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How many past papers would you say is enough for a module in maths Watch

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    (Original post by Marxist)
    Haha, I was looking for the categorised questions. The mechanics(you could say my weakness) questions in STEP II weren't as tough as I thought it would be :teehee:- I did one on statics of a rigid body which turned out to be really nice to do - I'll try show you at the end of the day. The pure questions seem to be easier than the mechanics questions for some reason. Idk, personal preference maybe.
    Same with me. I feel as though the mech. questions require an easier application of the techniques and comes out easily if you know what the situation is fully, but it is a bit of a pain sometimes to think what assumptions you have to make though.
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    Same with me. I feel as though the mech. questions require an easier application of the techniques and comes out easily if you know what the situation is fully, but it is a bit of a pain sometimes to think what assumptions you have to make though.
    Couldn't agree more.
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    EnglishMuon Zacken Marxist thank you!!
 
 
 
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