OCR A Level Mathematics MEI Pure maths & comprehension H640/03 - 21 Jun 2022 [Chat]

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OCR A Level Mathematics MEI Pure mathematics and comprehension H640/03 - 21 Jun 2022 [Exam Chat]

Here is the exam discussion for this exam. Talk anything from how to revise for it, specific questions or time management :ahee:

Date/Time: Tuesday 21st June PM
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Anyone got tips for practicing comprehension and what the passage could be with regards to advanced info?
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Anyone got tips for practicing comprehension and what the passage could be with regards to advanced info?
There are plenty of pure and comp past papers on pmt. Advance info only says 'investigation involving graphs of functions which may involve using fundamental skills of algebra, trig or differentiation'....so not many hints there
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how's everyone feeling for tomorrow
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Good luck!
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How did the exam go?
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decent, a lot easier than other two papers
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How did the exam go?
Might have been better than the last one. Did anyone else get the circle as (x+3)^2 + (y+3)^2 = 34 ??
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Might have been better than the last one. Did anyone else get the circle as (x+3)^2 + (y+3)^2 = 34 ??
yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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decent, a lot easier than other two papers
i thought paper 2 was by far the easiest
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Did anyone else get 4 stationary points for the implicit differentiation question? :/
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Did anyone else get 4 stationary points for the implicit differentiation question? :/
I think I got 2:

(-3,4) and (3,-4)
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Did anyone else get 17.9 minutes (17 minutes 54 seconds) for the rate of change of Temperature question? (With k=-0.07)
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I think I got 2:

(-3,4) and (3,-4)
I got 4 and -4 for the y coordinates but i dont remember x lol
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Did anyone else get 17.9 minutes (17 minutes 54 seconds) for the rate of change of Temperature question? (With k=-0.07)
Yes
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What do u guys reckon the boundary for an A* would be
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what did everyone get as the range and domain for question 2?
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What do u guys reckon the boundary for an A* would be
I assume 80% overall for an A* ..?
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I assume 80% overall for an A* ..?
Thx what do u think an a* would be for this specific paper tho
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Thx what do u think an a* would be for this specific paper tho
As a percentage, I think it will be around 80% (perhaps slightly higher ~84).
It's obviously impossible to say as the percentage of people getting A* will go up this year, so the grade boundaries will be lowered, however paper 1 A* will probably be lower than 80, paper 2 significantly higher than 80, so today's paper 3 maybe a few percent higher than 80.
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