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    Good luck to all those taking AEA Maths today. I'm panicking somewhat...
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    Thanks, good luck everyone.
    Try not to panic, remember we have three hours.
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    Good luck to everyone, I can't help but feel even three hours won't be enough. No calculators aagh...
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    How did you all find it ?! I thought it wasn't bad at all, compared to past years, but I haven't done much practise, so maybe I just got all of them wrong :p:

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    'Twas much harder than last year's paper. And the year before.... and the year before. In fact, it was harder than any AEA paper I've ever seen.

    At least with the specimens and past papers I could do the questions; with this one.. I sat there for ages trying to do things, and ended up arsing up all the questions. Managed to write a good 18 pages of utter utter rubbish.

    I suppose that's what you get for trying to do AEA a year early after a week of practice
 
 
 
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