How hard did you find the Edexcel GCSE maths paper today? 2011

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How hard did you find the Edexcel GCSE maths paper today?  I messed up on the triangles I'm sure the answer was aas, because we had two 90 degrees and a shared side!  Also the ratios for the vectors was tricky and I'm sure I messed up with constructoing a line!  I realised I could have done it the minute I left the exam hall!

I deducted all the marks from the four I know I got wrong and got about 81 %  (basicly minus 19 from 100 as its out of 100).  I am an A* student.  How any A* students found it hard/tricky?   Hoping you all agree then hopefully the boundary will be lowered to 70%  !   Wishful thinking!

Posted Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 16:58 by mbismbis
Edited by mbismbis on Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:35

62 Answers

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Mr M’s Edexcel GCSE Linear 1380 Higher Tier Paper 3 Answers June 2011

1. Recipe
120g rolled oats, 90g butter, 45 ml golden syrup, 54g light brown sugar (3 marks)

2. Scatter graph
a) Positive OR Harriet takes longer to read books with more pages (1 mark)
b) 7.5 hours (or an answer close to this) (2 marks)

3. Angles in parallel lines
a) 55 degrees
b) Corresponding angles OR F angles (2 marks)

4. Estimate
280 (or an answer close to this) (3 marks)

5. Algebra
a) (i) 22
(ii) 3 (OR -3) (3 marks)
b) -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 (2 marks)

6. Exterior angles
12 sides (2 marks)

7. Transformations
a) Correct reflection – point of shape should be at (-6, 2.5) (2 marks)
b) Translation by \begin{pmatrix} -6 \\ -1 \end{pmatrix} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/2c/2c7d1961b2ad7ef862d4ae0d411adadb.png) (2 marks)

8. Questionnaire
a) Question with a time period and non-overlapping boxes (2 marks)
b) People at the swimming pool are likely to have an active lifestyle (1 mark)

9. Linear sequences
a) 4, 7 (1 mark)
b) 4n – 3 (2 marks)

10. Mass of a prism
38.4 kg (5 marks)

11. Sharing in a ratio
£32.40 (3 marks)

12. Indices
a) (i) w^10 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/65/6501a4b5c30ff81c524439b9b58fa8f3.png) 
(ii) h^5 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/63/63d1fde962c8665beab83a6eacf17f68.png) (2 marks)
(b) \frac{4}{x} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/b9/b90291027d926b503eea543f82cd3ea9.png) (2 marks)

13. Frequency Polygon
Plotted correctly at midpoints of the weight intervals (2 marks)

14. Construction
Construct angle of 60 degrees (equilateral triangle) and bisect it (3 marks)

15. Expanding and factorising
a) x^2 + 2x (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/31/318ff7af6f74437917b3798c67a3190b.png) (2 marks)
b) x^2 â?? x â?? 12 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/87/8729b9ce315e559fd29be6c705d41a1d.png) (2 marks)
c) 2y(y â?? 2) (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/f0/f0b9ea2d3422a1e9df99d3a6ef69381d.png) (2 marks)
d) (x + 3)(x â?? 3) (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/a0/a05eaca4fc36990874480d656f049a4d.png) (1 mark)

16. Fractions
a) \frac{4}{5} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/d3/d384fde69a7195941f0af45ef74aaccf.png) (3 marks)
b) \frac{14}{15} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/d4/d43e57b05d45f1795b074c6c4713ef50.png) (3 marks)

17. Geometrical Proof
Use angle sum of triangle equals 180 degrees to prove result (3 marks)

18. Cumulative Frequency
a) 90 < m \leq 100 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/5d/5d3e5cf0e217db8d2a875fe5f06f7f53.png) (1 mark)
b) 16, 50, 82, 108, 120 (1 mark)
c) Draw cumulative frequency curve at endpoints of intervals (2 marks)
d) Median = 103 minutes (approx) (1 mark)

19. Simultaneous Equations
x = 3.5, y = -4 (3 marks)

20. Box Plots
Two correct comparisons such as the medians are the same and the interquartile range of the girls is smaller than that of the boys. (2 marks)

21. Equation of a straight line
a) Gradient = -\frac{1}{2} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/c9/c941cf05602672b04bd7c97c7f259eec.png) (2 marks)
b) y=-\frac{x}{2} + 5 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/cb/cba425e974541d39f94ed5086ab46f47.png) (2 marks)

