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    Do four A2's really give an advantage in BMAT universities?

    ... i don't see it giving any advantage, seeing as the offer is for three.

    Neg rep guys?
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    Look who's back
    Is that seriously sixthformer/BMAT/romans/nattor/thatothernamethatIcantrememberin betweensixthformerandbmat ?
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    I need to call up first. I can procrastinate for a bit longer
    SUPER HARD bmat question

    on the site, specimen section 2

    question 12, on the maths one

    =/ how on earh do you approach it?
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    (Original post by down with zionism)
    Do four A2's really give an advantage in BMAT universities?

    ... i don't see it giving any advantage, seeing as the offer is for three.
    It's not though, I know someone who got an A*AAAa offer this year, and that 'a' was AS further maths which he did in year 13, not year 12.
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Is that seriously sixthformer/BMAT/romans/nattor/thatothernamethatIcantrememberin betweensixthformerandbmat ?
    I believe there was also im no superman among many others. I'm fairly sure it's still him based on his typing style.
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    I need to call up first. I can procrastinate for a bit longer
    Do it tomorrow, think of not applying as physically throwing money away!
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    I need to call up first. I can procrastinate for a bit longer

    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Is that seriously sixthformer/BMAT/romans/nattor/thatothernamethatIcantrememberin betweensixthformerandbmat ?

    Poss rep in advance guys

    it's section 2, of the specimen, question 12

    if you can do it, then you're very smart in my books imo
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    I believe there was also im no superman among many others. I'm fairly sure it's still him based on his typing style.
    Yeah, I heard on the sixthformer account he had the pink female sign next to his name, but he didn't know what it meant

    And yeah, definitely him, coming out with dumbass questions about the BMAT.

    That username was one of them, but I there was another one too, can't remember atm.

    Dear moderators, please just ban his IP address or give me his email and I'll set a spam bot on it lol
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    (Original post by down with zionism)
    Poss rep in advance guys

    it's section 2, of the specimen, question 12

    if you can do it, then you're very smart in my books imo
    **** off.
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    It's not though, I know someone who got an A*AAAa offer this year, and that 'a' was AS further maths which he did in year 13, not year 12.
    -hmm- ...
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Yeah, I heard on the sixthformer account he had the pink female sign next to his name, but he didn't know what it meant

    And yeah, definitely him, coming out with dumbass questions about the BMAT.

    That username was one of them, but I there was another one too, can't remember atm.

    Dear moderators, please just ban his IP address or give me his email and I'll set a spam bot on it lol
    walaykumusalam...
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    (Original post by down with zionism)
    SUPER HARD bmat question

    on the site, specimen section 2

    question 12, on the maths one

    =/ how on earh do you approach it?
    C, the area of the triangle is 200 (0.5*20*20), area of the whole thing is 100pi (20*20*pi*0.25), then from that you can work out the area of that shaded bit, then put in a fraction it gives (100pi-200)/100pi, which cancels down to (pi-2)/pi
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    (Original post by down with zionism)
    walaykumusalam...
    Just because you're a muslim doesn't mean I have to act nicely, I'll treat you like the annoying ****er you are lol

    Edit: Can see how the above could be taken as racist (in some dumbass abstract form), but I'll just clarify that I am a muslim too, and sixthformer/DWZ knew this beforehand too.
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Just because you're a muslim doesn't mean I have to act nicely, I'll treat you like the annoying ****er you are lol
    typical,

    if i brought some roti, would you treat me nicely?
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    C, the area of the triangle is 200 (0.5*20*20), area of the whole thing is 100pi (20*20*pi*0.25), then from that you can work out the area of that shaded bit, then put in a fraction it gives (100pi-200)/100pi, which cancels down to (pi-2)/pi

    could always count on you

    you have, very, very good logical skills.
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    (Original post by down with zionism)
    typical,

    if i brought some roti, would you treat me nicely?
    :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    C, the area of the triangle is 200 (0.5*20*20), area of the whole thing is 100pi (20*20*pi*0.25), then from that you can work out the area of that shaded bit, then put in a fraction it gives (100pi-200)/100pi, which cancels down to (pi-2)/pi

    you see, when i looked at it, i was like...

    the area of the segment is 1/4 x pir^2

    the tirangle is half times base time height.

    -.- why don't i use logic?!

    once agian, i really do appreciate your help, may you go far.
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Just because you're a muslim doesn't mean I have to act nicely, I'll treat you like the annoying ****er you are lol

    Edit: Can see how the above could be taken as racist (in some dumbass abstract form), but I'll just clarify that I am a muslim too, and sixthformer/DWZ knew this beforehand too.

    please relax, i'm not here to cause any problems, i'm just here to get bmat help, and discuss.

    i never reported you, nor do i have any intentions, conversely, i pos repped you.

    let's stop this now/be friends
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    (Original post by Normandy114)
    C, the area of the triangle is 200 (0.5*20*20), area of the whole thing is 100pi (20*20*pi*0.25), then from that you can work out the area of that shaded bit, then put in a fraction it gives (100pi-200)/100pi, which cancels down to (pi-2)/pi

    Question 16

    could you attempt this please?
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    i got c , but it's A - why?
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    (Original post by down with zionism)
    please relax, i'm not here to cause any problems, i'm just here to get bmat help, and discuss.

    i never reported you, nor do i have any intentions, conversely, i pos repped you.

    let's stop this now/be friends
    But can't you see your actions? I thought you were just here, as a normal candidate, to seek some help, but this repetitive "Do Question 12 etc." is really cheap, you have a new question every second, and the world does not revolve around you, remember it. I agree with G here, you clearly can't see the effects of your actions, but really to be on the receiving end of one is absolute ridicule, coupled with the creation of back to back accounts.
 
 
 
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