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    I've put myself into a **** situation.
    Im doing AS maths/further maths and am doing C2/FP1/S1/D1(further maths)/NM(further maths) as my modules. I already did C1 in jan and got 97 UMS, did FP1 yesterday and reckon i'll get 95+ UMS and have NM/C2/S1/D1 in the following week(s).
    I don't think im doing well in both NM/S1, maybe Cs in both if anything.
    If I get myself 95+ UMS in C2, then with my C1 score what can I roughly get in S1 to still have an A in AS maths? Same for FM, if I get 95+ UMS in FP1, and maybe 80-ish UMS in D1 how much can I rouughly get in NM?

    Cheers im on MEI
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    I wouldn't focus on the "what ifs". Just get off TSR and focus on the areas of S1/NM that you're shaky with. If you got 97 in C1, and think that you aced the C2 exam, then you are more than capable of doing well in the other modules. You still have time! Good luck
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    Youve done well so far, just start studying now!
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    (Original post by TheStudent.)
    I wouldn't focus on the "what ifs". Just get off TSR and focus on the areas of S1/NM that you're shaky with. If you got 97 in C1, and think that you aced the C2 exam, then you are more than capable of doing well in the other modules. You still have time! Good luck
    I got the NM on friday so little I can do, but S1 is on the 24th of May. I dont know **** about probability
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    I got the NM on friday so little I can do, but S1 is on the 24th of May. I dont know **** about probability
    Its Tuesday! If I were you I'd do all the past papers over and over and over again (starting from now, get off TSR ) until friday. Oce you've sat the NM exam, you can get up to speed on probability... revision classes / online vids / textbook questions. You still have time! I think its the nerves talking.
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    (Original post by TheStudent.)
    Its Tuesday! If I were you I'd do all the past papers over and over and over again (starting from now, get off TSR ) until friday. Oce you've sat the NM exam, you can get up to speed on probability... revision classes / online vids / textbook questions. You still have time! I think its the nerves talking.
    What'd you mean? NM (numerical methods) is on friday and S1 is on the 24th (next friday).
    Yeah im defo gonna do that cheers! From the 17th all I have is Chemistry unit 2/S1/D1 so a while to do it.
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    What'd you mean? NM (numerical methods) is on friday and S1 is on the 24th (next friday).
    Yeah im defo gonna do that cheers! From the 17th all I have is Chemistry unit 2/S1/D1 so a while to do it.
    Ohh. Focus on this Fridays exam so do all the past papers for NM from now (literally now! ) until you have to sit it. Good luck with it
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    Ohh. Focus on this Fridays exam so do all the past papers for NM from now (literally now! ) until you have to sit it. Good luck with it
    Alright, do you have any experience with S1/D1/CHEM2?
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    Alright, do you have any experience with S1/D1/CHEM2?
    Not a clue, but chem 2 yeah. Which exam board are you with?
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    (Original post by TheStudent.)
    Not a clue, but chem 2 yeah. Which exam board are you with?
    AQA, i need roughly 72/100 for an A overall in chemistry!
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    AQA, i need roughly 72/100 for an A overall in chemistry!
    Ah I'm with OCR salters. So a low B?
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    (Original post by UKBrah)
    I've put myself into a **** situation.
    Im doing AS maths/further maths and am doing C2/FP1/S1/D1(further maths)/NM(further maths) as my modules. I already did C1 in jan and got 97 UMS, did FP1 yesterday and reckon i'll get 95+ UMS and have NM/C2/S1/D1 in the following week(s).
    I don't think im doing well in both NM/S1, maybe Cs in both if anything.
    If I get myself 95+ UMS in C2, then with my C1 score what can I roughly get in S1 to still have an A in AS maths? Same for FM, if I get 95+ UMS in FP1, and maybe 80-ish UMS in D1 how much can I rouughly get in NM?

    Cheers im on MEI
    You should really try and aim for 100

    And bear in mind you can redeem yourself next year by acing C3 and 4 and the additional module!

    You need to get 240 to get an A so need 145 so if you get say 90 in C1 you can scrape an A with only 55 though don't get complacent brah!
 
 
 
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