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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I see, I'm just up at that time cause I feel like it Nah its really because I'm either going to 6th form or going to work, that's only once a week now though! And that's unfortunate, mine tried to make me do the same thing but I said no as my revision is more important
    LOOL, haha yeah I managed to skip chores for 2 weeks, I don't have an excuse anymore :dontknow: thats the disadvantage of being the only other female -.-

    The word 'no' doesn't exist in the dictionary of typical Asian mums, when she says 'can you do the washing?' she actually means 'do the washing or else'

    (Original post by justinawe)
    Me too... I wake up, eat, and then go back to sleep :teehee:



    All or nothing

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    not that 95 UMS is "nothing", but you get what I mean
    :five: Can't sleep when i'm hungry so I get up, go down, eat, go back to bed, half the time I can't even remember what I ate the night before LOOL

    Hahahaa ofc, can you imagine someone saying that?

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    ":zomg: I got 97 UMS? :noway: I'm gonna be teased for having a half-arsed bullcrap UMS now
    The people around you will have a reaction similar to this: :banghead:


    Speaking of UMS just got 88 ums for a chem paper >.< (Then again my target is 87)
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    LOOL, haha yeah I manage to skip chores for 2 weeks, I don't have an excuse anymore :dontknow: thats the disadvantage of being the only other female -.-

    The word 'no' doesn't exist in the dictionary of typical Asian mums, when she says 'can you do the washing?' she actually means 'do the washing or else'
    Lucky enough for me I've still got another 4 weeks to go so I can still get out of all the work And my mum is rather strict as well but I just tell her no then walk off, it always backfires later on in the day though when she makes me cook my own dinner.
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    Who else is gonna go All In for M2?

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    Who else is gonna go All In for M2?

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    I'm planning on nailing that exam! Bring it on
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    Who else is gonna go All In for M2?

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    What do you mean?
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    M2 is going to be my biatch
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I'm planning on nailing that exam! Bring it on
    Hoping for a hard or easy paper?

    I want a hard one, it'll drop the 100UMS by at least one mark and it'll be more interesting

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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    Lucky enough for me I've still got another 4 weeks to go so I can still get out of all the work And my mum is rather strict as well but I just tell her no then walk off, it always backfires later on in the day though when she makes me cook my own dinner.
    LOOL awwh, can never escape from mothers eh? :P Ahh yes a month of excuses! lmao yeah she makes sure I cook at least once a week for the family!
    Everyone says C3 and C4 is significantly harder, my teacher told this arrogant boy that he can't get an A* in C3 and C4 because he cant even get 90 ums in C1 and C2 you reckon this is true? (Although its probably true, hes so annoying -.-)

    Unless ofc you didn't revise C1 and C2 properly but went crazy with C3 and C4
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    (Original post by StUdEnTIGCSE)
    Hoping for a hard or easy paper?

    I want a hard one, it'll drop the 100UMS by at least one mark and it'll be more interesting

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    I want one that is similar to Jan 2010 in difficulty, that will make it interesting

    Edit: Clearly someone doesn't want a challenging paper
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    (Original post by tigerz)
    LOOL awwh, can never escape from mothers eh? :P Ahh yes a month of excuses! lmao yeah she makes sure I cook at least once a week for the family!
    Everyone says C3 and C4 is significantly harder, my teacher told this arrogant boy that he can't get an A* in C3 and C4 because he cant even get 90 ums in C1 and C2 you reckon this is true? (Although its probably true, hes so annoying -.-)

    Unless ofc you didn't revise C1 and C2 properly but went crazy with C3 and C4
    Not at all and well they are harder, I wouldn't say significantly but you do have to work at it mainly. Also I would say your teacher is wrong as I didn't get 90 UMS in either C1 or C2 and last week I got 100% in my C4 mock where the rest of the class got E's It just depends how much he wants it really.
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    Not at all and well they are harder, I wouldn't say significantly but you do have to work at it mainly. Also I would say your teacher is wrong as I didn't get 90 UMS in either C1 or C2 and last week I got 100% in my C4 mock where the rest of the class got E's It just depends how much he wants it really.
    Ahh awesome, sick one ! I'm gonna work extra hard for C3 and C4 then!
    Meh, he doesn't work, he expects good grades with no effort which is probably why she said that to him
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    I'm looking through the spec (for A2 since we're starting that in 3 weeks) and then I see that there's at least 1 question on C3 papers that will be a proof question.. why edexcel?
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    (Original post by tigerz)
    Ahh awesome, sick one ! I'm gonna work extra hard for C3 and C4 then!
    Meh, he doesn't work, he expects good grades with no effort which is probably why she said that to him
    Thanks and yeah, as long as you understand the content and work on it quite a lot then there is no reason why you couldn't get a really good score in them and he sounds like what I was like last year
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I'm looking through the spec (for A2 since we're starting that in 3 weeks) and then I see that there's at least 1 question on C3 papers that will be a proof question.. why edexcel?
    How did you find C2 yesterday? Also, I kind of like proofs

    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    Thanks and yeah, as long as you understand the content and work on it quite a lot then there is no reason why you couldn't get a really good score in them and he sounds like what I was like last year
    YAAY haha, he may pull through in the end but hes doing bad in quite a few of his subjects :s Oh well we shall wait and see! Depends on how motivated he is really
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    (Original post by tigerz)
    How did you find C2 yesterday? Also, I kind of like proofs
    It was alright lost around 9 marks (the cos trig question and the integration question) hoping to scrape an A now how about you? Fair enough AS proofs, but I can only imagine what A2 proofs must be like, there's also a new topic called 'numerical methods'
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    (Original post by StUdEnTIGCSE)
    Who else is gonna go All In for M2?

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    Count me in
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    It was alright lost around 9 marks (the cos trig question and the integration question) hoping to scrape an A now how about you? Fair enough AS proofs, but I can only imagine what A2 proofs must be like, there's also a new topic called 'numerical methods'
    Numerical methods questions are free marks, trust me on this one

    There are no real "proofs" in A-level maths, even at A2. It's still the same old ridiculously straightforward "show" questions where you apply one rule or formula and the whole answer just falls out nicely
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    M2 is going to be my biatch
    You're sitting M2?

    Why bother, you're getting a 100 anyway Good luck.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    It was alright lost around 9 marks (the cos trig question and the integration question) hoping to scrape an A now how about you? Fair enough AS proofs, but I can only imagine what A2 proofs must be like, there's also a new topic called 'numerical methods'
    That has got to be the dullest thing ever :nothing:
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    (Original post by reubenkinara)
    What do you mean?
    I just wanted to know who else wanted to go All In or for full raw marks in M2 (like in Poker they put all their money in).

    But apparently a lot (if you apply the law of averages ) is going for 100% than I thought and that means its again not going to be easy.

    I have not much idea of how M2 feels like for everyone else as I don't do it at school but the grade boundaries suggests its the same as M1 and that's again scary

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