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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Really? I doubt that.

    Anyways, does anyone have any good C1 revision material here on TSR? Bar past papers?


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    Just go over any basic notes in the textbook
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    (Original post by enaayrah)
    Just go over any basic notes in the textbook
    Done that.

    Anything else perhaps?


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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Done that.

    Anything else perhaps?


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    Try one of TeeEm's C1 S or T past papers, if you can answer them, you can answer anything that comes up tomorrow.


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    My next one is on Tuesday
    What is the one on Thursday?

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    Pre u short course global perspectives lol

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    (Original post by nurav11)
    Yeh that makes sense, book fans would be in uproar anyway if they invented a story line for anybody. Tbf they did that really well in The Walking Dead with Daryl but I guess it's a totally different kettle of fish.
    They did more than really well, over at The Walking Dead, with Daryl. They made up a character and mostly every hardcore fan loves Daryl just the same, if not more, than they love Rick. They made up a character who is as beloved as THE MAIN CHARACTER FROM THE COMICS. They hit it out of the park, on that one. The thing with GoT fans is, they basically already want to punch GRRM for all the terrible things he wrote. The Walking Dead fans are different, in that sense, at least we USED to be (I personally want to punch Kirkman and Gimple, repeatedly, because they have ruined my favorite show). I feel that for each reader, with each GoT book that was read, a bit of trust was lost. He ruined them emotionally and so now with the show everyone is like "GRRM, you little sh*t, you better not play any tricks on us". So, if he invented a storyline for anybody, the fans would go mental. I agree with you, there.
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    Anyone else bantering their way through general studies on Thursday?

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    (Original post by Krollo)
    Anyone else bantering their way through general studies on Thursday?

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    I have pre u global perspectives which I guess is similar

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    I have pre u global perspectives which I guess is similar

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    How bull**** are we talking? I once got credit in a mock by stating 'The Nazis were renowned for their marching songs' lol

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    Much like when you play the game of thrones, when you play the game of Cambridge, you win or you die :lol:
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    Finally feeling happier about C1 now - got 3 sets of full marks in a row. I think the key is in the checking - when you check, rework every step of the question and check for arithmetic errors. For questions where you have to rearrange equations or find roots, plug numbers/roots back into the original equation to see if it's correct.

    Good luck everyone for tomorrow! The examiners won't know what's hit them
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    (Original post by Krollo)
    How bull**** are we talking? I once got credit in a mock by stating 'The Nazis were renowned for their marching songs' lol

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    Its basically analysing arguments so fairly. I get taught by someone who doesn't have a clue what the exam is actually on so I have no idea what is even in it. Worst bit is that we got forced to do coursework for it lol

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    Remember when checking answers, don't just look at them and confirm your steps; you could be confirming the correctness of an arithmetical step that could be mathematically wrong for the question (i.e. you could have integrated where you need to differentiate and you checked that your differentiation was correct, not that fact that differentiation is the incorrect method) Redo the question from the start, baring in mind what the question is asking. You're all smart enough to not do that, but just a pointer
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    I guess I will be asking for an additional booklet for second round for ultimate check :lol:

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    (Original post by Protoxylic)
    Remember when checking answers, don't just look at them and confirm your steps; you could be confirming the correctness of an arithmetical step that could be mathematically wrong for the question (i.e. you could have integrated where you need to differentiate and you checked that your differentiation was correct, not that fact that differentiation is the incorrect method) Redo the question from the start, baring in mind what the question is asking. You're all smart enough to not do that, but just a pointer
    Thanks

    And yeah, it is easy to make mathematical errors, and arithmetic ones too but I'll take it slowly I think
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    Everyone's hardcore C1 revision has brought down Exam solutions for the first time this year.
    (Original post by enaayrah)
    Thanks

    And yeah, it is easy to make mathematical errors, and arithmetic ones too but I'll take it slowly I think
    I wish I could do that but I tend to panic and just do it as fast as possible. Although it does mean that I can redo an entire paper within the 90 mins, not sure what is the best approach.
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    Everyone's hardcore C1 revision has brought down Exam solutions for the first time this year.


    I wish I could do that but I tend to panic and just do it as fast as possible. Although it does mean that I can redo an entire paper within the 90 mins, not sure what is the best approach.
    Try to halve your time. So, 45 minutes slowly doing the questions, and then 45 minutes checking

    I remember sitting in my GCSE Maths exam 3 years ago, for a whole hour with nothing to do, so I decided to write a story on the tracing paper :lol:
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    Pre u short course global perspectives lol

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    Lol I'd imagine it's bull**** writing subject then XD

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Everyone ready for tomorrow?

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    Well as ready as i will ever be. This is the easiest exam so it should be okay


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Lol I'd imagine it's bull**** writing subject then XD

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    Its a Cambridge course which is specifically on Cambridge's list of courses they don't accept. That answer your question?

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    (Original post by enaayrah)
    Try to halve your time. So, 45 minutes slowly doing the questions, and then 45 minutes checking

    I remember sitting in my GCSE Maths exam 3 years ago, for a whole hour with nothing to do, so I decided to write a story on the tracing paper :lol:
    :lol: I'm surprised you can still remember it. How did you keep up with maths if you took 3 years between GCSE and AS?
 
 
 
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