22. Indices and surds
a) \frac{1}{9} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/f6/f6765d8cd67e103caba1718aa807a607.png) (2 marks)
b) a = -3 and b = 4 (3 marks)

23. Changing the subject
k = \frac{2t}{t-1} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/72/7276402073af3b0028626b7f4cc66e90.png) (4 marks)

24. Histogram
a) 84, 60 (2 marks)
b) Bars 20 mm high and 3 mm high (2 marks)

25. 3D shapes
h = \sqrt{3} x (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/7d/7d915bc2c6e4a323652cc7ba0cd2fdd2.png) (4 marks)

26. Vectors
a) 3b – 2a (1 mark)
b) Show parallel vector (3 marks)

27. Algebraic fraction
x = 3 or x = -2 (4 marks)

Mr M’s Edexcel GCSE Linear 1380 Higher Tier Calculator Paper 4 Answers June 2011

1. Probability
a) 0.2 (2 marks)
b) 160 (2 marks)

2. Enlargement
Correct enlargement (3 marks)

3. Factors
a) 3^2 \times 5 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/4d/4d78ad35636b025401f5de6d1259bed9.png) (2 marks)
b) 15 (2 marks)

4. Straight line graph
Draw straight line passing through (0, -2) and (3, 10) (3 marks)

5. Circular pond
34.6 (3 marks)

6. Stem and leaf diagram
a) 
1 | 6 8
2 | 1 5 7 8 8 
3 | 0 6 6 6 8
4 | 1 5 8 8
Key: 4 | 8 = 48 years old (different numbers acceptable!) (3 marks)
b) 33 (2 marks)

7. Coloured beads
10 green (3 marks)

8. Rotation
Correct rotation (2 marks)

9. Surface area
520 cm^2 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/51/51611fe7d89f1ad61fcbaeb5ac51f87d.png) (4 marks)

10. Algebra
a) 7e + 2f (2 marks)
b) -3 (3 marks)
c) 146 (2 marks)

11. Frequency table
a) 0 (1 mark)
b) 1.625 (3 marks)

12. Trial and improvement
3.7 (4 marks)

13. Using a calculator
a) 109.8847047 (2 marks)
b) 110 (1 mark)

14. Expressions
a) i) 4(3n+1) (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/9a/9afecade0f57a4eb094610624b777d99.png) 
ii) 3(n+4) (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/63/633d48f792a50cfadb8f320480f10d42.png) (2 marks)
b) 2n+1 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/73/7312f21af459befe32159c94b2fc9036.png) (1 mark)

15. Inequalities
a) Draw an open circle at -3 with an arrow pointing right (2 marks)
b) y \leq -4 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/a3/a31740dc59d82536d92d7396f2c89a5e.png) (2 marks)

16. Reverse percentage decrease
£5.40 (3 marks)

17. Similar triangles
a) 20 (2 marks)
b) 10.8 (2 marks)

18. Algebra
a) c^8 k^{20} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/40/403455bc9f802e1bd06e4f01d28378fa.png) (1 mark)
b) 12x^2+17x-5 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/36/36413b0bee3a08af3607b8758ec21892.png) (2 marks)
c) x = 5, x = -2 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/7f/7f55f1355f1fa667c86e1f69afc8a477.png) (3 marks)

19. Standard form
1.22 \times 10^2 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/df/dfdf02f7b762e3e8419cf02b3079e441.png) (3 marks)

20. Dimensions
Tick c^2(b+d) (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/df/df28bacfa5ceec9c27d8e1927712bac5.png)\pi a^2 b (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/e5/e5cbffdf31e24653c8c1b57ad8f43436.png)\frac{2a^3d}{c} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/7d/7d83dfc334f7496e3e512ffce3bcf374.png) (3 marks)

21. Circle theorem
i) 54 degrees 
ii) Angles in same segment are equal (2 marks)

22. Stratified sample
15 (2 marks)

23. Rectangles and quadratics
a) Show quadratic (3 marks)
b) 6.36 (4 marks)

24. Probability tree diagram
\frac{14}{45} (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/94/944f9b3ea6055784e8d5a3a02dc053f0.png) (4 marks)

25. Trigonometry
a) 9.68 (4 marks)
b) 13.1 (3 marks)

26. Upper and lower bounds
\frac{217.5}{12.65}=17.19367589 (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/latexrender/pictures/77/77d48cc411b3d62d1180a94b32129c0c.png) (3 marks)

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 15:14 by Tayshia
Edited by Tayshia on Mon 13th June, 2011 @ 19:53
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i mean 32.40 :P

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:10 by Kelly:)
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Found the paper really hard!

