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    How much of a jump is it? Im confused hard that you shouldnt touch it. Can someone who is going it or has done it tell me how much of a jump there is and if its worth doing it? :eek:
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    (Original post by thinktank)
    How much of a jump is it? Im confused hard that you shouldnt touch it. Can someone who is going it or has done it tell me how much of a jump there is and if its worth doing it? :eek:
    do u mean maths or in general. maths isnt much of a jump, cos uve done most things at GCSE. i think ur just expanding wot uve learnt and going in2 more detail.
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    do u mean maths or in general. maths isnt much of a jump, cos uve done most things at GCSE. i think ur just expanding wot uve learnt and going in2 more detail.
    I meant maths
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    (Original post by thinktank)
    I meant maths
    how did u find gcse maths?
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    generally ok. but the first exam was bloody hard
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    (Original post by thinktank)
    generally ok. but the first exam was bloody hard
    if u found gcse ok, then i think maths as will be okay. but i think it depends on ur teacher aswell. i had sum good teachers so did okay. but its not as bad as ppl make it out 2 be. its actually quiet fun :cool:
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    If you do additional maths theres hardly any difference.
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    At first it may seem a bit complicated, but as time goes by it will just come out like clockwork when u see a question. Same with most things really. By the time you get to the end of your AS Levels you will look back at your GCSE's and think, woah ..
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    I got a grade A at GCSE although if i'd put the effort in i could have got higher. Same with A level Maths, at the start i didnt put the effort in and in my first Pure Exam i got an E. Theres a lot of new stuff to learn but as long as you put the effort in its not too bad. I retook my P1 in the summer and got 96/100!

    It all depends on your attitude
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    its not that hard, it looks a bit complicated but scratch the surface and its very simple.
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    (Original post by jmzcherry)
    I got a grade A at GCSE although if i'd put the effort in i could have got higher. Same with A level Maths, at the start i didnt put the effort in and in my first Pure Exam i got an E. Theres a lot of new stuff to learn but as long as you put the effort in its not too bad. I retook my P1 in the summer and got 96/100!

    It all depends on your attitude
    bloody hell you got rejected from a lot of places, what were your grades?
 
 
 
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