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# Edexcel GCSE Mathematics A Higher Paper 2016 Unofficial Markscheme Watch

1. (Original post by Azfar)
wat school do u go?
st.mary redcliffe
2. Best of luck guys for paper 2, till than enhance your focus to improve your ethic and iq
3. (Original post by Rebqqq)
On the invers question I said k was 10 so all of my answers are one place too small will I get any marks
Nope, 4 marks. 3 marks for the correct answers and 1 mark for finding the the constant (k) = 100
4. (Original post by King.Enn)
Only 1for knowing k is involved
If I got 2/3 of the figures right how many marks would i get out of 4?

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5. (Original post by King.Enn)
Best of luck guys for paper 2, till than enhance your focus to improve your ethic and iq
hope you get your bloody minimum of 96 marks, aha na i do hope you get what you want though good luckkk
6. (Original post by King.Enn)
Any one hoping to get 96 or above on the paper.
That is my minimum.
According to the mark scheme im looking at between 94 and 98.
7. (Original post by blueribbons99)
If I got 2/3 of the figures right how many marks would i get out of 4?

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2 marks
8. (Original post by miles354)
According to the mark scheme im looking at between 94 and 98.
Well i probably got 100, but unsure if my explations for circle theroms and box plot were solid
9. (Original post by LogicalFallacy)
That was correct.
I put 750cm2 do you think they will give 2 marks instead of three or none ?
10. How many marks do you think I can pick up for working out on questions 25 (inverse proportion which I got the wrong answers for) and question 26 (got all the working but wrote a different answer )?

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11. (Original post by King.Enn)
Well i probably got 100, but unsure if my explations for circle theroms and box plot were solid
Saammm, that and i subtracted the areas wrong in the last question
12. (Original post by Charlotteb1234)
I put 750cm2 do you think they will give 2 marks instead of three or none ?
You'll get 2 marks, stating the units of measurement was pretty important, probably easiest 3 mark question I've ever seen O.o
13. (Original post by zoeolo)
How many marks do you think I can pick up for working out on questions 25 (inverse proportion which I got the wrong answers for) and question 26 (got all the working but wrote a different answer )?

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Did get get the constant as 100? if not then 0/4

for question 26 1 mark for working out the area of big triangle, 1 mark for small triangle and 1 mark for correct final answer.
14. All i am saying is i am representing the top academy in Birmingham
15. If I got 84-90 marks (min-max), how many do I need in the calculator paper, to secure an A*? Thanks
16. Grade boundaries? What would 70-80/100 be?

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17. (Original post by SmithAmelia)
If I got 84-90 marks (min-max), how many do I need in the calculator paper, to secure an A*? Thanks
80 marks
18. i got 78 in this paper, any possibility of me getting atleast an A
(Original post by King.Enn)
D= 50
C=60
B=95
A=130
A*=160

Out of 200.
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No-one seems to remember the mid-point question. I may be wrong, but I thought it was co-ordinates (1,2.5) and (5.7) and the midpoint would therefore be (3, 4.75). May be wrong...

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