The Temple is dark and sad, and tears were shed.
Students with faces as sullen as mine were treasuring their final moments at the sanctuary before setting off for their final mathematical battle of their lives (at least until H1/H2/poly etc.).
and more …
By now, most would have slain and conquered the vile beast known as Additional Mathematics (new 4047 breed) this morning – with records of all lethal blows presented below:
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As usual, please, please leave a comment should you spot any mistake in the solution.
- 1.0a: Q3(ii) – added explanation of comparing coefficients to clarify how to arrive at 4c = −4, as pointed out by this kind gentleman 😉
Notes from my Mistress:
- Before you ask questions like “I lost x marks in Paper 2, can I still get A1/A2/B3/B4/pass?” or “What is the cutoff for A1/A2/B3/B4/C5/C6/D7/E8/F9 this year?”, please understand that Miss Loi is NOT the Bell Curve Goddess.
- Please also understand that, unless things have changed, there is no half-mark awarded in O-Level Maths. Also it is nigh impossible for ECF if the part involved only carries 1 mark.
So, I can almost “see” you at Halloween on Friday. But it’s more important now to maintain your focus and keep hanging in there, as urged by this student at The Temple:
P.S. And should you need some quick help to get a grip on your remaining papers beyond this most exhausting of weeks, The Temple shall be open this Sunday and next Saturday for your final Social Studies & Chemistry MCQ tune-up respectively.
Remember, remember. Now’s not the time to slip in November!
*begins to crawl out of your monitor screen*