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    (Original post by Hmht)
    Is it me is or C4 harder than the other exams by quite a lot? :P
    No, I'd say it's at the same level with C3. Mechanics is way harder though.

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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    No, I'd say it's at the same level with C3. Mechanics is way harder though.

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    C3 is straightforward. C4 is more challenging but not impossible.

    The only time consuming part in mechanics is drawing the diagrams otherwise
    it is simple. (at m1 but alot harder in the later mechanics modules when DEs are involved)
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    C3 is straightforward. C4 is more challenging but not impossible.

    The only time consuming part in mechanics is drawing the diagrams otherwise
    it is simple. (at m1 but alot harder in the later mechanics modules when DEs are involved)
    C4 is no less straightforward from my experience. I find M2 to be killer though.

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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    C3 is straightforward. C4 is more challenging but not impossible.

    The only time consuming part in mechanics is drawing the diagrams otherwise
    it is simple. (at m1 but alot harder in the later mechanics modules when DEs are involved)
    I have a natural preference for pure maths; objectively speaking I'd say C3 is easier than M2 is easier than C4, but it's just my opinion.

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    C4 is generally the hard unit and with regular practice especially for integration and vectors you should be fine!
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    How much hours a week are you guys putting in for C4? I'm planning on doing an hour everyday till exam.
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    (Original post by Senll)
    How much hours a week are you guys putting in for C4? I'm planning on doing an hour everyday till exam.
    i'd suggest 2 hours a day and try do a pastpaper as well.
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    Yea i have to admit I find vectors and integration the most difficult part of C4. This is mainly because in integration there are so many methods and its hard to find which one is the correct one to use :P
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    (Original post by Hmht)
    Yea i have to admit I find vectors and integration the most difficult part of C4. This is mainly because in integration there are so many methods and its hard to find which one is the correct one to use :P
    wow you seem to be everywhere haha
    But yes I'm not going to revise for maths until 12th of May
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    wow you seem to be everywhere haha
    But yes I'm not going to revise for maths until 12th of May
    Hahah well it seems we both have good taste in subjects really? that late?? or are you one of those amazing people who doesn't have to revise maths after just doing the lessons and get 100%?? :P
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    (Original post by Hmht)
    Hahah well it seems we both have good taste in subjects really? that late?? or are you one of those amazing people who doesn't have to revise maths after just doing the lessons and get 100%?? :P
    well focusing on biology and chemistry for noww, maths shouldn't be too bad
    hm maybe
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    Any help for 7c on this paper?
    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...nuary_2006.pdf
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    (Original post by arsenalfc97)
    Any help for 7c on this paper?
    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...nuary_2006.pdf
    Substitution, u=2t+1.
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    Substitution, u=2t+1.
    How exactly could you obtain V in terms of t from this?
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    (Original post by arsenalfc97)
    How exactly could you obtain V in terms of t from this?

    Integrate both sides
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    Substitution, u=2t+1.
    Could just use recognition. Unless im reading it wrong.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Could just use recognition. Unless im reading it wrong.


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    Lol I'm not so good at recognition!


    (Original post by arsenalfc97)
    How exactly could you obtain V in terms of t from this?

    \int dV=V
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    (Original post by Paras Agarwal)
    i'd suggest 2 hours a day and try do a pastpaper as well.
    2 hours a day is a bit too much when you got other stuffs to revise for..maybe on the weekends yeah.
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Could just use recognition. Unless im reading it wrong.


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    What exactly do you mean?

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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    What exactly do you mean?

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    Basically means when you're a pro at integration and you can spot things straight away without doing substitutions.

    Don't worry if you can't do this though, I'm a second year at uni and I still can't.
 
 
 
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