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    Be consistent, be thorough, set working out logically, don't make up your own notation, stick to established notation and get your hand on as many past papers/practice questions as possible.

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    Might have a look myself then. Are the differential equtions hard? I want some hard ones other then step ones.

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    Not really. I remember it being harder than AQA, but no real use for preparing for the STEP ones. Problem with the STEP ones are that there are only a few per year to practice from.
    I was more intrigued by the numerical solutions. They cover a lot of numerical topics that I'd never heard of.

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