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    (Original post by Zacken)
    What d'you mean everyone flops in FP2? The contrary is true, it's such a straightforward module that very many people get very high UMS, hence the ridiculously high grade boundaries for it.
    Idk,but many people I see on TSR get below 70 UMS.


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    (Original post by Chittesh14)
    Idk,but many people I see on TSR get below 70 UMS.


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    Really? I've seen that happen irl but never on TSR...
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    (Original post by Ayman!)
    Really? I've seen that happen irl but never on TSR...
    Lol i don't really know people doing further maths A2 in my school xd so I've only seen it on TSR.


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    Further maths (Edexcel) has the highest % of achievers for A* compared to other subjects. Definitely because a lot of the students ace the exams, especially the Further units, I'd imagine.

    Also, only the "confident" students in Maths mostly (but not always) take it.
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    (Original post by SaadKaleem)
    Further maths (Edexcel) has the highest % of achievers for A* compared to other subjects. Definitely because a lot of the students ace the exams, especially the Further units, I'd imagine.

    Also, only the "confident" students in Maths mostly (but not always) take it.
    all those TSR nerds using Edexcel padding the numbers up


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    (Original post by Chittesh14)
    Idk,but many people I see on TSR get below 70 UMS.


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    That definitely goes against the trend, most people on TSR get 95+ UMS.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    That definitely goes against the trend, most people on TSR get 95+ UMS.
    Yeah, but not all lol. I'm just saying what I've seen.


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    (Original post by Zacken)
    It's nowhere near as bad as you make it sound.
    Yeh it iz actually. What do you know.
    I did D2 and S4 in my 3rd AS year and it was mad hard for real tho.
    It was propaa ****ed.


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    (Original post by Ayman!)
    Really? I've seen that happen irl but never on TSR...
    Ive seen in it in multiple exams. Personally.
    I hear man iz retard if such ting happens.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yeh it iz actually. What do you know.
    I did D2 and S4 in my 3rd AS year and it was mad hard for real tho.
    It was propaa ****ed.


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    Might help if you revised them for more than 2 days mate


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    (Original post by drandy76)
    Might help if you revised them for more than 2 days mate


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    That is valid point boy. Gud reazoning


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    That is valid point boy. Gud reazoning


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    I'm never wrong fam


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    Oh to hell with academics, it's all pretentious rubbish. What's the point of having the same thing about several hundred thousand other people have. Peace ✌
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    Lol jokes


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    (Original post by Chittesh14)
    Lol i don't really know people doing further maths A2 in my school xd so I've only seen it on TSR.


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    Lol only two people, including myself, do FM A2 in my school. Both self taught. I've seen kids from other schools look at me like I'm retarded when I claimed that FP2 was easy this year lmao.

    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Ive seen in it in multiple exams. Personally.
    I hear man iz retard if such ting happens.


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    Yh TSR ≠ ppl IRL.

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    It was propaa ****ed.


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    You know what's proper hard m8? Physics. That **** is bare hard
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    (Original post by Ayman!)
    Lol only two people, including myself, do FM A2 in my school. Both self taught. I've seen kids from other schools look at me like I'm retarded when I claimed that FP2 was easy this year lmao.



    Yh TSR ≠ ppl IRL.



    You know what's proper hard m8? Physics. That **** is bare hard
    Yeah, physics is ****. I just have to do it lol.
    Everyone self teaches further maths, you can't learn it in school with the lessons we get lol.



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    FP2 can definitely be part of AS further maths, I know this because I did it. My circumstances were weird though- I was self teaching the AS in year 13. You can't do FP2 before C3 and C4.
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    (Original post by sindyscape62)
    FP2 can definitely be part of AS further maths, I know this because I did it. My circumstances were weird though- I was self teaching the AS in year 13. You can't do FP2 before C3 and C4.
    Yeah I know, that's not nice . I find it hard to cope then


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