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# Mega A Level Maths Thread - Mark V Watch

1. (Original post by TeeEm)
Go and do my Special papers ...
Some of the Qs are AEA standards, arent they?
2. (Original post by GeologyMaths)
Some of the Qs are AEA standards, arent they?
they are very hard indeed, but I heard you say that you are not challenged enough ...
3. (Original post by TeeEm)
they are very hard indeed, but I heard you say that you are not challenged enough ...
I mean that most of the Qs on your SPs are AEA standards. I was talking about C3/4 material. Still yet, your SPs are very easy considering they are meant to be 'special'.
4. (Original post by GeologyMaths)
I mean that most of the Qs on your SPs are AEA standards. I was talking about C3/4 material. Still yet, your SPs are very easy considering they are meant to be 'special'.
naturally are very easy ...
5. (Original post by Duke Glacia)
that chapter took me a long time and i think Gome44 might be able to give u some amazing tips but just understand the example questions and do tons of practice(work out the revision exercise after finishing the chapter). I didnt use any external resource (would have scored higher if i did).But i heard lewin has some nice lectures on realtive motion. gd luck
(Original post by Student403)
Oooh I loved Lewin - shame what happened to him. Thanks a lot for the help

And thank you in advance Gome44 if you have any tips
My only advice would be to draw a huge diagram, like half a page so you don't confuse yourself with angles flying all over the place. Also, if the angles are simple (45, 60, 30 etc), then i would just use i and j components, it is a lot easier.

Other then that just do a load of questions, it is by far the hardest thing in M4 and probably Edexcel level maths
6. Can anyone help me with this question in m2:
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...7#post62727527
7. Hey guys, hope you're all doing splendid! Just came quickly to join this thread lol don't mind me.
8. (Original post by Cherry82)
Hey guys, hope you're all doing splendid! Just came quickly to join this thread lol don't mind me.
welcome!
9. (Original post by Gome44)
My only advice would be to draw a huge diagram, like half a page so you don't confuse yourself with angles flying all over the place. Also, if the angles are simple (45, 60, 30 etc), then i would just use i and j components, it is a lot easier.

Other then that just do a load of questions, it is by far the hardest thing in M4 and probably Edexcel level maths
Thank you very much for the tips I'll try the diagram one out - I do agree, sometimes mine look very overcrowded because I'm naturally someone who draws tiny diagrams
10. (Original post by Student403)
I'm naturally someone who draws tiny diagrams
Preach
11. (Original post by Student403)
I'm naturally someone who draws tiny diagrams
same. I have teeny tiny handwriting for such a large person really ****s you up in M2/3 statics and such.
12. (Original post by Zacken)
Preach
(Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
same. I have teeny tiny handwriting for such a large person really ****s you up in M2/3 statics and such.
Nice to know that I'm in good company

Haha I'm quite an average sized person but yeah - I think that was one of my downfalls in M1. Time to change that!
13. (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
for such a large person really ****s you up in M2/3 statics and such.
(Original post by Student403)
I'm quite an average sized person
I'm not going to make a penis size joke, I'm not going to make a penis size joke, I'm not going to make a penis size joke.
14. (Original post by Zacken)
I'm not going to make a penis size joke, I'm not going to make a penis size joke, I'm not going to make a penis size joke.
I KNEW THERE WOULD BE SOMEONE

15. (Original post by Student403)
I KNEW THERE WOULD BE SOMEONE

That's always me.

Back to being a mature seventeen year old now...
16. (Original post by Zacken)
That's always me.

Back to being a mature seventeen year old now...
Speaking of which..

17. (Original post by Student403)
Speaking of which..

June 30th. :'(
18. (Original post by Zacken)
June 30th. :'(
Ahhh right after exams (My last is the 29th - wbu?)
19. (Original post by Student403)
Ahhh right after exams (My last is the 29th - wbu?)
Think it might be 28th or so iirc.
20. (Original post by Zacken)
Think it might be 28th or so iirc.
Be thankful it isn't on the 28th then

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