The one with the 3 boys sharing money took me ages, I filled the whole A4 page, then came back to it and understood it straight away!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 16:59 by JNicole
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I deducted all the marks from the four I know I got wrong and got about 81 %  (basicly minus 19 from 100 as its out of 100).  I am an A* student.  How any A* students found it hard/tricky?   Hoping you all agree then hopefully the boundary will be lowered to 70%  !   Wishful thinking!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:28 by mbismbis
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The last four question had me banging my head on the desk.

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:36 by M
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My dad was saying there was something on the news about the maths test. Apparently Edexcel messed up some A level paper with impossible results and were accused of making the maths paper too hard. I guess that's why I found this one so hard :S

Answered Thu 9th June, 2011 @ 16:14 by Bhavik
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How did you do on the others?  I think this one was harder! I hope they put the A* mark at 70!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:00 by mbismbis
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This was first paper, and calculator one on friday, if its has hard as today's I've failed!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:02 by JNicole
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don't say you've failed, cause you won't have done :) the grade boundaries better get lowered for everyone to achieve a good mark :) i got 5.40 for that one about the money sharing :) x

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:05 by Kelly:)
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Yes thats it I also got £5.40.  How was that vector proportion and proving it was linear for you?

I also figured the two triangles were congruent because they had two angles and a side in common therefore making the angles the same

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:08 by mbismbis
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i guess it was ok, but those four weird questions, i'm pretty sure we hadn't learnt them...:S esp the surface area Q - i think they shouldve put the slant height :(

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:25 by Arjun
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It was good up until a particular point and then there were some random questions :')

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:29 by Rachel Booth
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I got told by my maths teacher that if I didn't get an A*, I'd be buying my own body bag. I'm in a minor state of depression at the moment so I'm now looking up body bags instead of doing science revision. I just have to ace the calculator because I found it difficult to restrain myself from crying in the exam hall. Fun fun fun.

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 18:43 by Jess
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hopefully this years grade boundary will be lower as my whole year group came out that hall complaining that it was hard which it really was >.< im glad im not alone! the amount of hours i spent revising and it was still so hard, gosh! now we have calc =/

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 18:52 by nat
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It wasnt too bad, just harder than all the past papers. They just used difficult questions which you should be able to do and then added another little twist. E.g. the cone and hemisphere one, you should have been able to find the Length, l, as 2x. Then its a right angled triangle with the hypotenuse as L (2x) and the base as x, and you need to find the perpendicular height, h. (2x)^2 = x^2 + h^2 using pythagoras, and then 4x^2 = x^2 + h^2. So h^2 = 3x^2 and h = root3 x.
a couple more required thinking quite a bit, like the vectors which should have come to 6/5(a + b) and so it is a multiple of a + b and so is parallel. And the surd one needed a strong understanding of surds. i think the answer was -3 + 4 root 2 so a was -3 and b was 4.
overall, yes the paper was difficult and i think the grade boundaries will be lowered, and fridays should be easier. Good luck everyone hope you get what you want :)

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 11:53 by Xavier Jameson
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jellybean what did u get for the answer for the three boys?

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:03 by shafiqur rahman
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cant remember exactly, i worked it out as an equation and got x=£5.40 

along the lines of £30 something?

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:06 by JNicole
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I got the 3 boys one.  You had to work it backward.  x being the first proportion.  I ended up with something like this:

x is ben

2x  Is the person who got twice

therefore 3(2x) is the person who got double the last guy:  Therefore: 

x+2x+3(2x)= 57   (i think the total was)

therefore 9x = 57 eg.

Then work out the proportion for the ben or whatever his name was

Then solve it as

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:06 by mbismbis
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what was the answer for the regular polygon with exterior of 30 degrees? I had noooo idea what to do!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:12 by JNicole
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i did 360/30 which got me 12 sides

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:13 by Natasha Naeem
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That triangle one for construction:

-First make a mark exactly the same distance as the length of the base, forming an isocoles triangle.

-Next bisect the angle P, by making two marks on the lines that make it and finding where they touch.

