There was enough on the paper to allow students to attain a good grade.
Studnets looking to achieve very high marks would have found some aspects of the paper very challenging. The Final parts of questions; Q1 c) ii), Q2 c) iii), Q4 c) and Q8 c) were very testing.
Earlier parts of the questions were very fair. Most prepared students should have been able to attain a reasonable grade.
Many of the expected topics, First Principles, Integral of Sine squared, Newton Raphson, roots of complex numbers, proof by induction of an inequality and solving a cubic equation, were examined.
A reasonable; but occasionally intricate paper.