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    any one doing this also?or am i alone?
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    Im doing it aswell.

    Good luck
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    me too

    don't forget you'll have the comprehension paper after the normal one
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    (Original post by Chiral)
    me too

    don't forget you'll have the comprehension paper after the normal one
    Yeah i forgot about that until the other day - its gonna make me late for work now :rolleyes:

    Will be time for me to live in a bit
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    did you guys find the comprehension paper tough? or is it just me? :rolleyes:
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    Comprehension was toughish later on. Early questions were easy. I managed to get the last question (I think) by pure luck.
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    how did you find paper A (the actual maths exam!)? the last part of the vector question made me think.
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    OMFG!!! The comprehension paper was so difficult. I couldnt answer Q4, Q5 or Q7

    I though section A was pretty average really. Some easy bits, some tricky bits. I couldnt do the last vector question but the rest of that question was fairly reasonable i think.
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    c4 was fairly good, considering! the comp was tricky, lots of info in the article to confuse you!! Still i managed to answer every question which helps! I found section A harder then section B (for paper A)
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    I thought the first section of the main C4 paper was relatively difficult, and I know I completely screwed up that easy 4 mark trig question.

    The second section was a lot easier and the last vector question was pretty straightforward - just let the equation you had to write down (not work out!) equal the vector (x y z) and slap in the point C and then see if it works (which it doesn't and it doesn't cross C).

    The comprehension was hard, and I missed out 1 and half questions and by that time I really couldn't be arsed since the main C4 paper was a bit of a slog to say the least.
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    C4 was quite easy. the comp paper was tough but i still think i did good in it. I am expecting at least a C or a B. but i do think the ocr mei syllabus is a load of b***s**t
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    i must be one of the only ones that found the comprehension alot better than the main paper. it was the parametric equations that i couldn't see straight away, tried to go back to it and ran out of time. oh well will have to wait till results day now i suppose.
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    for the volumes of revolution question, was it 1-e^-2x or 1+e^-2x? also was it t/1-t^2 for q7i? i found the c4 paper ok but the comprehension was impossible!!
 
 
 
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