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    I keep losing marks on annoying markers in S1 and need a way of getting them right

    Here the type of questions:

    Give a reason to justify the use of a Histogram (1)

    Compare the data (2)

    I'm having a hard time trying to think of others but they go something like that...

    There has not been a C1 or C2 paper that I've gotten below 70 marks on, I really want strong ums this year but S1
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    I keep losing marks on annoying markers in S1 and need a way of getting them right

    Here the type of questions:

    Give a reason to justify the use of a Histogram (1)

    Compare the data (2)

    I'm having a hard time trying to think of others but they go something like that...

    There has not been a C1 or C2 paper that I've gotten below 70 marks on, I really want strong ums this year but S1
    These questions always used to catch me out too, what I did, was write down the markscheme definition on a separate piece of paper when I went wrong..
 
 
 
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