- Draw a line through and you have your angle!

Only figured it when I left!
!!!!!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:15 by mbismbis
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It was so difficult! I was right at the back of the room and I could see people convulsing with sobs! Incl. all the A* students! Fingers crossed they lower the grade boundaries!!!!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 18:25 by Angharad
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Found it extremely difficult, and I've been A* for a year solid now :/

The question on vectors and the surface area one were the worst, but they have to lower the boundaries because most of it was far too complicated for GCSE, in my opinion anyway, lets hope they see it that way :L Thought some were ok though, although the whole paper seemed a bit data heavy to me.

Have to admit I had a little cry, hope thats not my grade down the drain, we shall see what Friday's calc brings

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 18:39 by Laura Katherine Marsh
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It was extreely difficult im going to write a letter to the board about their horrible question arghhhhhh i messed up badly..hope the calclater one is better!!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 19:01 by sana haq
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@nat > I completely agree with you, I spent hours revising everything and the majority of the stuff in the foundation paper didn't even come up!! Felt like i've wasted my time for nothing now.. I hope the cal. paper is better so I will get a C. :)

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 19:06 by Rebecca Jayne
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It was very difficult i thought... but as everyone else is saying, I am very certain that the grade boundaries will be lowered down... BTW what did everyone get for the last question on higher tier?? I did not understand that or the vectors question!

Hoping the calc paper will be easier.

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 19:15 by Luis
Edited by Luis on Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 19:23
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I did the exam, the hardest question was the part b on the vector question but i think i somehow got away with it. i found the cone and hemisphere one extremely difficult, i worked out wrong and so i had to ask for additional paper. in the end, thankfully, i got H=2x. What  did people get for the percentage question, i done (1500-250)/250 and then times by 100. this gave me 500%. Percentage change is the increase divided by the original amount, multiplied by 100. lots of people got 600%.

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:03 by dfdfd
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all of the algebra was very easy, i think i got K=-2t/t-1, i loved the simultaneous equation question. for the coordinate question i got 5 as the length of the line. what did you get?

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:08 by dfdfd
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Sarah, yes I agree, there usually are a lot less thought devouring questions!  Judging by everyone's comment the boudries will be lowered.  Just spoke to my class, everyone said it was hard.  Hopefully the whole country found it so!

Luis, that vector question should have resolved to something like  1/5(a+b) therefore proving that it is parallel if it does not share the same point. 

sana haq, I agree totally! I say we all start a union or movement or something, lets all march down to Edexcel and demand they lower the boundry!

Viva La Revolution!   :-D

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:42 by mbismbis
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was teh ansa 600% ?

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:44 by Unknown
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But thanks anyway to all that responded!  Hopefully this thread shows how we all felt about it, and statistically the boaundry will be dropped!  Thanks guys! Nice to know that I am not alone!

Kind Regards, and good luck for Friday!!!!

mbismbis

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:45 by mbismbis
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Oh!!!! One last suggestion!

Lets all meet here again on Friday and on the 25th Augusrt, we can start a new post and congratulate or console each other! 

See you!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 20:56 by mbismbis
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am also an A* student i didn't find the exma that bad, yet i know i lost about 15-19 mark. do you need to get an  A * on both of these maths papers to get an A* or do the marks just add up to an A* 

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 21:05 by A100
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@ Adam, you don't necessarily need to have an an A* in both, but you certainly need at least a high/ good A* in one, and at least a very high A in another, I think. If anyone knows more about this, please say!

Hope this is some indicator Adam.

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 21:43 by Luis
Edited by Luis on Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 21:45
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Oh god the paper was the worse paper i ever sat ¬¬

omg what is up with these hard questions about the hemishpere and that sharing money question urghhh let's just say it sucked -.-

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 10:33 by swosti
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*marking exactly the same distance as the length of the base would form an equilateral triangle!

we had 2 hour maths revision beforehand and teacher told us that! so lucky! :-)

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:16 by JNicole
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The last four question had me banging my head on the desk.

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:37 by M
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i dont , understand any of ur qustions, i did the linear edexcel higher paper

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:37 by harshpal
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I thought it was OK, but I did notice that I had to work a lot harder than normal.

Everyone else came out saying they failed, even the people in top set, and I go to a grammar school.

They will lower the grade boundaries, they can't put the A* mark at 80 if nobody got it.

