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Are there any Edexcel GCSE Maths Examiners on here?
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Maybe. Maybe not. Just try some past papers online if that's what you're looking for
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Maybe. Maybe not. Just try some past papers online if that's what you're looking for
That’s not what I’m looking for but thanks anyway haha.
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That’s not what I’m looking for but thanks anyway haha.
I try XD
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Are there any Edexcel GCSE Maths Examiners on here?
I can't remember if Notnek is an examiner but he knows a lot about these things.
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I can't remember if Notnek is an examiner but he knows a lot about these things.
I am 89 % sure he is
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Just wanna ask about some of the terms in the maths Mark schemes
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Just wanna ask about some of the terms in the maths Mark schemes
I mark for Edexcel...what do you need to know?
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I mark for Edexcel...what do you need to know?
Rabbibil V2

Does a “partial method” mean a method where you’ve just given up halfway or is it not all the way through the marking point?

Are you able to tell me if the higher maths grade boundaries have decreased?

Edit: Is it alright if I pm you so you don't get bombarded?
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I mark for Edexcel...what do you need to know?
Tell me the grade boundaries for business studies pps
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Tell me the grade boundaries for business studies pps
Markers don’t find out grade boundaries!
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Markers don’t find out grade boundaries
Wait who does then?
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Wait who does then?
Everyone in about 3 days
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Everyone in about 3 days
Haha but the teachers will know it in 2 days (:
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By the way i hope that you get the grades you want if not higher than those grades. Good luck. 😊🤲🏽
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By the way i hope that you get the grades you want if not higher than those grades. Good luck. 😊🤲🏽
Thank you, you too!

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I mark for Edexcel...what do you need to know?
In that bearing question I worked out the wrong bearing. I did the cosine part 100% right, and for the sine rule, I accidentally instead of working out angle BAC, I worked out the other one, and then worked out the wrong bearing overall, but the angle I worked out was correct, it was just the wrong one, so the bearing of Acton from Cholford, and that answer was 100% right. Would that be 3 marks?
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Rabbibil V2

Does a “partial method” mean a method where you’ve just given up halfway or is it not all the way through the marking point?

Are you able to tell me if the higher maths grade boundaries have decreased?
It’s a method mark so depends on the question. It can be an individual part of a 2+ marker, for example; 3 x 10(=30) means that you’re getting the mark for knowing to do 3 x 10 rather than the full calc.

I don’t know anything about the grade boundaries as they won’t be released until student grades are available.
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It’s a method mark so depends on the question. It can be an individual part of a 2+ marker, for example; 3 x 10(=30) means that you’re getting the mark for knowing to do 3 x 10 rather than the full calc.

I don’t know anything about the grade boundaries as they won’t be released until student grades are available.
For question 12 in paper 1, the answer was 4/9, but I wrote 1/2.25. This is an equivalent fraction, but would it be allowed because it’s got a decimal?
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I can't remember if Notnek is an examiner but he knows a lot about these things.
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I am 89 % sure he is
No I’ve never been one.
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