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    Dear All!!
    Just wondering if anybody had any advice on core 3 this coming wednesday...Im basically starting the syllabus right now from scratch because i have not listened in the slightest! Just aiming for a C grade for now, as a back up incase I F*** it up in summer! Is there a relationship between past exam papers? What kind of questions award the most marks etc...
    Any help at all and i will be more than grateful!!! and respect to all the people who have listened in class!
    yeah! Thanks all
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    Dear All!!
    Just wondering if anybody had any advice on core 3 this coming wednesday...Im basically starting the syllabus right now from scratch because i have not listened in the slightest! Just aiming for a C grade for now, as a back up incase I F*** it up in summer! Is there a relationship between past exam papers? What kind of questions award the most marks etc...
    Any help at all and i will be more than grateful!!! and respect to all the people who have listened in class!
    yeah! Thanks all
    i would also like to no this:yes:
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    get every past paper possible and hammer them until you can glance at a question and know exactly what you need to do
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    (Original post by ImScrewed)
    Dear All!!
    Just wondering if anybody had any advice on core 3 this coming wednesday...Im basically starting the syllabus right now from scratch because i have not listened in the slightest! Just aiming for a C grade for now, as a back up incase I F*** it up in summer! Is there a relationship between past exam papers? What kind of questions award the most marks etc...
    Any help at all and i will be more than grateful!!! and respect to all the people who have listened in class!
    yeah! Thanks all

    yeah im doing it too. Just do as many past papers as you can. I think that the questions that are longer and award the most marks are the trignometry and differentiation questions...so maybe focus on these??? good luck!!
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    learn how to use these rules

    "the product rule"

    "the chain rule"

    "the quotient rule"

    these are the vital differentiation rules, will get you about 20 marks in the exam
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    thank you all!! good tips there we shall see how it goes hey!! any more ideas keep them flooding in boys! girls perhaps. xxx
 
 
 
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