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College Level 100%

x 2 = 100 a= (Type an integer or a simplified fraction. Use a comma to  separate answers.) The solutions are  .

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2048 s12 er 99%

The most common wrong answers were Barnabas or 1 © 2012 General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level 2048 Religious Studies (Bible Knowledge) June 2012 Principal Examiner Report for Teachers (b) Few were able to answer this question correctly.

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2048 w13 er 99%

Question 4 (a) Incorrect answers usually mentioned correctly that the man sold what he had but did not add that he then gave it to the poor.

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2048 w12 er 99%

(b) This question produced the highest percentage of correct answers on the paper (87%).

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4024 s14 er 99%

Candidates should clearly show their answers in the appropriate answer space.

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2251 s07 er 99%

2251 Sociology June 2007 SOCIOLOGY Paper 2251/01 Paper 1 General comments There was a range of responses from candidates though generally the overall standard of answers had seemed to have improved.

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5014 w08 er 99%

5014 Environmental Management November 2008 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Paper 5014/01 Paper 1 General comments There was a great range in quality of performance, from candidates who maintained the flow of perfect or near perfect answers to all parts of all questions, to those who struggled over the majority of questions, and managed only the occasional convincing answer.

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2048 s13 er 99%

Comments on specific questions Section A Question 1 (a) and (b) Although this question was generally well answered, a number of candidates gave generalised answers about Jesus’ life and work.

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2058 s09 er 99%

Candidates should therefore be advised to understand that part (a) questions carry more marks (except in Question 1), and so should think about this when planning their answers.

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7115 s14 er 99%

Full marks were given to answers which developed each point in the context of the case study.

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Unit 4 - January 2011 MS 99%

0844 576 0037 January 2011 Publications Code UA026200 All the material in this publication is copyright © Edexcel Ltd 2011 6CH04/01 1101 Section A (multiple choice) Question Number 1 (a) Question Number 1 (b) Question Number 1 (c) Question Number 2 Question Number 3 Question Number 4 Question Number 5 Question Number 6 Question Number 7 (a) Question Number 7 (b) Question Number 7 (c) Question Number 8 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 6CH04/01 1101 Question Number 9 Question Number 10 Question Number 11 Question Number 12 Question Number 13 Question Number 14 Question Number 15 Question Number 16 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 TOTAL FOR SECTION A = 20 MARKS 6CH04/01 1101 Section B Question Number 17 (a) Acceptable Answers Reject ∆Ssystem = (3x2x65.3 +197.6) – (186.2 + 188.7) Mark 2 Correct data for CH4 and CO (186.2 and 197.6) (1) = (+) 214.5 / 215 (J mol-1 K-1) / (+) 0.2145 / 0.215 kJ (mol-1 K-1) (1) 214 0.214 Units must be shown if data has been converted to kJ Full marks (2) for correct answer without working Ignore sf except 1 Answer of -214.5 scores (1) Answer of +18.6 if entropy of H not doubled scores (1) Answer of –46.7 if entropy of H2 not tripled scores (1) ALLOW TE in second mark for minor error in data e.g.

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CS5740 Project 3 Report 99%

2 Baseline System Our baseline system is consist of several modules, a Question module, an Answer module and a last module in charge of producing and outputting the answers.

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2048 s14 er 99%

Common wrong answers included the Good Samaritan and the Lost Sheep.

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2058 s10 er 99%

The better answers were careful to avoid paraphrasing of the translation which is already given.

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Building Reputation in StackOverflow An 99%

I NTRODUCTION StackOverflow (SO) is the most popular community for obtaining answers to software development questions and is a rapidly growing base of information about topics ranging from algorithms to languages to tools.

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7100 s10 er 99%

In Question 37 Option D attracted several answers instead of Option A, the correct answer.

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2058 s11 er 99%

Part (b) answers should be thoughtful and evaluative so candidates should try to think about how this differs from their answer in part (a).

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Overall Examiners noted that the performance of the candidates was good for this session, and again many candidates gave the main points in an outline in most of the answers but did not give enough details to achieve the highest level.

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2251 w11 er 99%

General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level 2251 Sociology November 2011 Principal Examiner Report for Teachers SOCIOLOGY Paper 2251/11 Paper 11 Key messages • Questions requiring the straightforward application of knowledge were done well, while answers requiring more analysis needed greater discussion.

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2058 s14 er 99%

Only a small number did not finish their answers or missed out a complete question.

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5014 s10 er 99%

Candidates who felt that they had more to write beyond the space allowed for by the lines left for answering on the paper were welcome to extend their answers on to empty spaces on pages (such as pages 4, 7, 12, 15 or 20 in this examination booklet) and a few did.

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June 2010 MS.PDF 98%

0844 576 0037 Summer 2010 Publications Code US023629 All the material in this publication is copyright © Edexcel Ltd 2010 6CH01_01 1006 Section A (multiple choice) Question Number 1 (a) Question Number 1 (b) Question Number 2 Question Number 3 Question Number 4 (a) Question Number 4(b) Question Number 4 (c) Question Number 4 (d) Question Number 5 Question Number 6 Question Number 7 Question Number 8 Question Number 9 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 6CH01_01 1006 Question Number 10 Question Number 11 Question Number 12 Question Number 13 Question Number 14 (a) Question Number 14 (b) Question Number 14 (c) Correct Answer Mark C 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark D 1 Correct Answer Mark B 1 Correct Answer Mark A 1 Correct Answer Mark C 1 6CH01_01 1006 Section B Question Number Acceptable Answers Reject Mark 2 15 (a)(i) electrons (1) charge (1) square brackets not essential Mark independently Ignore (labelling of) nucleus unless incorrect Question Number Acceptable Answers 15 (a)(ii) 1s22s22p63s23p6 Reject Mark 1 Allow electron number as sub script Allow orbitals as capital letters Allow TE from (a) (i) if Ca atom or Ca+ ion Question Number Acceptable Answers Reject 15 (a)(iii) Smaller Because it has one less (sub) shell of electrons / orbital / energy level / less shielding (1) bigger scores zero And the ratio of protons :

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89-99 98%

The solutions are x = .  (Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) B.

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