But even in most years, we only get like 70-80 E4 out of 120 circa. Unless our cohort this year is stronger, which maybe the case since we had a 100% B6 rate on 2U accelerated last year.
Most of my cohort thought it was easy actually (my cohort is around 119 students). Essentially everyone I know who knows what they're doing thinks they got 90+ raw, and most of the top students (by top I mean top 40 lol) have lost maximum 5 marks so far.
I probably still hold the record for most stupid mistakes lol. In my 4U trial, I bubbled an answer different to the one I thought was correct (and was).
For the Q11 (c)(i) vectors question, after using the triangular inequality, how do you come to the inequality you're required to prove? I can't seem to work out how to algebra this.
Also, people forget that they can scale their own internals up theoretically. If you come first in the state externally, even if your internal mark is sub-optimal, it gets scaled up along with the rest of your cohort.