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# What percentage do u need 2 get a B in Intermediate Maths??? watch

1. No the exam sed it was out of a hundred!!!!

and by the way is p2 (this is squared) + p2 + p2 = 3p2????
2. (Original post by Browny)
No the exam sed it was out of a hundred!!!!

and by the way is p2 (this is squared) + p2 + p2 = 3p2????
yea, thats rite
3. (Original post by Browny)
No the exam sed it was out of a hundred!!!!

and by the way is p2 (this is squared) + p2 + p2 = 3p2????
The total marks in the exam and UMS are different.

You can check the Edexcel Examiner’s Report on last year’s paper to verify this.
4. I did OCR intermediate maths last year and it was 70% to get a B
5. form past experience i would say about 65%
6. (Original post by illmathematical)
The total marks in the exam and UMS are different.

You can check the Edexcel Examiner’s Report on last year’s paper to verify this.
were do i get this report??????

fanks!!!
7. (Original post by Browny)
were do i get this report??????

fanks!!!
http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualCon...port_Jun03.pdf
8. But who finks that i will get a grade B from what i have told you????

fanks!!!
9. Plz someone tell me??????
10. i think it's about 60/65% to get a B on intermidiate

and to get and A on higher it's 60% as well
11. 1. Most people here are talking about A-level maths as though they are highly knowledgeable, whereby the question asked is concerned with GCSE.

2. It depends a lot. When I sat mine it was something like 60 to get an A and some other year it was apparently 48 or something like that. It all completely depends on the paper's difficulty.
12. (Original post by Yannis)
1. Most people here are talking about A-level maths as though they are highly knowledgeable, whereby the question asked is concerned with GCSE.

2. It depends a lot. When I sat mine it was something like 60 to get an A and some other year it was apparently 48 or something like that. It all completely depends on the paper's difficulty.
i think an A on any maths higher paper it's around 60%......but if the paper was too difficult then they change the % around
13. (Original post by Browny)
I have done 1 Maths Paper (non-calc) it was quite easy, some bits were tricky, the last question was impossible 2 do (damn u stoopid triangles in circles)!!!I am really good at algebra, there was loadsssss of them!!!! So bk 2 the topic wat percentage do u need 2 get a grade B in Intermediate Maths (including coursework)???

Thanks!!!

p.s- do u find the non-calc paper easier or calc paper easier???
Can you get a B in intermediate maths nowerdays? Blink blimey - you couldn't in mine - the highest grade for intermediadte was a C.

It's about time they relaxed that a little...
14. (Original post by Fluffy)
Can you get a B in intermediate maths nowerdays? Blink blimey - you couldn't in mine - the highest grade for intermediadte was a C.

It's about time they relaxed that a little...
I think its still a C maximum.
15. No, it is defenitly a B u can get in intermediate, also ppl who had just dun the exam (gcse edexcel maths intermediate paper non-calc) who thought that the last 2 questions were hard??? I knew the first bit ok but that circle was impossible 2 do!!!!!!!

Also for that cumulative frequency graph, who got the median as 19.2 or anywhere between that, that box and whisker diagram was sooooo easy!!!!
16. u know when it asked u to describe 2 smiliarities between the boy's box plot and the girl's what did you put ?
17. I can't remeber soz!!!
18. who put the median as 19.2ish???
19. oh and u know that triangle and that square thing who got around 126cm
20. please tell me cuz i fink i got it wrong!!!!

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