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# Help for Maths Edexcel Watch

1. For the non-calculator paper, for Q1 i may have put cm2 when i should i have put cm3. Would i lose marks?
2. (Original post by Lucky10)
For the non-calculator paper, for Q1 i may have put cm2 when i should i have put cm3. Would i lose marks?
You might lose 1 mark but so long as you put the right answer you should get the rest of the marks. I cant remember how many marks it was out of though.
3. (Original post by Ockenden)
You might lose 1 mark but so long as you put the right answer you should get the rest of the marks. I cant remember how many marks it was out of though.
Thanks it was out of 3 so 2 then
4. (Original post by Lucky10)
For the non-calculator paper, for Q1 i may have put cm2 when i should i have put cm3. Would i lose marks?
Yes because you need the correct units to get the whole question right.
5. (Original post by Lucky10)
Thanks it was out of 3 so 2 then
Yeah, dont worry though, it's only 1 mark.
6. (Original post by Ockenden)
Yeah, dont worry though, it's only 1 mark.
If i got around 41 and i want a B overall what do i need to get in my next paper
7. (Original post by Lucky10)
If i got around 41 and i want a B overall what do i need to get in my next paper
roughly 55
8. (Original post by Lucky10)
If i got around 41 and i want a B overall what do i need to get in my next paper
9. Do you think that will be hard to get on the cal paper?
10. (Original post by Ockenden)
roughly 55
???
11. (Original post by Lucky10)
Do you think that will be hard to get on the cal paper?
well my teachers gave me a list of topics that might come up anjd they dont seem too hard. It's like compound interest, pythagoras, stuff like that. so i dont think it will be too hard!
12. (Original post by Ockenden)
well my teachers gave me a list of topics that might come up anjd they dont seem too hard. It's like compound interest, pythagoras, stuff like that. so i dont think it will be too hard!
Thanks alot
13. You'll get 2/3 for accuracy.

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