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    (Original post by hellomynameisr)
    Is it only me or do some of these question require a calculator.

    Take question 10 on the 2007 paper. Like how am I meant to know what cos(10) is loool
    If you look at the front page 2007 was a cal paper
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    (Original post by hellomynameisr)
    Is it only me or do some of these question require a calculator.

    Take question 10 on the 2007 paper. Like how am I meant to know what cos(10) is loool
    no cal for the maths section tho
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    (Original post by hellomynameisr)
    Is it only me or do some of these question require a calculator.

    Take question 10 on the 2007 paper. Like how am I meant to know what cos(10) is loool
    you can use the small angle approximations sometimes cos(theta) = 1-((theta)^2)/2
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    (Original post by Orlandothefraser)
    you can use the small angle approximations sometimes cos(theta) = 1-((theta)^2)/2
    you can use a calculator for the 2007 paper physics section anyway
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    If you look at the front page 2007 was a cal paper
    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    no cal for the maths section tho
    (Original post by Orlandothefraser)
    you can use the small angle approximations sometimes cos(theta) = 1-((theta)^2)/2
    (Original post by Orlandothefraser)
    you can use a calculator for the 2007 paper physics section anyway
    Ahh right, silly me! Here's me thinking I have to memorise a whole load of numbers :rofl:

    Thanks guys
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    (Original post by Orlandothefraser)
    you can use the small angle approximations sometimes cos(theta) = 1-((theta)^2)/2
    do you know the assumptions for small angles of sin and tan
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    what other universities have you guys decided on?!
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    what other universities have you guys decided on?!
    Only got Warwick and Bristol for now but need 2 more by the end of next week lol
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    what other universities have you guys decided on?!
    Imperial, Nottingham, Warwick & bath. What about you?

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    sin theta and tan theta approximate to theta for small angles
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    (Original post by 98matt)
    Imperial, Nottingham, Warwick & bath. What about you?

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    I'm an international applicant so it takes a little longer for me haha
    I was thinking of st.andrews as one of my options but someone toldme its quite an isolated area? and i wouldnt feel right there because i come from dubai and you dont have that type of living exprience here.I am applying to nottingham for sure as well Some of the others ones im considering: One from Manchester/Imperial/Durhamand i think ill go with surrey for my backup, they look lovely
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    (Original post by hellomynameisr)
    Only got Warwick and Bristol for now but need 2 more by the end of next week lol
    I'm seeing quite alot of Warwick applicants, is it a good university i thought it wasnt all to great as it was made out from what ive read but i am international so no clueIf any of guys who live in the UK could judge some of my choices above and advise me i would be grateful for that
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    Does anyone have any tips to practice curve sketching??
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    (Original post by tarakheradmand1)
    Does anyone have any tips to practice curve sketching??
    http://madasmaths.com/archive/maths_..._questions.pdf
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    Hello just wondering when did people start revising for the PAT and how is revision going?


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    (Original post by 98matt)
    Imperial, Nottingham, Warwick & bath. What about you?

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    Hey forgot to ask what are you predicted and for what subjects if you don't mind
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    Predicted A*A*A in further maths, physics & welsh baccalaureate respectively. I have an A* from maths a level in year 12 too

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    (Original post by 98matt)
    Predicted A*A*A in further maths, physics & welsh baccalaureate respectively. I have an A* from maths a level in year 12 too

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    sweet we have pretty much the same predicted grades are you applying for straight physics at imperial? i was thinking about it but they seem reallly harsh with the admissions haha
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    Is anyone on here applying for engineering?
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    (Original post by Orlandothefraser)
    Is anyone on here applying for engineering?
    i dont think so mate, hows your prep going and what are the cut offs for engineering usually is it same like for the physics students?:
 
 
 
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