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    Title says it all - Solomon is a lot harder than EdExcel but Elmwood look more similar.

    Which is better?
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    I just looked at the 'F' Elmwood and it looked pretty similar in difficulty to an F Solomon. Personally, I think it's better to do whichever you find harder - if you can do the hard questions, and Edexcel paper should be easy.
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    Does the lettering make a difference? Just as you referred to an 'F'
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    A is the easiest, and L is the hardest. I referred to F because that's the one I randomly picked to look at for both! :p:
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    Ahhh okay, I didn't realise they were in difficulty order.
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    They can't be in difficulty order, they are all equally easy xD
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    well, they are in difficulty order (at least, the Solomon's are, I'm not sure about elmwood), you're just super-smart!
 
 
 
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