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    hi.
    does anyone know how to retrieve the m1 paper?
    any maths paper acutally cos you never get to keep it, unlike english and other subjects...
    is it on any website or is it even possible to get it?
    im quite paranoid about how i did in m1, i want to see roughly how many marks i got!!!
    thanks.

    (i wrote down most of the answers i got for that m1 paper... was anyone else as sad as that? does anyone know what they got for any specific question? wow i am so paranoid)
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    If it's 2005 papers, it won't be on the website, as the 2005 season of the exams is not over yet. They will be posted sometime in september or in early 2006. After the exams, there are extra exam papers, and you can get a copy of it.
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    (Original post by aless_moretti)
    hi.
    does anyone know how to retrieve the m1 paper?
    any maths paper acutally cos you never get to keep it, unlike english and other subjects...
    is it on any website or is it even possible to get it?
    im quite paranoid about how i did in m1, i want to see roughly how many marks i got!!!
    thanks.

    (i wrote down most of the answers i got for that m1 paper... was anyone else as sad as that? does anyone know what they got for any specific question? wow i am so paranoid)
    View the Maths forum to answer all your questions. Lots of info there.

    The M1 paper will probably be available to download in a few days if someone gets hold of it so keep looking.
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    i'm sure there'll be one floating around your school. i don't think the teachers have to give them back to the exam boards or anything, and although they might even throw most copies away, they should have a few aside to look at for reference.
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    Go into school and get them! They are totally available.
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    yup the school keep them for use as practice papers for the up and coming students, so just ask and they will give you a copy!!!

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    thanks guys ill get a hold of one from school if i can
    good luck for the rest of your exams to all of you! (i still have 7!!!)
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    (Original post by aless_moretti)
    thanks guys ill get a hold of one from school if i can
    good luck for the rest of your exams to all of you! (i still have 7!!!)
    THERES A SITE WHERE YOU CAN GET ALL ANSWERS TO PAPERS... AND ALSO ANOTHER SITE FOR PAPERS MEI BOARD... plz tell me ur doin mei exam board now AND THEN ILL TELL U THE SITES
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    god...^
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    is mei Edexcel? All the exams I am doing are edexcel...wot's the website?
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    (Original post by aless_moretti)
    is mei Edexcel? All the exams I am doing are edexcel...wot's the website?

    not quite... edexcel is just on its own... MEI is with OCR... no worries...

    cause the MEI pp are on the website... but theres another site with the answers... called MEIKLERIGGS.CO.UK and then click the meikleriggs box .... good site to find ans to papers
    - for MEI papers... lol not edexcel
    and gd luk with wat ever
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    (Original post by aless_moretti)
    is mei Edexcel? All the exams I am doing are edexcel...wot's the website?
    www.edexcel.org.uk
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    It is your right to keep them as you pay to enter exams (or at least you do at private schools) so you can demand to keep your exam paper, just go into school and ask for it.
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    as far as i'm aware edexcel and OCR do not publish their papers on the site, although AQA does!!! I have spoken to somebody from OCR and they hope to be trialing an online service very soon!!!

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    (Original post by JohnStuartMill)
    It is your right to keep them as you pay to enter exams (or at least you do at private schools) so you can demand to keep your exam paper, just go into school and ask for it.
    Edexcel make you write the answers in the question paper now so you can't keep them whereas before I think you had a separate answer booklet from the question paper.
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    The teachers will get the spare copies for sure, so you can ask them instead of the invigilators/examinations people.

    (Original post by cattericksmiler)
    as far as i'm aware edexcel and OCR do not publish their papers on the site, although AQA does!!! I have spoken to somebody from OCR and they hope to be trialing an online service very soon!!!

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    That's good to hear! I hope Edexcel will do the same in the future too. :p: Thanks for the news.

    (Original post by Chris87)
    Edexcel make you write the answers in the question paper now so you can't keep them whereas before I think you had a separate answer booklet from the question paper.
    True. However, it depends what subject it is. For example, Edexcel business, you need to write the answers in the booklet. Most of the time, essay type subjects will need to be written in the answer booklet.
 
 
 

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