National 5 Maths 2019- Unofficial Marking Scheme Watch

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For 15b would you get full marks for different working but the same answer
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Blimey! That's hardcore. Good on you for helping so many students.
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thanks for the correction - i'd done over 25hours of a mixture of nat3-advanced higher this week so a bit number blind by the time i got round to looking at the nat 5 paper
Have ammended the solutions above
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sophieeeeee.x providing your method works for all numbers, ie is mathematically correct then yes
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I don't even think I got any right in paper 1 and I can only see a couple questions I got right in. paper 2... does this mean I've failed? Ive worked so hard for maths and I'm really upset now as I need it for what I want to do after school- which I don't think ill be able to do now because if I need to resit maths I won't be able to get to where I need to be for university.
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I don't even think I got any right in paper 1 and I can only see a couple questions I got right in. paper 2... does this mean I've failed? Ive worked so hard for maths and I'm really upset now as I need it for what I want to do after school- which I don't think ill be able to do now because if I need to resit maths I won't be able to get to where I need to be for university.
Just because you didn't get a right answer, it doesn't mean you've failed. You can pick up marks for showing your working and substituting into formula correctly. It really depends on the type of question.
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I really hope so. I felt / feel so rubbish as I don’t even think my working made sense ... even the easier questions I didn’t get which is so annoying as I was getting good marks in the past papers. Maybe it was all the pressure of an exam mixed with the actual difficulty of the paper. Really hoping for a pass
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Just because you didn't get a right answer, it doesn't mean you've failed. You can pick up marks for showing your working and substituting into formula correctly. It really depends on the type of question.
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I really hope so. I felt / feel so rubbish as I don’t even think my working made sense ... even the easier questions I didn’t get which is so annoying as I was getting good marks in the past papers. Maybe it was all the pressure of an exam mixed with the actual difficulty of the paper. Really hoping for a pass
Hey, everyone has exam stress; me included. No need to put yourself down about it though, I'm sure you've done more than enough for a pass, because you sound very passionate about wanting to do well, so what's stopping you?
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See here for a full set of typed questions and answers, thanks to Once a year
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