Jan 05 P3 - what a cow of a paper! Watch

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How blimin hard is that!
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Doesn't look very nice. I have to do it for homework tonight lol

Most of it seems alright but the vectors question and area under curve question look dodgy. I suppose one good thing is it could mean that the paper on May 23rd is easier.
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i scrapped 89 in that though
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Yeah. Everyone in my class and all the teachers think that one was bloomin' hard. And the Jan05 P4 paper was harder than past papers too. They've got new people writing the exams who are a bit sadistic. I think it's harder as more further mathematicians sit it then so the average mark will be higher. So they make the paper harder to balance it out.

ccccecil. 98 here *waits for someone with 100 to come along*
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answers for this paper can be requested for free at [email protected]
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What examining board? I do OCR and I don't think I have that paper for some reason =/. Maybe I left it at school or soemthing.
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i found it really easy!! except the second integration question and the vectors question (part d)... do u think the 23rd paper will be easy ?! any expected questions ?
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(Original post by ccccecil)
i scrapped 89 in that though

damn u beat me I got only 88% in that (it was bloody hard ) that was for sure , vectors is the thing that messed me up

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