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    Where is the mod to delete this argument? BeiberFan, please just stop
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    Because you got the signs wrong
    it's x=1 and x=-3 :yep:
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    (Original post by BieberFan)
    I'm on a gap year but I have a place at Imperial for deferred entry.
    I quick look at your post history doesn't suggest this.
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    (Original post by BieberFan)
    This is like the hundreth thread you've made asking for C1 or C2 help. Why bother asking questions about Cambridge? You obviously have no chance whatsoever if you're struggling so much with AS maths. I bet you got your GCSEs by trying hard but it doesn't work like that for the best unis. Grades aren't anywhere near enough to get in.

    Can I ask, did you fail the SMC? If so, that's further proof of how impossible this is for you. You'd be lucky to get into kingston...

    I'm telling you this so you don't build up false hope. YOU HAVE NO CHANCE, YOU JUST DON'T HAVE THE BRAIN FOR IT!
    Why so mad?
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    All of this over a little mistake; wow.
 
 
 
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