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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    104619You're doing A Level Maths? If you have any trouble just PM me. I take it you're doing Edexcel? What is your applied unit?
    Yep i am
    Did u do it too? Thanks for ur help :hugs: i will if i need help
    Yep, doing edexcel
    Units... I think its C1 C2 M1 and then C3 C4 S1 in the sec yr... Is that what u were asking for?

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    (Original post by mediaya)
    Yep i am
    Did u do it too? Thanks for ur help i will if i need help
    Yep, doing edexcel
    Units... I think its C1 C2 M1 and then C3 C4 S1 in the sec yr... Is that what u were asking for?
    Interesting. I did mine the other way around: C1,2, S1 then C3, 4, M1. Best advice. Do a C1 past paper now (start on 2005), expect to get a U but the important thing is how many marks out of 75 you can get purely off GCSE knowledge. Do a past paper a month (for C1 at least, give it a bit longer before starting M1 papers) and hopefully see the marks coming up. By Christmas aim for a D in C1, an E in M1 and a U in C2 - from there it's about past papers all the way to the bank (revise C1 while you're doing C2). The most important thing about doing past papers is marking them yourself. Use the mark schemes, mark yourself harshly: see where you went wrong and trying and notice how the marks are distributed for that question. M1 is mechanical physics with more algebra.
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    (Original post by spotify95)
    My TSR notifications etc are fine now coming through loud and clear!

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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    104632Interesting. I did mine the other way around: C1,2, S1 then C3, 4, M1. Best advice. Do a C1 past paper now (start on 2005), expect to get a U but the important thing is how many marks out of 75 you can get purely off GCSE knowledge. Do a past paper a month (for C1 at least, give it a bit longer before starting M1 papers) and hopefully see the marks coming up. By Christmas aim for a D in C1, an E in M1 and a U in C2 - from there it's about past papers all the way to the bank (revise C1 while you're doing C2). The most important thing about doing past papers is marking them yourself. Use the mark schemes, mark yourself harshly: see where you went wrong and trying and notice how the marks are distributed for that question. M1 is mechanical physics with more algebra.

    I am not usre if i'll do S1 or M1 first :dontknow: juat said
    Thanks, i did do few questions but not a whole paper, it wasnt that hard lol (i just picked the ones i knew :lol:) past papers were (i think) the only reason i got high grade in maths gcse

    Hmm, okay so C1 is easier than C2? What is even the difference?

    Ah yes, i'll mark them myself, so i can see the mark scheme and see what kin of answers they accepr :yep:

    Was helpful, Thanks so much :jumphug: appreciate ur help

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