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    Edexcel seems to be very popular, but MEI, not so much. Why? Just curious.
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    (Original post by Magenta96)
    Edexcel seems to be very popular, but MEI, not so much. Why? Just curious.
    MEI is often considered to be very challenging and a bit bizarre
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    (Original post by joostan)
    MEI is often considered to be very challenging and a bit bizarre
    ah right, it's the exam board I'm with
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    (Original post by joostan)
    MEI is often considered to be very challenging and a bit bizarre

    How so, what about it is challenging/bizarre out of interest?

    i've had a look through past papers for corresponding units from the regular OCR board, it's all the same content just a different layout. Maybe exam boards ouside of these 2 are different...
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    (Original post by monkeyvonban)
    How so, what about it is challenging/bizarre out of interest?

    i've had a look through past papers for corresponding units from the regular OCR board, it's all the same content just a different layout. Maybe exam boards ouside of these 2 are different...
    No, the content in MEI is slightly different, particularly their further pure. The module names are also a bit odd and the manner in which the questions apply what you know is a little bit more challenging.
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    (Original post by Magenta96)
    ah right, it's the exam board I'm with
    Fair enough I wish you well with that
 
 
 
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