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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    NEVER!!

    Pure is for Perverts ...

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    Only mathematical methods and Physically Applied Maths ...
    What's that a photo of?


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    What's that a photo of?


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    clearly a pervert ...
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    (Original post by Boop.)
    Hey do you have a link to all the fp3 questions by topic, that would help me out a lot thanks

    HYPERBOLIC FUNCTIONS
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_..._functions.pdf

    MATRICES
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_...ons_part_b.pdf

    VECTORS
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_...ons_part_b.pdf

    INTEGRATION
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_...ns_part_ii.pdf

    ARCLENTH & SURFACE
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_...revolution.pdf

    CONICS
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_...c_sections.pdf

    REDUCTION FORMULAS
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_...n_formulas.pdf
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    S2 ESTIMATED GRADE BOUNDARIES

    100UMS ...74-75
    90UMS..... 70-71
    80UMS..... 66-67
    70UMS..... 58-59


    These boundaries are based entirely on the poll and some of your discussions
    I will revise these when I see the paper.
    off to lunch and to work
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    S2 ESTIMATED GRADE BOUNDARIES

    100UMS ...74-75
    90UMS..... 70-71
    80UMS..... 66-67
    70UMS..... 58-59


    These boundaries are based entirely on the poll and some of your discussions
    I will revise these when I see the paper.
    off to lunch and to work
    What bout FP3?


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    What bout FP3?


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    the sample is not large enough
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    good luck
    TeeEm, do you have any solid textbook recommendations? Next year I'm starting college, but at some point, I will be doing all the modules and find textbooks quite a nice way to learn plus some of the one below will be self taught. So any recommendations for
    FP1-3
    M2-5
    S2-4
    D1-2
    Or just any good recommendations in general?
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    TeeEm, do you have any solid textbook recommendations? Next year I'm starting college, but at some point, I will be doing all the modules and find textbooks quite a nice way to learn plus some of the one below will be self taught. So any recommendations for
    FP1-3
    M2-5
    S2-4
    D1-2
    Or just any good recommendations in general?
    Bosock and chandler 👍


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Bosock and chandler 👍


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    Did you actually just work through their books, or did you use the EDEXCEL ones mostly?
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    (Original post by Jordan\)
    Did you actually just work through their books, or did you use the EDEXCEL ones mostly?
    I did the edexcel books but bought bostock chandler recently. Bostock chandler are the best books probably tbh. They cover everything pretty much.


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    I did the edexcel books but bought bostock chandler recently. Bostock chandler are the best books probably tbh. They cover everything pretty much.


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    Have you had a look at all of them? ie. the Core Mathematics one, the Further Pure and the Mechanics and probability ones? I've ordered the Core one but wasn't too sure about the others.
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    Have you had a look at all of them? ie. the Core Mathematics one, the Further Pure and the Mechanics and probability ones? I've ordered the Core one but wasn't too sure about the others.
    I only got the FP one. My friend has the mechanics one.


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    Bought the core course for A Level and Mechanics and probability book, will get the F.Maths one and further mechanics then
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    Bought the core course for A Level and Mechanics and probability book, will get the F.Maths one and further mechanics then
    Trust me it doesnt get better then thise. I remember teeem saying he used them aswl!
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Trust me it doesnt get better then thise. I remember teeem saying he used them aswl!
    Seems so, I only got them because Steve from m4ths.com recommended them to me - seems a lot of teachers prefer the older ones that get rid of the colourful **** in the course ones
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    (Original post by Gilo98)
    TeeEm, do you have any solid textbook recommendations? Next year I'm starting college, but at some point, I will be doing all the modules and find textbooks quite a nice way to learn plus some of the one below will be self taught. So any recommendations for
    FP1-3
    M2-5
    S2-4
    D1-2
    Or just any good recommendations in general?
    For exam structure
    I would stick to the Pearson series which are written by and for EDEXCEL/PEARSON

    For additional/extension I would get the Bostock and Chandler original
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    FP3 ESTIMATED GRADE BOUNDARIES

    100UMS ...67-69
    90UMS..... 61-62
    80UMS..... 55-56
    70UMS..... 49-50


    These boundaries are based entirely on the poll and some of your discussions
    I will revise these when I see the paper.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    FP3 ESTIMATED GRADE BOUNDARIES

    100UMS ...67-69
    90UMS..... 61-62
    80UMS..... 55-56
    70UMS..... 49-50


    These boundaries are based entirely on the poll and some of your discussions
    I will revise these when I see the paper.
    From what you've heard and seen, was the paper easier or harder than last year?
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    (Original post by LukeTownsend123)
    From what you've heard and seen, was the paper easier or harder than last year?
    people claim it was harder but

    I also heard people yesterday were cramming FP3 in 2 days
    or
    asking laughable questions on some topics
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    people claim it was harder but

    I also heard people yesterday were cramming FP3 in 2 days
    or
    asking laughable questions on some topics
    If I base my predicted score on last years grade boundaries, do you think it will be accurate?
 
 
 
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