Chemistry makrschemes; what does "CE" mean? Watch

ishyboi
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eg.

"Trend: Decreases [If trend wrong = CE = 0]"

What does "CE = O" mean?
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I think it means that you can't score any of the remaining marks for that section.

Can't think what it would stand for though - I know I saw a key once but can't find it now.
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Have you got the quesiton it goes with?

It does seem to be as irishwannabevet says. Continuation marks. You can't pick an of them up
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Carried error.
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What about awrt?
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anything which rounds to
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