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1. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Did you not learn mental arithmetic in like year 2?
LOL, I dunno I think i'm a walking oxymoron, I is a smart retard :P

haha same with the calculator mistakes, I have to type the trapezium rule about 5 times to make sure its right!

2. (Original post by MAyman12)
C1. I even make mistakes while typing on the calculator
You said in C2, though

Surely you know 8*8, though, so just subtract 8 from that
3. (Original post by justinawe)
You said in C2, though

Surely you know 8*8, though, so just subtract 8 from that
My C2 mistakes was 10/5=5 8*7 is a general problem.
4. (Original post by tigerz)
LOL, I dunno I think i'm a walking oxymoron, I is a smart retard :P

haha same with the calculator mistakes, I have to type the trapezium rule about 5 times to make sure its right!

Trapezium rule is soooo long!
I liked where you had to integrate by parts
5. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Trapezium rule is soooo long!
I liked the question where you had to integrate by parts
Its an easy 4+ marks though!, and shhh edit your post
6. (Original post by tigerz)
Its an easy 4+ marks, and shhh edit your post
Anyone reading my post knows that Integration by Parts is a specific C4 topic, so we can't be talking about C2 now
7. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Anyone reading my post knows that Integration by Parts is a specific C4 topic, so we can't be talking about C2 now
Ahh I see , apart from flops like me, I really need to start reading specs and syllabuses

YAY so is differentiation and integration in all the cores? Love them topics
8. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Trapezium rule is soooo long!
I liked where you had to integrate by parts
I don't know what integrating by parts mean but I know what question you're talking about and I didn't do it the same way like you but got the right answer in the end.

Checked it with the calculator
9. (Original post by MAyman12)
I don't know what integrating by parts mean but I know what question you're talking about and I didn't do it the same way like you but got the right answer in the end.
Haven't you done C4? . It's were you have to split trigs functions into separate bits and integrate them separately.
10. (Original post by tigerz)
Ahh I see , apart from flops like me, I really need to start reading specs and syllabuses

YAY so is differentiation and integration in all the cores? Love them topics
Ahuh, although C3 has only differentiation, but that's made up by C4 which is mostly just integration .

They pop-up in S2 as well if you're doing that next year
11. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Ahuh, although C3 has only differentiation, but that's made up by C4 which is mostly just integration .

They pop-up in S2 as well if you're doing that next year
YAAAY! I'm excited now lols, yup doing c3, c4 and s2 next year I'm just gonna get a head start on a2 differentiation and integration in autumn then (summers too busy!)
12. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Haven't you done C4? . It's were you have to split trigs functions into separate bits and integrate them separately.
No. I've only done C1, C2 and M1.
13. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Haven't you done C4? . It's were you have to split trigs functions into separate bits and integrate them separately.
You've done C4?
14. (Original post by MAyman12)
No. I've only done C1, C2 and M1.
I meant as in learnt it not sat the exam (if you haven't sorry I must be confusing you with another year 11)
15. Just wanted to thank nearly everyone on here for helping me with my maths over the past months.The AS level is now complete - I think C1 went great,C2 went bad but I'm hoping I'm wrong and S1 today went alright,but I could've done a lot better - Hoping for ABC in the three exams so I can get an aw - pending UMS is high enough.This thread made me confident that I can do maths.Thank you so much and good luck to everyone on the uni places and especially on results day

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16. (Original post by tigerz)
YAAAY! I'm excited now lols, yup doing c3, c4 and s2 next year I'm just gonna get a head start on a2 differentiation and integration in autumn then (summers too busy!)
There's no need! Exams won't be until June
17. (Original post by justinawe)
You've done C4?
Not officially
18. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
There's no need! Exams won't be until June
I know but after January time goes too quick, besides i'm saying this now but ima end up procrastinating, so I gotta get a headstart this time haha, last year I said I'd start learning a levels after my gcses, it DID NOT HAPPEN! lmao
19. (Original post by tigerz)
I know but after January time goes too quick, besides i'm saying this now but ima end up procrastinating, so I gotta get a headstart this time haha, last year I said I'd start learning a levels after my gcses, it DID NOT HAPPEN! lmao
I hope I don't get too lazy to start STEP prep... you can sort of get away with it for A-levels, but I'd be properly ****ed if I didn't practice for STEP :/
20. (Original post by justinawe)
I hope I don't get too lazy to start STEP prep... you can sort of get away with it for A-levels, but I'd be properly ****ed if I didn't practice for STEP :/
Hahah :P yeah, I'm planning on sorting out several work related things as soon as exams finish whilst i'm still in 'revision mode'!
awwh mhmm looking at uni's and stuff is part of the list, I dunno if I need to do STEP etc (I think I would fail it anyways LOL) so I've gotta find out...Good luck for that

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