting grade boundaries for A* 32/33 listening and maybe 36-37 Reading
    surely that's too high???
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    (Original post by Stonebizzy)
    I'm predicting grade boundaries for A* 32/33 listening and maybe 36-37 Reading
    You're crazy.


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    (Original post by Jina)
    You're crazy.
    Let's hope so.
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    judging from my school everybody found them really easy, sorry if that's not the case for everyone
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    (Original post by Elliemay97)
    I was also unsure about the yolanda blanco question??
    I think it was something to do with getting married?? I heard 'casado' but I'm not sure...
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    What did you guys put for the voluntary work question?
    I think I put:

    1. Provide hot meals to support older people
    2. Organise charity events to help victims of ...?
    3. Can't remember what I put
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    (Original post by joneso007)
    Let's hope so.
    Lol did you find it difficult too? I thought the reading was atrocious.


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    (Original post by FN510)
    What did you guys put for the voluntary work question?
    I think I put:

    1. Provide hot meals to support older people
    2. Organise charity events to help victims of ...?
    3. Can't remember what I put
    Give out hot meals to support the elderly
    Organise charity concerts to help victims of floods
    Collect school equipment to send to third world countries


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    (Original post by HugeBicepLAD)
    Give out hot meals to support the elderly
    Organise charity concerts to help victims of floods
    Collect school equipment to send to third world countries


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    Would "send materials to countries that are poor" work or is that too ambiguous. Lol


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Lol did you find it difficult too? I thought the reading was atrocious.


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    it really was
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    (Original post by mariaaaa12)
    it really was
    Glad someone thinks so. Plus we had annoying music coming from the dance studio. -_-


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    i did not like this test. it was ok, but im kinda worried about my grades. apparently you need 33 raw marks for A* in Listening and 29 raw marks for A* in Reading, i think...

    hopefully i did well enough, but that spanish test was not that easy....

    you need 270 UMS overall to get an A* in spanish, so if i got something like 36 UMS marks in both , that would make it 72, which means that i would need like 200 UMS in writing and speaking in order to get this grade. and the maximum you can get for writing and speaking is 180 making it impossible to get 200 UMS, so 180 + 72 = 252, an A. NOT an A*. and obviously the speaking and writing will have deducted marks, say it is 162, so 162 + 72 = 234, so a B.

    Que Pena!
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    (Original post by meeeeee7)
    I wrote BD BC for the statements


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    I got the same answers, hopefully it is correct...
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    Did you all get foolish or argumentative? I really can't remember what the answer was..
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    (Original post by maxwynne)
    Did you all get foolish or argumentative? I really can't remember what the answer was..
    I put foolish
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    They were weird. I breezed through them with ease, but there were a few horrrrrrriiiiiiiible questions here and there my god. Did people say that the question about bullying, with the kids out of work, did you put that 'some bullies didn't even go to the school'? And did you put for the diary question, insecure, then foolish, then self assured?
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    (Original post by Alexrose1)
    They were weird. I breezed through them with ease, but there were a few horrrrrrriiiiiiiible questions here and there my god. Did people say that the question about bullying, with the kids out of work, did you put that 'some bullies didn't even go to the school'? And did you put for the diary question, insecure, then foolish, then self assured?
    Some bullies didnt even go to school
    Bullying happens when the teachers aren't there
    There is occasional theft
    He felt reasonably secure in his school


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