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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I got an A in gcse and got 95+ in nearly all my modules. It is all about understanding, i didnt care in gcse's


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    nice mate, lmao i did care for GCSE's but just didn't revise the games were my temptation AAAAAH but I'm determined to smash my A-levels with an AS in biology with grade A, maths A*, physics A*, further maths A
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    (Original post by RoadtoSuccess)
    Well if i do good in it i can help you just pm me?
    yeah okay thanks
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    I'm doing GCSE further maths at the moment I enjoy it but I'm not sure what I'm predicted because we haven't done any tests yet as we haven't learnt a lot of the course just yet
    That's good, because C1 is essentially just further maths GCSE, but easier

    Also, i would suggest subtly planting the idea of doing additional maths fmsq into your head of maths mind, since it is very similar to fmaths gcse, just with integration also
 
 
 
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