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I think you're taking the mickey!!!
sorry me english no too good......this also be called RIPPING DA PISS sometimes...no?
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sorry me english no too good......this also be called RIPPING DA PISS sometimes...no?
Give it a rest already
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sorry me english no too good......this also be called RIPPING DA PISS sometimes...no?
You're not a really friendly bloke are you?
Note *Dripping in sarcasm*
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Hi i have say that if you are natrually at all good at maths then A-Level should be no problem there is really no work at all in the AS and normally plenty of time is set aside to learn A-Level so that is no problem either. I am currently doing the hard bits of Further Maths and finding that some of pure 6 is incredibly unintresting so is taking a while to grasp. Its definitely a big leap from normal A Level.
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I find the best way to revise for maths is to do lots of past papers and soon you'll find a trend in the way that the papers are structured.
I did that for p1 and got full marks.
I noticed that 8/10 times the first question was on series and sequences, the second question was usually on coordinate gemoetry etc..etc..

and there isnt much variation between questions on a certain topic from year to year so if you've done the work you should be able to anticiapte whats going to come up. That makes it hell of a lot easier.
How does knowing what order the topics are questioned help you get 100%? It doesnt.

In this exam I forgot to reationalise the denominator, messed up parts b) c) of the series questions, and I got about 3 different values for C in the integration question.
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