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    (Original post by AlphaArgonian)
    I'm not doing this now, I'm in year 12 rn I'm talking about next year but still thanks
    In that case it's great that you're thinking ahead but do take your time after evaluating your modules after AS exams and (perhaps in the summer) skimming through the books to see what content you like
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    In that case it's great that you're thinking ahead but do take your time after evaluating your modules after AS exams and (perhaps in the summer) skimming through the books to see what content you like
    Yeah my half-term started today and I'm on a short break until Monday. I know it's better not to worry now and focus on AS but I like to look ahead when I can.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    What d'you mean by "which is better"? If you mean easier, then S3 definitely takes the cake for that. If you mean in terms of what you'd enjoy I highly suspect M4 is the answer.
    Sorry off topic here, but do you think one can self-learn M4 in 2 weeks? I am usually good at mathematics, specially mechanics, but is it doable?
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Sorry off topic here, but do you think one can self-learn M4 in 2 weeks? I am usually good at mathematics, specially mechanics, but is it doable?
    yes. i did it in 2 weeks, the 1st chap takes a bit time but the rest are walk in thepark and very interesting, what u gt in m3
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Sorry off topic here, but do you think one can self-learn M4 in 2 weeks? I am usually good at mathematics, specially mechanics, but is it doable?
    Yeah, that'll be very do-able.
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    M4 is for the clever people
    S3 is ordinary
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    I was wondering since our upcoming chemistry exams are coming up if people wanted to be part of a maths whatsapp revision group. I guessing most of us use whatsapp so I guess it will be more suitable for everyone then. If you are interested either pm me or responded to this message











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    I was wondering since our upcoming chemistry exams are coming up if people wanted to be part of a maths whatsapp revision group. I guessing most of us use whatsapp so I guess it will be more suitable for everyone then. If you are interested either pm me or responded to this message
    Stop spamming the forum with this unless you want to be banned.
 
 
 
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