Hopefully the calculator paper will be easier.

P.S. I noticed that they put at least three questions in it that involved a lot of thought when usually it is none or one!

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 17:59 by Sarah
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I HATED that exam... it wasn't too bad when I was actually doing it but just spotted a mistake on the rearranging formula on the last minute and the invigilator told us to stop writing.... DAmn him! ;(

Any ways I think I did alright... Hopefully anyways ¬.¬

glad that exams is over

....

but we still have another one Friday

I really badly need to work my socks off for that one otherwise i won't get the target grade ;(

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 23:11 by jgohil32
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ka

Answered Mon 6th June, 2011 @ 23:13 by zakia rafiq
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any ideas on the grade boundries for an A??

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 09:30 by Ed
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no one knows the grade boundaries yet! it totally depends on how the rest of the country found it and it's moderated on that. Did you mean the UMS was out of 100? and the actual marks were out of 60? cos that's what it said on my exam paper.

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 11:29 by Mike
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Xavier Jameson, good point.  What's your opinion on the boundary?  Last year the A* was 89%. What do you predict it will be this year?

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 12:09 by mbismbis
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i need a b

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 13:06 by kjnlihlkhlkhlk
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im an A* student, got an A* in my statistics in year 9 with no revision... and i really struggled on this exam, im not even sure i got an A tbh :(

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 13:47 by Jack Barrell
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for that angle 30 degrees at point P, i think i drew a line at 60 degrees then did an angle bisector to get the middle, is that wrong?

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 17:45 by Alex Holland
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what was question 5a and b?

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 18:09 by Molly
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god i was on the verge of tears in the bloody exam, it was so hard, and i was wanting an A, normally i'm, a few marks of one.

i'm just so glad everyone found it hard, as bad as it sounds.

it just

really was awful. i got to about question 21 and literally got the rest wrong.

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 20:10 by carly
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I revised my *** off for that exam, and i opened the paper and things which i have never seen before turned up, I hope the grade boundaries are lowered, and we all at least p***! : )

GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE FOR FRIDAYS PAPER! : )

Answered Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 21:23 by katie austin
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wahh i lost atleast 60 marks!!

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 09:01 by rinu rana
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omg that wasthe biggest fail of my life!

my hopes of an A* have dissapeared faster than ...something fast :L

fml that was sooo hard!

what does everyone estimate the grade boundaries for the A and A* will be?

**

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 12:50 by Neha
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Alex Holland

first you had to construct the 60 degrees - there's an actual method and then you use an angle bisector

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 12:58 by Maisha
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Neha

An A* is usually around 85% but it will be much lower this time

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 13:00 by Maisha
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Exactly for me ! its so devastating to see an A* student , who has been like me for the whole two years , walk into the exam having done LOADS and then find the paper hard. Usually a past paper would take me 50 mins and this time i didn't even have time to check my answers! Like you i'm hoping for Friday - but we're all in the same boat. My twin brother is a maths genius and even he found some of it hard- my teacher said it was hard and all of you. Lets not think about it - FRIDAY WILL BE FINE DON't WORRY - i say that and i'm panicking like crazy ! ;) Hope you do well ** thoughts are with you .. 

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 17:35 by c
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Is it possible to resit in sixth form? :S

Answered Thu 9th June, 2011 @ 12:16 by deeksha
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that hemisphere one could have been alright if any of us knew that the length was 2x. I just wrote h= the square root of x^2 + l^2. fml

Answered Thu 9th June, 2011 @ 12:51 by Oliver Baines
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it is true.... edexcel did mess up with maths and science so we may have to retake or the grade boundaries are going to be very very very low.

Answered Thu 9th June, 2011 @ 19:06 by sonia
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Can the person who posted the answers please do the same for the calculator paper

Answered Fri 10th June, 2011 @ 11:49 by Carly
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Apperently we can't get the answers till midnight: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=1667816&page=84

Answered Fri 10th June, 2011 @ 11:54 by Brodie
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does anybody know where you can get the edexcel foundation mark scheme from, just like you can for the linear please. i really would like to see it if possible

Answered Fri 10th June, 2011 @ 18:00 by Laura Shephard-Andrews
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According to 2 senior maths teachers at my school, they predicted an a* at either 79 or 80.

Answered Fri 10th June, 2011 @ 18:43 by rebecca