How Are Edexcel Maths And Other Papers MarkedWatch
Any CLEVER people or TEACHERS or EXAMINERS out there no if you still gain some credit for doing the rest right despite making a mistake early on.
This particularly aplies to statistics in my case but could be for any of maths alevel edexcel.
You get marks for stating formulas in most subjects.
You get marks for stating hypotheses (in stats.)
With error carried forward, you can get at most about 2/3 of the total marks for that question.
sorry to ask jonas but how did you find out ?
LOL i no its a bit hard to understand !
You no if that aplies to statistics alevel or all maths
(p.s Im hoping hes not old enough to have lost his mind)
Can anyone else confirm that?
a) 2marks- got right
b) 11 marks- i got the first bit of this part wrong do i get credit for what
i did with the wrong value
c) 2 marks- got right
it was a goodness of fit test and i used the wrong probablity
For example, a framework question for mechanics is nearly unsolveable if you don't get the right forces in place e.g. if your diagram is whacked. One of my friends did that and got the most amazing answers lolz. She's a bit worried about the outcome of it all.