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# How are you finding the C3 soloman papers? watch

1. I'm finding them pretty difficult! Never realised it would be this hard!

How is everyone else finding them?
2. There alright, which questions are you finding most difficult?

Maybe should revise the main chapters in C3 again, then try the papers.
3. The solomon papers i think are harder than the actual exam as they test u on everything u have learnt from the previous modules.
4. I find the C3 Solomon Papers fairly good.

I tend to get 70/75 ish.

I am about to do Paper K.

The C4 ones are much harder though.
5. issit ok if someone can post the hardest c3/c2 questions they ever have done?
6. The C3 ones are fine.. i started off pretty badly, 59 i think bt im improving, got 74 in Paper D which i just did. The only thing i actually didnt understand was in Paper C question 8d). Why did they make f'(x) the f(x) for the proof
7. (Original post by Featherflare)
The C3 ones are fine.. i started off pretty badly, 59 i think bt im improving, got 74 in Paper D which i just did. The only thing i actually didnt understand was in Paper C question 8d). Why did they make f'(x) the f(x) for the proof
As that is what you were doing your iteration with. That is the equation with the root of 0 (at the stat. point)
8. kool thx

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