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    (Original post by ivy.98)
    You gave up so fast. :sigh: felt like it was my fault, that you weren't satisfied..
    I will think about it. Just recovered from all this, give me more time
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    i got sex offers.. that says it all lmao
    I'll give you the time. I understand why you'd feel like this. There's no other girl out there that's like you, and it's hard for me to comprehend the idea of a world without you. It feels unnatural not having you with me. Take as much time as you need.

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    Well damn lmao. Perhaps it's for the better than. For a student forum TSR can attract some real weirdos. Are you okay though? It's probably quite creepy and suffocating to get strangers asking for sex. Hope you're well. :hugs:
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    (Original post by mk_cbc)
    I always see people hating on maths lmao i wanna see how many people actually like it.
    personally i love it.
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    I hate Maths just want to get a B in GCSE to be able to take Science A levels. I can't wait to get rid of it as it's to painful for me to handle.
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
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    I hate Maths just want to get a B in GCSE to be able to take Science A levels. I can't wait to get rid of it as it's to painful for me to handle.
    Physics A level has a lot of maths I heard chemistry does too but I don't take it
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    I love M3. Elastic springs and simple harmonic motion are so fascinating.
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    (Original post by swagmister)
    Physics A level has a lot of maths I heard chemistry does too but I don't take it
    I know that but I guess I would be able to cope with the Maths to a certain extent and I need all three sciences for what I want to do at Uni. I do hate Maths but do still have the ability to study it to a certain extent if needed and also get the required grades by studying.

    I love the sciences my favourite subjects at GCSE and also my strongest.
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    (Original post by shilshark)
    Do you take level 2 further maths?
    no my school doesn't offer it :/
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    (Original post by swagmister)
    Physics A level has a lot of maths I heard chemistry does too but I don't take it
    yeah the new chem spec is 20% maths now aha
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    I love maths, its my favourite subject! :love:

    C1,C2,C3,C4,M1= baes
    S1= ***** foh

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    This doesn't mean I'm super good at maths. I just try hard and I'm doing well in it!
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    Maths is my favourite subject.

    Liking C1 and C2 at the moment.
    Hating statistics though.
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    (Original post by Dinaa)
    I love maths, its my favourite subject! :love:

    C1,C2,C3,C4,M1= baes
    S1= ***** foh
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    This doesn't mean I'm super good at maths. I just try hard and I'm doing well in it!
    Are you doing all the modules in 1 year?
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    (Original post by Nerrad)
    I love M3. Elastic springs and simple harmonic motion are so fascinating.
    M3 is pretty scary for me ,especially when I stumble upon question which involves both elastic springs and circular motions (=_=). But its pretty interesting.
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    (Original post by B_9710)
    Are you doing all the modules in 1 year?
    Nope
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    (Original post by Dinaa)
    Nope
    Have you already completed A-level maths or still doing it?
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    (Original post by mk_cbc)
    I always see people hating on maths lmao i wanna see how many people actually like it.
    personally i love it.
    Love Maths especially Algebra and trigonometry..... less so statistics although it is fairly easy, but I don't enjoy it as much! :borat:

    C1 and C2 look interesting.... I enjoy Surds. I haven't started my Maths a-level yet, but I began self-teaching the content for AS and A2
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    (Original post by Nerrad)
    I love M3. Elastic springs and simple harmonic motion are so fascinating.
    Wow you picked the Mechanics unit, I wouldn't even dare AHA..... It is interesting, but damn.... I had a look at a few past questions and squirmed..... It is an absolute pain in my royal ass!
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    I like it :yep:. Further maths is my favourite A-level subject :ahee:.
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    I know that but I guess I would be able to cope with the Maths to a certain extent and I need all three sciences for what I want to do at Uni. I do hate Maths but do still have the ability to study it to a certain extent if needed and also get the required grades by studying.

    I love the sciences my favourite subjects at GCSE and also my strongest.
    Should be alright a lot of people who do chemistry and biology don't do maths in my school but not many do physics without maths. There's a whole section on mechanics but by asking your teacher and classmates about anything you don't understand you'll be fine
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
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    I hate Maths just want to get a B in GCSE to be able to take Science A levels. I can't wait to get rid of it as it's to painful for me to handle.
    You don't like all the sciences, certainly not physics. Have you done any physics beyond the sad, miserable shell of a subject titled physics at either GCSE or A-Level. It's not do-able without a lot of maths.

    (Original post by swagmister)
    Physics A level has a lot of maths I heard chemistry does too but I don't take it
    Sciences at A-Level has about as much maths as a monkey can do.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Sciences at A-Level has about as much maths as a monkey can do.
    You need to remember that unlike you, some people really struggle with maths. The structure of the A-level allows people to gain a basic insight into Physics, without having to learn any calculus, which would probably put a lot of people off.

    (Although I agree that it should have a lot more maths. )
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    You need to remember that unlike you, some people really struggle with maths. The structure of the A-level allows people to gain a basic insight into Physics, without having to learn any calculus, which would probably put a lot of people off.

    (Although I agree that it should have a lot more maths. )
    Have you seen past (from the 80's-ish) physics papers? It used to be a lot more mathematical, it's been dumbed down in an attempt to give people a basic insight into physics but to what end? I'd rather have fewer people knowing better/more physics than more people knowing the sad state that we currently have right now.

    I mean, we scrapped calculus - the bloody bread and butter of physics out of our physics curriculum. :facepalm:
 
 
 
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