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Additional Maths (OCR) formula sheet??

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    Does anyone know if there is a formula sheet for the FSMQ OCR additional maths exam?

    And if anyone has a list of the formula we will need to learn, I would be very grateful!!

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    There is, but it is a huge booklet which has loads of things from other courses and stuff we don't need, so you should really try to learn them, because it will take ages to find them in there.
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    I am very much certain that there is no formula sheet for the FSMQ. So you will need to learn the formulas!
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    (Original post by toby_ling)
    I am very much certain that there is no formula sheet for the FSMQ. So you will need to learn the formulas!
    Yep that's what i heard from my school. We gotta learn all the constant acceleration equations and all that shizz
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    (Original post by toby_ling)
    I am very much certain that there is no formula sheet for the FSMQ. So you will need to learn the formulas!
    I did a mock and we were given the booklet, so there is a "formula sheet" but it is not specific to our course, so it would be easier to learn the formulas anyway...
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    Well, you may have been given a "typical" formula sheet for your mock, but I can tell you that won't be the case in the real exam! (I wish it was though!)
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    I don't care anyway. It isn't that hard tbh
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    It isn't very hard at all, but the time will be difficult for me.
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    There is definitely no formaula sheet our exam co-ordinator rang up and checked with OCR.
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    There is definitely a formula sheet. FSMQ was formally known as MEI Additional Maths. Heres the site: http://www.mei.org.uk/syllabuses/ad_maths.shtml
    Where it says other resources under past examination papers, click on FORMULAS STUDENTS NEED TO LEARN which opens up as a Microsoft Word document. It gives information on the course if your interested too. Hope this helps x
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    http://www.mei.org.uk/files/pdf/6993...ae%20Sheet.pdf

    This is the formula sheet if anyone new visits this thread or if anyone is interested.
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    (Original post by AlecWare)
    http://www.mei.org.uk/files/pdf/6993...ae%20Sheet.pdf

    This is the formula sheet if anyone new visits this thread or if anyone is interested.
    So you have to learn everything that isn't on there? Thanks

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