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    How did everyone find the exam? I thought some questions were hard and sometimes couldn't figure out what they were trying to ask me :confused: like the last question giving two properties of simple covalent and ionic.
    It was nothing like any of the past papers I did! Hopefully they will lower the grade boundaries...

    Oh and if anyone could post the answers up/send a link with the answers I'd really appreciate it

    Thank you.
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    It was hard i had done past papers all the back to january 2000 to june 2009 and it was nothing like the past papers. I think i might just die!!!! No one would have the ansewers this soon you don't even have the paper???
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    I found the test alright actually much easier than the past papers, tell me which question ill say what i put?
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    It was nothing like what I was expecting, having done all the past papers. There were a few questions that threw me a bit, the one about the levels in a flame, but other than that I got most of it, I think lots of people found it quite difficult so the UMS marks will reflect that. Hopefully I still got an A.

    I would love to see the answers though, when they come out. The answers for my maths paper came out 2 days after the exam so hopefully they sould be posted soon.
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    to be honest, i found that paper ok

    the answer to the flame levels was Carbon monoxide and CxHy

    they are both products of INcomplete combustion
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    I found the test alright actually much easier than the past papers, tell me which question ill say what i put?
    dude...thats the beauty of past papers
    once yu get them out of the way, 99% of the time, the actual thing seems like a piece of cake
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    (Original post by kironkabir)
    to be honest, i found that paper ok

    the answer to the flame levels was Carbon monoxide and CxHy

    they are both products of INcomplete combustion
    Could you also put Carbon Particulates?
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    Could you also put Carbon Particulates?
    It does sound logically sound.
    I guess the idea behind the answer is to give any products of incomplete combustion i.e. anything that isn't carbon dioxide
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    when the specification's out?
 
 
 
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