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Yeah, OP should be fine. Im kinda doing same with M1. Self taught it in a week or so over summer hols, and gonna go over it again in Christmas hols to do it in jan. Hope should be alright. I'd already got a grounding in it from physics though. S1 is fine, only slight problem may be with probability, as the wording of a few questions i've seen can make it confusing, but other than that, it should be fairly easy marks.
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S1 is aint that hard I mean the first 6 chapters in the book you would probably had covered in IG/GCSE Maths only like the last 2 chapters (Diffrentiation and Integration) are new so S1 in 2 months is archieveable...
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(Original post by TSRXShogun)
S1 is aint that hard I mean the first 6 chapters in the book you would probably had covered in IG/GCSE Maths only like the last 2 chapters (Diffrentiation and Integration) are new so S1 in 2 months is archieveable...
I think you're talking about C1. Integration only comes up in S2
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