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AQA A-level Further Mathematics Paper 1 (7367/1) - 22nd May 2024 [Exam Chat]

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How did your AQA A-level Further Mathematics Paper 1 exam go?

AQA A-level Further Mathematics Paper 1 (7367/1) - 22nd May 2024 [Exam Chat]

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Date/Time: 22nd May 2024/ PM
Length: 2h

(edited 3 months ago)

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please help
Reply 2
How did people find it
That was pretty good but I probably made a lot of silly mistakes :frown:
Harry gay asf
Reply 5
Original post by Serindepity
That was pretty good but I probably made a lot of silly mistakes :frown:


Yeah there was a lot of room for error in that paper like so much integrating
Original post by Deziire
Yeah there was a lot of room for error in that paper like so much integrating

Put it on skibidi
quite a nice paper boundaries similar to 2023 imo
Reply 8
What do you think about the grade boundaries, i think it is going to be about the same as 2022, I thinks it is generally similar to 2022.

What are you thinking about the grade boundary guys.
Reply 9
Original post by wdawdasdasd
quite a nice paper boundaries similar to 2023 imo


Just in the respect of difficulty, i think 2023>2024
Reply 10
Original post by Justin Ju
What do you think about the grade boundaries, i think it is going to be about the same as 2022, I thinks it is generally similar to 2022.
What are you thinking about the grade boundary guys.


Yeah I think it was harder than the 2023 paper 1 so similar to 2019/ 2022 maybe
Reply 11
Original post by Deziire
Yeah I think it was harder than the 2023 paper 1 so similar to 2019/ 2022 maybe


Generally speaking i think the grade boundaries will likely to be around 63/75
Reply 12
Original post by wdawdasdasd
Harry gay asf
prove it by induction
Reply 13
Original post by Justin Ju
Generally speaking i think the grade boundaries will likely to be around 63/75


Yeah agreed somewhere around there
Original post by Deziire
How did people find it

It was ok, so much intergration though.
How did you guys find it ?, any answers to compare to ? I didn't manage to do the tan7pi/12 (cuz you have to do it without a calculator I think) and I couldn't do the last one either.
Reply 16
Original post by Justin Ju
Generally speaking i think the grade boundaries will likely to be around 63/75

Do you mean 84%?
Reply 17
Original post by Tarig_
Do you mean 84%?


Yes, i guess, so number are quiet bad, i have to admit i probably lost 6 mark on accuracy. By all the methods involved is not too had.
Reply 18
Original post by Tarig_
Do you mean 84%?


I think it is simpler than last year paper 1
Reply 19
Original post by 394737dhdhsbs
How did you guys find it ?, any answers to compare to ? I didn't manage to do the tan7pi/12 (cuz you have to do it without a calculator I think) and I couldn't do the last one either.
Wasn’t it tan5pi/12? I couldn’t do that one either, was the last one the differential equation one?

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