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    (Original post by A-New-Start)
    it was worth 6, the buffer pH question
    Well 4 out of 6 then
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    (Original post by Better)
    Yeah mate, no point in me worrying about it. Seeing as I've already done all the C3 papers I'll re-do June 12 and then do 2 C4 papers.

    Then I'll do 1/2 physics papers.

    I expected this Exam to be the most challenging out my my 7 Exams this summer and I still think I did well enough so time to work!

    As a final complaint:
    I wish I hadn't said I wanted a Difficult Paper. Karma.
    How could I know Water of Crystallisation would come up when it hasn't come up in like 7 Past Papers. Absolutely ridiculous.

    And to everyone else - you probably have more exams you need to smash, the more time you waste here the time your using up to smash other exams.


    Let's do this - we're all gonna make it brahs
    Thank you Zyzzbird
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    (Original post by taylorshiel)
    the hardest paper i have ever done man, cant be over 70

    haha I'm not a man. lol
    but yeah it was the hardest paper i did too. but by the looks of it many people here found it alright so they will not lower the grade boundaries that much if some people get really high marks.

    but i'm praying they will be low...
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    wasn't the oxidation agent I2? as it reduced and gain 6 electrones???
    and sn2+ lost 2 electrons to become sn4+
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    (Original post by JimmyA*)
    I think most people wouldn't have got the half equation question with the Cl2 etc. when in acid and alkali conditions.
    Yeah I guess so anyway bye guys.

    I hope everyone across the UK sucked bad (err maybe not the people on TSR though ? )

    I hope that Paper destroyed the hearts, and souls of Students across the England who hadn't revised.

    Like a Dragon I hope that paper shattered the boundaries to new lows.

    This sad story is not without a happy ending; those boundaries brought light to my Life - as the boundaries enabled me to rise to new heights and acquire my A-Grade required for University.

    And the hero of the story begins the his new journey at UCL....

    Thanks for reading.

    Time for Maths and Physics revision.
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    (Original post by s.shahid)
    haha I'm not a man. lol
    but yeah it was the hardest paper i did too. but by the looks of it many people here found it alright so they will not lower the grade boundaries that much if some people get really high marks.

    but i'm praying they will be low...
    i don't know man, seems like it will be reasonable i'd say 75, not sure about you though bro
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    what did u get for the salt? was there 7H20 present
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    (Original post by tsr1994)
    The easiest exam ever!


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    get off this thread.
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    (Original post by FailedMyExams)
    Thank you Zyzzbird
    You don't even lift.
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    what did u get for the salt? was there 7H20 present
    NiSO4.7H2O
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    Anyone get 3.99 for ph of the buffer?...
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    (Original post by DudeBoy)
    We are all gonna make it
    RIP Zyzz.

    His death is more tragic than this Examination Paper lets put things into real perspective here.

    :angelwings: Goodnight sweet prince
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    (Original post by amin666)
    wasn't the oxidation agent I2? as it reduced and gain 6 electrones???
    and sn2+ lost 2 electrons to become sn4+
    Yeah it was. That's what I wrote.
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    (Original post by DudeBoy)
    NiSO4.7H2O
    Yes! I think I will get some marks there


    the co2 thing did u get 5.something x 10 something
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    (Original post by A-New-Start)
    well i hope it was, but in wiki it says it is a strong acid
    Wikipedia says that chloric (V) acid is a strong acid and chloric (I) acid is a weak acid, and we were given chloric (I) acid, so you're fine
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    (Original post by Better)
    RIP Zyzz.

    His death is more tragic than this Examination Paper lets put things into real perspective here.

    :angelwings: Goodnight sweet prince
    The wrong brother died ;(
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    (Original post by Better)
    You don't even lift.
    *******
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    You don't even lift.
    Sorry big Rich

    Edit: Out of here, failed this exam anyway, may aswell try and recover something in Physics.
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    Yes! I think I will get some marks there


    the co2 thing did u get 5.something x 10 something
    I can't remember but it sounds familiar, I think something x 10 ^16
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    (Original post by DudeBoy)
    I can't remember but it sounds familiar, I think something x 10 ^16
    yes!

    cause I used the detaH value, it required a bit of F322 knowledge!


    The Ph question on methanoic acid and NaOH I got 3.99?
 
 
 
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