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    Hey tsr,

    i am thinking of doing m1-m5 next year but my school only offers support until m2. How hard is it to teach m3,m4,m5? Are they significantly harder which would be too hard to self teach? If so, how do people do it since very schools actually offer m4,m5.

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    Rip extricated.....ur gnna do m1-m5 for maths and f maths???!!!

    Peak for u -ve....

    Shuaib+mechanics=no ums
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    (Original post by rahul.s)
    rip extricated.....ur gnna do m1-m5 for maths and f maths???!!!

    Peak for u -ve....

    Shuaib+mechanics=no ums
    fffffffsss dont bait my name out on tsr..before i bait your haircut out :e
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    fffffffsss dont bait my name out on tsr..before i bait your haircut out :e
    EH?!
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    m4 and m5 are pretty difficult it'd be a bad idea to self teach them. some nasty m4 and m5 questions approach STEP level.
 
 
 

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