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    does anybody know where i can get sum papers for D1- for sum reason i cant get them of the MEI website- but they only have one from the new specification.

    and id really really appreciate it if some1 could post me sum notes on critical paths and activities- i've lost mine and the book isnt much help :
    thanks
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    well i went on www.mathsnet.net today and it has some stuff on there, but have u tried putting the password in the www.mei.org website? (sirisaac)
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    (Original post by geekypoo)
    well i went on www.mathsnet.net today and it has some stuff on there, but have u tried putting the password in the www.mei.org website? (sirisaac)
    i thought u could acess them without a password??
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    You can just u cant acess ALL of them with the password, so i guess i dont have to email you now do i
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    I've got this exam on Monday, Haven't started revision :rolleyes:
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    Well really, how do u revise for a maths module that really isnt maths????
    i didnt revise for my mock and got one mark off a B (although the grade boundaries were low, as in 33/60)
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    (Original post by geekypoo)
    Well really, how do u revise for a maths module that really isnt maths????
    i didnt revise for my mock and got one mark off a B (although the grade boundaries were low, as in 33/60)
    Well I need to revise the algorithms obviously, and practise the simplex and other algorithms. Plus practising the networks and critical path analysis is rather an advantage in the exam.

    The maximum time it can take to solve an average network question may be 7-8 mins.
    But a trained person can do it in less then 60 seconds.

    You can determine, how revision can really affect the result of a non-math logical exam. :rolleyes:
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    I just need to figure out how to do simulations, and which algorithm is which,
 
 
 
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