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1. Hey, this sounds like an easy 2 mark question but i just can't find a way to solve the answer..

Question 1 part 4!

The question is: The minimum mark for grade A (the top grade) on Paper1 was 10 marks lower than the minimum mark for grade A in paper2. Given that 25 students gained a grade A in P1, find the number of candidates that got an A in P2

Thanks...
2. (Original post by Abed1993)
Hey, this sounds like an easy 2 mark question but i just can't find a way to solve the answer..

Question 1 part 4!

The question is: The minimum mark for grade A (the top grade) on Paper1 was 10 marks lower than the minimum mark for grade A in paper2. Given that 25 students gained a grade A in P1, find the number of candidates that got an A in P2

Thanks...
Can't really explain how I did it unfortunately Although I am doing this exam too .

how are you finding it? I don't like this exam
3. (Original post by Doctor.)
Can't really explain how I did it unfortunately Although I am doing this exam too .

how are you finding it? I don't like this exam
Well exam is on the 24th of may and i am still learning the material and just doing the easy questions

S1 sucks and it's so boring..
4. start by finding (reading off the graph) what the minimum required mark for an A on paper 1 was.

Hint: you know 25 people got a A on that paper
5. (Original post by Abed1993)
Well exam is on the 24th of may and i am still learning the material and just doing the easy questions

S1 sucks and it's so boring..
Just check the Mark Scheme!

And I got it right but not a clue how to explain. hope the link helps

How are you revising for it? I don't really know how to revise for it. It's just....v.boring! Combinations and permutations kinda screw me over :/
6. (Original post by Doctor.)
Just check the Mark Scheme!

And I got it right but not a clue how to explain. hope the link helps

How are you revising for it? I don't really know how to revise for it. It's just....v.boring! Combinations and permutations kinda screw me over :/
MS just gives the answer lol

I'm learning all the material on mymaths..
7. (Original post by Abed1993)
MS just gives the answer lol

I'm learning all the material on mymaths..
Ah right, sorry.

Ah think I will check that out! I have been using the rubbish OCR book and it's just too over the top The January 2012 paper grade boundaries was so low for S1
8. (Original post by Doctor.)
Ah right, sorry.

Ah think I will check that out! I have been using the rubbish OCR book and it's just too over the top The January 2012 paper grade boundaries was so low for S1
Do you have a copy for that paper??
9. (Original post by Abed1993)
Do you have a copy for that paper??
Nope, my teacher made me return it (was a mock). Didn't get a chance to make a copy, sorry!!!

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