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    (Original post by Dr.Black Knight)
    I got 98 for c1 and 100 for c2
    But I am finding C3 hard and I haven't even started C4 yet!!!
    I got 96 on both c1 and c2 (doing c3, s2 and m1 this summer)
    I haven't yet finished chpter 7 or started chpter 8 yet but i find it only slightly harder than c2. Which parts do u have probs with?
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    (Original post by Ammelia)
    I got 96 on both c1 and c2 (doing c3, s2 and m1 this summer)
    I haven't yet finished chpter 7 or started chpter 8 yet but i find it only slightly harder than c2. Which parts do u have probs with?
    Mainly Trig!!
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    finished ANOTHER c3
    Elmswood D 37/75 60%
    HAve to improve a lot more!!
    Os Elmswood easier than the actual papers?
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    Elmswood are the same difficulty as the real papers.
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    Elmswood are the same difficulty as the real papers.
    Thanks
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    More C3 today!!1
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    Did some C3 revision today!
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    (Original post by Dr.Black Knight)
    Did some C3 revision today!
    From half 4-half 1?



    Do you just not sleep and spend all term learning maths?

    That must be where i went wrong...sleeping... lol

    I will be starting at least 1 practise paper of every exam a week from next week, coursework due this week.
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    (Original post by MHorman)
    From half 4-half 1?



    Do you just not sleep and spend all term learning maths?

    That must be where i went wrong...sleeping... lol

    I will be starting at least 1 practise paper of every exam a week from next week, coursework due this week.
    I am from a different time zone thats probs
    How many units do you have for June?
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    Did C3 june 2007 got 43/63
    Not enough my revision has not paid off!!!
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    (Original post by Dr.Black Knight)
    I am from a different time zone thats probs
    How many units do you have for June?

    Ahh, of course, i checked your account but saw no country...

    I got C3/C4/D1/S2 in maths and large chemistry and computing exams.

    Currently total revision for all exams = nothing.
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    (Original post by MHorman)
    Ahh, of course, i checked your account but saw no country...

    I got C3/C4/D1/S2 in maths and large chemistry and computing exams.

    Currently total revision for all exams = nothing.
    I am failing C3 at the moment!!:mad:
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    (Original post by Dr.Black Knight)
    I am failing C3 at the moment!!:mad:
    I'm retaking C3,

    Did badly in jan, Got 64% when i'd been getting 95%+ in mocks,

    Don't know what happened...

    Very bad day....
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    (Original post by MHorman)
    I'm retaking C3,

    Did badly in jan, Got 64% when i'd been getting 95%+ in mocks,

    Don't know what happened...

    Very bad day....
    I am getting around 50% for C3 atm, how to improve?
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    Finished Jan 2007 C3 got 42/75
    I am hating C3 and myself!!!!!!
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    I am fed up with C3!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by Dr.Black Knight)
    I am getting around 50% for C3 atm, how to improve?
    Ok, stop doing so many exam papers...

    Do one paper, see what you got wrong....

    Then go back to the book and look over that section and maybe do a couple of exercises on it and THEN try a new exam paper.

    Repeatedly getting exam papers wrong will just demoralise you,

    You need to go and learn the stuff you get wrong....

    Good luck though...
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    (Original post by MHorman)
    Ok, stop doing so many exam papers...

    Do one paper, see what you got wrong....

    Then go back to the book and look over that section and maybe do a couple of exercises on it and THEN try a new exam paper.

    Repeatedly getting exam papers wrong will just demoralise you,

    You need to go and learn the stuff you get wrong....

    Good luck though...
    I just did 4 papers, and then went tgrough the book, but still no improvement
    I'm depressed!!!!:mad:
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    (Original post by Dr.Black Knight)
    I just did 4 papers, and then went tgrough the book, but still no improvement
    I'm depressed!!!!:mad:
    Ok, firstly, identify the main section you're losing marks...

    For example trig, then spend an hour or so on examples of trig from the book and make sure you fully understand why you didn;t get the marks then go back and look at the questions you got wrong, and see how to get them right...

    If you do that properly you marks will increase steadily after each paper.

    I got 74/75 on my penultimate mock in jan.
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    (Original post by MHorman)
    Ok, firstly, identify the main section you're losing marks...

    For example trig, then spend an hour or so on examples of trig from the book and make sure you fully understand why you didn;t get the marks then go back and look at the questions you got wrong, and see how to get them right...

    If you do that properly you marks will increase steadily after each paper.

    I got 74/75 on my penultimate mock in jan.
    I ll try that tomorrow and see!!
    thanks
 
 
 
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