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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Meh, we don't have any mechanics modules either. There are other subjects called AH Applied Maths: Mechanics or AH Applied Maths: Stats.

    I have 4 lessons a week for maths, 2 for physics and 1 for French. We AH students get no love from teachers whatsoever.

    FP1-4 is pretty much covered in AH as well.

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    I have a feeling AH Maths is underrated/under-appreciated by unis, IB Maths definitely is at the moment and that's pretty damn annoying
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    Tomorrow I start attending the gym and eating healthily
    **** my life
    No more beer or kebabs :'(

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    M2 grade boundaries are making me really sad... 68/75 for an A whyyyyy
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    (Original post by cerlohee)
    M2 grade boundaries are making me really sad... 68/75 for an A whyyyyy
    M2 is bleugh

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    (Original post by rachelc142)
    Tomorrow I start attending the gym and eating healthily
    **** my life
    No more beer or kebabs :'(

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    Ugh I need to do this :'( But food is so yas and exercise is so nah haha

    (Original post by rachelc142)
    M2 is bleugh

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    I like it as a module before the grade boundaries haha
    Like I enjoy the questions but I'm so bad at not making little mistakes!
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    (Original post by cerlohee)
    Ugh I need to do this :'( But food is so yas and exercise is so nah haha



    I like it as a module before the grade boundaries haha
    Like I enjoy the questions but I'm so bad at not making little mistakes!
    Hahaha omg such a life motto
    I'll let you know how it goes, horribly is my prediction
    Yeah I know what you mean :/

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oooh I remember now

    Awesome!you'll love it here

    Apparently you can get like 1% extra for it lol


    Gah, you could try checking your individual uni trackers if they have it. Or normally they send an email themselves too

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    Haha thanks I hope so!
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    Got my letter from student finance confirming my application
    Turns out my maintenance loan is £600 less than I was expecting, so now after rent I'll have £14 to live off per week :lol:

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    (Original post by rachelc142)
    Tomorrow I start attending the gym and eating healthily
    **** my life
    No more beer or kebabs :'(

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    You will feel much better inside for it good luck - beer and kebabs are okay in moderation too.

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    Urgh FP3 complex numbers are getting on my tits.
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    Urgh FP3 complex numbers are getting on my tits.
    Anything you're specifically stuck on? Complex numbers are pretty nifty IMO.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Anything you're specifically stuck on? Complex numbers are pretty nifty IMO.

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    It's just understanding all the different ways of writing them and how they relate And the fact I'm dreadful at anything involving trig functions
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    (Original post by Tibbz2)
    It's just understanding all the different ways of writing them and how they relate And the fact I'm dreadful at anything involving trig functions
    cis form is beautiful imo, and it's a lot easier than writing cos+isin :lol:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    cis form is beautiful imo, and it's a lot easier than writing cos+isin :lol:
    Tru dat brudah.

    I'm repping that Cartesian form though, it's so mmm..

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    (Original post by Bude8)
    cis form is beautiful imo, and it's a lot easier than writing cos+isin :lol:
    Cis form isn't used in our course

    Just exponential, polar and then the cartesian ones
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    (Original post by Tibbz2)
    Cis form isn't used in our course

    Just exponential, polar and then the cartesian ones
    Polar form is cis which is cos+isin I think, cis is just a nice abbreviation
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Polar form is cis which is cos+isin I think, cis is just a nice abbreviation
    Ah fair enough

    I think complex numbers are probably going to be the hardest things to revise in fp3 for me, but then again groups, differential equations and vectors are all pretty simple to understand so it's not saying much
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    Lmao this thread occasionally switches to a FM Q&A thread! It is the toughest subject, ngl!
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    I started serious revision today (was only doing 1-2 hours a day of proper, fully focused revision for the past month). Now that I've an offer from my firm (A*A*AA), I know which subjects I need to focus the most on, so I'm basically ignoring Maths and Physics until mid-April and focusing on Chemistry (need an A*) and FM (need an A, but I find it the toughest subject as I'm self-teaching). I'm basically doing FM on Mondays & Wednesdays and Chemistry on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sunday's more of a mix, and I don't revise on Fridays or Saturdays. FM papers are exhaustingly long with my board (3 hours each), so I can't bring myself to do FM and then Chemistry.
    Does anyone else revise like this? ie a subject a day. I have never done it before, but Chemistry and FM are the only subjects I really have to revise for, so an on/off study method will probably suit me better. How effective is this method for you people? (Given you use it of course).
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