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    You'll be fine with edexcel maths. Your teacher's right, with A predicted at gcse level. you shuld be able to manage C1, S1 (and also M1 M2 n S2). C2 might be a little harder but in the end its nothing that cant be overcome

    I took C1, C2 and S1 in January this year - I did most of the work on my own as I'm in hospital quite a lot because I have cystic fibrosis. Anyway, I got 98/100 for S1 and for C1 and C2 I got about 94 or 95 (can't remember exactly). I thought it was quite easy - unlike C3 and C4 which are slightly harder (lots of trig and intergration/differentiation rules to remember!) I'm taking them both in the next two weeks. I should add that I also got an A at GCSE - so I think you should do fine (if not fantastic!)

    Laura xxxx

    (Original post by Final_F)
    How would I find AS Maths?

    How would you find it?
    Well, get to the exam room, the teacher'll give you a paper, and there it is! You don't need to look any further!
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    (Original post by lesser weevil)
    How would you find it?
    Well, get to the exam room, the teacher'll give you a paper, and there it is! You don't need to look any further!
    Hehe! Anyway, thanks for your help people! I think I'll ask my teacher for a C1 paper to look over.
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