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fonzievision
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To behonest after seeing all the projects this year I wish I had done project instead of analysis.
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Is analysis not fun?
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Analysis isn't that useful for theory per se. But it does give you some reasonable problem solving skills. Having worked as a tour guide for sixth formers and guiding them to the 1st year projects, they do seem like they were a lot of fun.
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Analysis was the easiest exam ever. It was not that challenging at all.
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I still think everyone should do MathAnal (:p:) at least for the first year. When everyone's getting up early and locked in the labs for hours and hours, you get to sleep in and do whatever you want. MA exam is piss easy! Fonzie knows this, we probably went to about 10% of the lectures and still aced the exam with flying colours
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(Original post by Shushi)
I still think everyone should do MathAnal (:p:) at least for the first year. When everyone's getting up early and locked in the labs for hours and hours, you get to sleep in and do whatever you want. MA exam is piss easy! Fonzie knows this, we probably went to about 10% of the lectures and still aced the exam with flying colours
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