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    (Original post by aa15ron)
    Would someone be able to explain to me what a class and object are? Can't get my head round it
    Object:
    -An instance of a class
    A real world identity
    -It has attributes and methods

    Class:
    - A template for a set of objects that have state and behaviour
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    Good luck everyone 🙈
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    Guys could you predict what could a eight marker would be?
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    I'm scared shitless... Good luck everyone!
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    Good luck guys👍


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    Good luck everyone.
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    THANK YOU OCR🙏bless up


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    How did everyone reckon it went? I thought it was pretty good generally, the stepwise one I wasn't quite sure what they were looking for but other than that it was fine.
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    Can someone tell me what the answer should have been for the 8 marker about CIR and the 6 marker about scope? And can someone draw the stepwise refinement thing too. Thanks
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    Thank you OCR for ending on a high note ... that was great.. wouldn't have minded a bit of a challenge but still a great paper overall ...
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    That paper was way too nice

    So prepare for the high grade boundaries...
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    What did people put for the backtracking question?
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    (Original post by jackkt_)
    What did people put for the backtracking question?
    Not a correct solution
    find p
    set p as hand_brake

    can't remember the exact syntax.
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    (Original post by rish_gi)
    That paper was way too nice

    So prepare for the high grade boundaries...
    Lol dont say that i still made some silly mistakes, what are the normal grade boundries do you know by heart?
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    (Original post by jackkt_)
    What did people put for the backtracking question?
    Explain what backtracking is ...
    Show what steps 12,13,14 would be ... which you use hand_brake as P
    Use those steps to explain your point ...
    6 marks in the bag.
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    That paper was amazing. No way I dropped more than 20 marks at MOST.

    Maybe OCR felt *****y over last years shenanigans for f452???

    I have a feeling most of us needed that paper after those football and off-syllabus questions :')

    56/100 was an A for our year, so thinking they're trying to balance the grades???
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    (Original post by Sallekmo)
    Lol dont say that i still made some silly mistakes, what are the normal grade boundries do you know by heart?
    Last year was fairly easy ... so If I was you I'd go according to those boundaries ... add a little more to be cautious ...
    I'll tell you what they were ...

    A was 86 Marks ...
    B was 75 Marks ..
    C was 64 Marks
    D was 54 marks ... etc.
    If you got an E in that paper .. you either didn't give a **** and didn't revise or were half asleep.

    Yeah .. you can expect them to be similar .. maybe add 2 marks to each boundary to be realistic.
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    Ehhh, I'm sure I made some mistakes, it's really hard to predict what way the markscheme will go on some questions. I'm pretty sure I ****ed up the backtracking question, but it was only 3/4 marks I believe so I'm not too worried.

    They were so nice with the 8 marker, and the fact there were no trees was a complete blessing. No BNF was a surprise also.

    That was actually an okay paper.
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    (Original post by TheMathsMan)
    Last year was fairly easy ... so If I was you I'd go according to those boundaries ... add a little more to be cautious ...
    I'll tell you what they were ...

    A was 86 Marks ...
    B was 75 Marks ..
    C was 64 Marks
    D was 54 marks ... etc.
    If you got an E in that paper .. you either didn't give a **** and didn't revise or were half asleep.

    Yeah .. you can expect them to be similar .. maybe add 2 marks to each boundary to be realistic.
    If 85 was an A what was an A*?
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    (Original post by TheMathsMan)
    Last year was fairly easy ... so If I was you I'd go according to those boundaries ... add a little more to be cautious ...
    I'll tell you what they were ...

    A was 86 Marks ...
    B was 75 Marks ..
    C was 64 Marks
    D was 54 marks ... etc.
    If you got an E in that paper .. you either didn't give a **** and didn't revise or were half asleep.

    Yeah .. you can expect them to be similar .. maybe add 2 marks to each boundary to be realistic.
    To be honest i didnt know f453 was out of 120 but let me ask i just checked the grade boundaries. Does OCR f453 not have a*?
 
 
 
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