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    what did everyone think of the p2 exam this afternoon?
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    hard hard hard - 'funny' trypes of questions i thought - forgot the summation of n terms - wouldnt have expectd tht to come up , circle question dodgy, couldnt do number 2 [that asmpytotes ones]
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    yeah i thought it was pants.

    was it just me or was there no RSin(0+a) questions? integration by substitution? Chain rule, product rule? or trapezium rule? which bits did you find hardest?

    Did you get like 174 for the last question?
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    (Original post by Da_Head1)
    yeah i thought it was pants.

    was it just me or was there no RSin(0+a) questions? integration by substitution? Chain rule, product rule? or trapezium rule? which bits did you find hardest?

    Did you get like 174 for the last question?
    That was all on P2?!?! What syllabus you doing?
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    AQA -> starting to lose faith in it
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    found it pretty easy... all the stuff i didnt revise didnt come up.... rsin(a+0) etc and numerical methods! not looking 4ward 2 P3 tho!
    y did everyone find P2 so hard???
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    I found it pretty easy but most people seemed to think it was hard - not that much of what I revised came up either but it was still fine.

    AQA Spec A by the way. I think theres a spec B aswell.

    and yeah I got 174 for the last question aswell as quite a few people at my college.
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    ok, my teacher marked my answers (put them on qu paper) and i got about 70 on the paper minimum marks, so im not too disapointed but i wanted to do better!

    the last qu was 174!
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    174 wahoo! Thats cool that your teacher marks it! I wish ours did that...
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    How many marks was the last question?
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    3 or 4 I think - part D of q. 8
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    (Original post by Jump)
    How many marks was the last question?
    (a) 4 marks
    (b) 1 mark
    (c) 4marks

    got the paper here now! :p:
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    (Original post by northern_lass)
    (a) 4 marks
    (b) 1 mark
    (c) 4marks

    got the paper here now! :p:
    don't suppose you could scan it in or something - we weren't allowed take them.
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    my scanners knackerd, but ill do it at college tomoro

    u should ask ur maths teacher for one, if u did it as a resit, u paid for it!
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    (Original post by northern_lass)
    my scanners knackerd, but ill do it at college tomoro

    u should ask ur maths teacher for one, if u did it as a resit, u paid for it!
    Thanks, I didn't do it as a resit though plus I doubt I'll ever see my teacher again anyway.
 
 
 
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