Exam Script Viewing and Exam Appeals – Key Facts, Dates and Resources...
Summary: This issue has been a source of some confusion, in particular...
This will give you the approximate number of minutes to spend on a given question, and will also give you about 15 to 20 minutes of a "cushion", for checking, over-runs etc.
So that’s our Top Ten on getting it all down on paper and maximising your maths grade on the day!
Here's our top tips that will save you a lot of marks and could even save your grade: 1. Be careful with minus signs – the single most common source of error. 2. Don’t try to do too much in one step – break it down into smaller steps.
We've created a comprehensive guide to exam technique for Irish maths students called 'Maximise Your Maths Grade', and we are launching it this weekend in Cork. Our friends at Essential French have invited us to give a seminar to Leaving Cert students this weekend, and over 120 have already confirmed their attendance!
Type in your question (if it's an exam question, you can just tell us what year, paper and question number e.g. 2008 P1 Q3a), and we will help you with it.
Remember that you DO need to cover Arrangements / Permutations at LCO and LCH.