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    I've said it so many times but I'm soooo disappointed in myself with this Probably got an A (62/63) but not a very good one Can anyone give me some advice or try and cheer me up?
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    If someone can post the questions, I'll gladly write up model answers.
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    (Original post by kelvin1338)
    Mate all it said was to describe the geometric relationship between two lines. No matrices involved.
    I wrote enlargement scale factor 2 centre (0,0) followed by a translation (-4,-3)
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    I've said it so many times but I'm soooo disappointed in myself with this Probably got an A (62/63) but not a very good one Can anyone give me some advice or try and cheer me up?
    Remember that an A grade is good
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    (Original post by Haamoo7)
    Currently I have 94 UMS for FP1, 91 UMS for D1 and 89 UMS for M1 (my AS Further Math modules).

    Wanted to get 100 UMS to reach 280/300 total UMS, as I'm more confident in FP1 than my other modules, and because the average UMS for students at my school (for AS further maths) is 279/300.

    So to even stand out in my school's pool of applicants to the top unis, I need to score pretty highly.

    :/
    You all just sound like a bunch of stuck up f*****s with no life skills.
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    (Original post by Econ/Chem/FMaths)
    I wrote enlargement scale factor 2 centre (0,0) followed by a translation (-4,-3)
    That is exactly what I wrote. so glad to see someone wrote that too
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    Hoping the unofficial mark scheme is out soon b4 I kms

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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    I've said it so many times but I'm soooo disappointed in myself with this Probably got an A (62/63) but not a very good one Can anyone give me some advice or try and cheer me up?
    Watch the FP1 Hitler reaction video, vent on twitter, eat some chocolate, cry in a corner.
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    (Original post by shuu00)
    Hoping the unofficial mark scheme is out soon b4 I kms

    Arsey wyd
    heard hes in prison

    free arsey
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    Other way around for me; I'd got A* in most past papers, then I just froze when I saw the peg.

    Can't remember how many marks they were, sorry.

    I thought it was a nice peg 😌😂. If my brain decided to abandon me for fp1 I can only imagine fp2. Gosh I am dreading that now. 😕
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    (Original post by Yua)
    did you do the paper? no so shut up.
    Well I suppose it'll be up later. And if it does turn out to be the hardest paper ever, then I guess I apologise for my presumptions...
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    (Original post by Person18)
    I don't know, I found that confusing though, why couldn't they just give the transformation and matrix the same letter, or if that's wrong, then a capital and lower case. I suppose you did do the right maths so may be
    now i remember that the matrix was actually R, cus in the exam i wasnt think much about the letter and i saw they said show that T is self inverse so i put T in without thinking :'(
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    (Original post by HarshaPeed)
    You all just sound like a bunch of stuck up f*****s with no life skills.
    Lmao.

    Just because we get high(ish) grades, we have no life skills?
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    I've said it so many times but I'm soooo disappointed in myself with this Probably got an A (62/63) but not a very good one Can anyone give me some advice or try and cheer me up?
    Last year I was getting 75/75 in every paper but I got to the exam and panicked and got only 66 ums. You get a second try if you want it but be happy because all you need now is an A so if you buckle up next year and get those 90%'s you'll get your A* or A.
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    Well I suppose it'll be up later. And if it does turn out to be the hardest paper ever, then I guess I apologise for my presumptions...
    Even if the paper came out, your vantage point of having dealt with uni level maths wouldn't dictate an accurate 'reaction' to how most people felt.

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    i always screw up under exam pressure
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    I've said it so many times but I'm soooo disappointed in myself with this Probably got an A (62/63) but not a very good one Can anyone give me some advice or try and cheer me up?
    I feel you. I always got 99-100% in FP1 and now probably a low A. What a **** up 😕 We can cry together if u want?
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    I've said it so many times but I'm soooo disappointed in myself with this Probably got an A (62/63) but not a very good one Can anyone give me some advice or try and cheer me up?
    Don't worry I was aiming for 90+ UMS and ended up just missing out on an A last year and still aiming for an A* this year. It's not too limiting if you don't do as well as you wanted to ☺️
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    (Original post by anndz3007)
    now i remember that the matrix was actually R, cus in the exam i wasnt think much about the letter and i saw they said show that T is self inverse so i put T in without thinking :'(
    I put T too hahahah RIP
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    (Original post by AndrewCanFly)
    Just had a look at the specification and it says you need to now how to find the inverse of a matrix and now what singular/non-singular matricies are not one mention of that self inverting ******** though
    Self-inverse isn't really a topic in itself. The clue is in the name - you had to show that the inverse of the matrix is the same as the matrix itself. And that requires FP1 techniques
 
 
 
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