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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    ****ing hell.
    All us mathmos work comes down to this day. Scary thoughts..
    No pressure.

    I am seriously scared though, this one exam can literally mean automatic rejection by Cambridge.

    How are you preparing until 2pm? I am currently skimming through Siklos' booklets, and Ctrl+F (search) where he says that he loves the questions.

    Gonna start doing a few mech questions in a bit. Anything to recommend? I did the electric field question Krollo suggested, it was pretty algebraic but not that mech syllabus based.


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    (Original post by Insight314)
    No pressure.

    I am seriously scared though, this one exam can literally mean automatic rejection by Cambridge.

    How are you preparing until 2pm? I am currently skimming through Siklos' booklets, and Ctrl+F (search) where he says that he loves the questions.

    Gonna start doing a few mech questions in a bit. Anything to recommend? I did the electric field question Krollo suggested, it was pretty algebraic but not that mech syllabus based.


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    Yeh you still have like 2 more shots haha. This is the last straw for me, make it or break it, last chance. 4 years of my life decided today. Just hope I can do my potential in maths some sort of justice.

    Krollos probably on his 6th full by now.
    I am doing nothing today I think that is ny best strategy. Might looks through he last 7-8 years at some of the strategies used other then that I won't be putting pen to paper till 2pmz


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    (Original post by Mostly_Crazy)
    Awesome! I'm planning on taking neurobiology in 1b, so we'll probably run into each other!

    (assuming I don't fail tomorrow, of course... )
    I thought it was an alright paper Probably high grade boundaries though, what about you?
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    Any Mathmo lads who just finished their STEP III exam, private message me.


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    (Original post by stump-y)
    I thought it was an alright paper Probably high grade boundaries though, what about you?
    Yeah, it wasn't too bad... I don't think I got an A* because this unit was right at the bottom of the pile for me (I'm counting on A*s in maths and psych), but it was a solid A at least. At the end I was so paranoid I'd missed a question because there was nothing longer than 7/8 marks
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    Sorry guys, changed my mind now, I'm off to live in France now nice knowing you guys, bye
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    What a terrible decision UK.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    What a terrible decision UK.


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    So ridiculously disappointed. Did you know that last night searches for "what happens in case of a Brexit?" spiked by around 250%? I like the idea that some people have gone "immigrunts! Vote Leave!" and then had to google the consequences of their actions.
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    (Original post by PhysicsIP2016)
    Sorry guys, changed my mind now, I'm off to live in France now nice knowing you guys, bye
    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    What a terrible decision UK.


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    I must admit I never expected it
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    Brexit, boys!


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    Stunned

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    Oh my god... as an Eu citizen how will this affect me if I study in the uk
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    (Original post by gasfxekl)
    Oh my god... as an Eu citizen how will this affect me if I study in the uk
    No student loans.


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    Same. I really thought the majority would want to stay in the EU.


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    (Original post by Insight314)
    Brexit, boys!


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    you voted remain right?



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    (Original post by PhysicsIP2016)
    So ridiculously disappointed. Did you know that last night searches for "what happens in case of a Brexit?" spiked by around 250%? I like the idea that some people have gone "immigrunts! Vote Leave!" and then had to google the consequences of their actions.
    Farage has already broken his promise of 350 million going to the NHS on good morning. Farage also said not a single bullet was needed to be fired. What a nob


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    Well my area voted like just under 70%% leave. ****ing hell. I expected that tbh.


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    No joke, I have browser tabs open for doctoral programmes in Canada.
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    Oxford 70% Remain
    Cambridge 73% Remain

    Small mercies....

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    (Original post by jneill)
    Oxford 70% Remain
    Cambridge 73% Remain

    Small mercies....

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    I wonder if those particular cities might tend to have voters of above average intelligence for some reason...
 
 
 
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