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1. Hi, What do you think the grade boundaries will be for the further maths paper this year? Last year to get an A* it was 56 on Paper 1 and personally I found the 2015 paper harder, therefore will the grade boundaries ideally be the same or will they rise? Also what could the predictions be for Friday's paper?
2. (Original post by Imitationgame234)
Hi, What do you think the grade boundaries will be for the further maths paper this year? Last year to get an A* it was 56 on Paper 1 and personally I found the 2015 paper harder, therefore will the grade boundaries ideally be the same or will they rise? Also what could the predictions be for Friday's paper?

C 20%
B 35%
A 50%
A^ 80-85%
3. I've done 2013 and 2014 paper 2s tonight- 2013 was very easy and 2014, i can hardly answer any questions- and the grade boundaries only differ by ONE mark.

it just shows they hardly change
4. Last year the A^ has 80%, hopefully they stay around the same
5. Anyone know how to find inflection points? Here's a question.

Find the point of inflection of the curve
y=x5+x4.

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