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Pre and post exam discussion for the upcoming C2 exam, where we can share questions and help each other out.
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Everyone ready after C1
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Everyone ready after C1
Hopefully it isn't as hard - I'm doing the past papers which have the lowest grade boundaries to get a feel of what it may be like tomorrow
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It should be better than C1, on the level with other C2 papers, as generally the papers and grade boundaries for C2 have been quite consistent for the past few years. However, I still expect it to be a bit more difficult than previous papers. Hopefully not, though.
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Hopefully it isn't as hard - I'm doing the past papers which have the lowest grade boundaries to get a feel of what it may be like tomorrow
Be prepared and expect it to be really hard and then it will either be easy than you thought or you will be ready for the hard questions.
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Be prepared and expect it to be really hard and then it will either be easy than you thought or you will be ready for the hard questions.
yes that's very true. last years boundaries were 57/72 for an A so 79% which i guess shows it was like challenging but not too too bad? in comparison to last years c1 which was 64 for an A so 89%
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Since a tricky sine/cosine/tangent graph question was the last question on June 2015, does anybody reckon there'll be less of a chance for there to be a hard one of the same type this year? I hope so.
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Hopefully it isn't as hard - I'm doing the past papers which have the lowest grade boundaries to get a feel of what it may be like tomorrow
I did Jan 13, by far the hardest C2 paper
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Done all the papers along with 3 Solomon papers. Is there any more I could do and do you guys think text book work is necessary? I honestly cannot afford to do badly tomorrow
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I've done 10 years worth of past papers and I feel ready but I'm so scared that it's gonna be like C1 all over again 😭
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What the actual **** was question 9?!

Anyone else get a =5/3?
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What the actual **** was question 9?!

Anyone else get a =5/3?
I got root5/3, did not get 9)ii therefore. Rest of it seemed okay


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predicted grade boundaries?
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What the actual **** was question 9?!

Anyone else get a =5/3?
I got a=5/3

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I got a=5/3

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think I also got that

period was like 2pi/a?

My friend said it you had to write 0<x<2pi/a ?
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I got root5/3, did not get 9)ii therefore. Rest of it seemed okay


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Ikr, questions 1-8 were easy and 9 was impossible 😂😂 I'm so screwed 😅
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Think I got an answer as 91 for N or something, maybe the question before that

512/15 for the area or something? Odd number!!
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think I also got that

period was like 2pi/a?

My friend said it you had to write 0<x<2pi/2 ?
Oh **** I just realised I wrote 360/a 😂😂 nahh I'm almost certain that it's meant to be just 2pi/a because that's how they describe the period in my textbook
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Think I got an answer as 91 for N or something, maybe the question before that

512/15 for the area or something? Odd number!!
Same to both if you mean k=91
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