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Yes! - I've got a job!...

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by Betamale, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. Hi
    well done
    Ok, its cumulative marks that will get him grade x or y rather than being able to do the harder topics per se.
    So...example being...student 1 answers all last 5 questions which are A/A* correct yet doesnt get any right before then...more than likely end up with a lower grade than someone who didnt answer the last 5 questions but had picked up all the marks lower down the paper
    link above will give idea of some of the sample materials...find out whether its linear or modular.
    Edexcel one required 104/200 for a B grade on last years paper IIRC.....
    You could have also got an A without doing any algebra from memory....so nail all the stuff lower down and chek the 'givens' are that as you can be suprised

  2. Thanks for the website link - I had not seen it before =)

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