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i will need to learn all of maths within 3 months. should i take furthur maths?? i got C on gcse and im bright.
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What's your A-level maths like?
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If your math skills are anything like your English then no.
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Obvious troll is obvious
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If you got a C, probably not

No offense, but if you can't deal with the GCSE problems, FM will be a huge step up

How is your mathematical skill, and are you normally good at solving problems?

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If you had a C at GCSE I wouldn't even recommend regular A-Level maths.
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(Original post by WinstonO'Brien)
Obvious troll is obvious
Despite this people will still fail to pick up on it and give serious answers to him.
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i will need to learn all of maths within 3 months. should i take furthur maths?? i got C on gcse and im bright.
Try a level pure mathematics first. If you can't cope with it then don't do further math.
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(Original post by joeymr)
What's your A-level maths like?
its OK.


(Original post by kkboyk)
Try a level pure mathematics first. If you can't cope with it then don't do further math.
thanks ill try it first


(Original post by justanotherposter)
Despite this people will still fail to pick up on it and give serious answers to him.
im just a researcher not a troll. idiot.


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If you got a C, probably not

No offense, but if you can't deal with the GCSE problems, FM will be a huge step up

How is your mathematical skill, and are you normally good at solving problems?

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i love solving problems
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its OK.
If you want to get a good grade in FM, the A-level maths stuff needs to be second nature really. I would therefore advise against doing FM unless you are hitting A grades in regular maths
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If you want to get a good grade in FM, the A-level maths stuff needs to be second nature really. I would therefore advise against doing FM unless you are hitting A grades in regular maths
Im going to sit home 8 hours a day doing it for like 3-4 months is that enough? maybe ur right, ill need to rethink it
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Im going to sit home 8 hours a day doing it for like 3-4 months is that enough? maybe ur right, ill need to rethink it
As I said, the A level stuff needs to be up to scratch, as a lot of the stuff in further maths requires you to be able to do things such as integration, differentiation, trig identities etc. If you feel comfortable applying all of the A-level stuff then by all means give FM a go and see how you get on with it

Btw is revising 8 hours a day for 3-4 months realistic? You're only human not superman
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(Original post by joeymr)
As I said, the A level stuff needs to be up to scratch, as a lot of the stuff in further maths requires you to be able to do things such as integration, differentiation, trig identities etc. If you feel comfortable applying all of the A-level stuff then by all means give FM a go and see how you get on with it

Btw is revising 8 hours a day for 3-4 months realistic? You're only human not superman
yes its realistic,

we have 24 hours a day.

6 hours sleep,

thats 18 hours left

lot of time.
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yes its realistic,

we have 24 hours a day.

6 hours sleep,

thats 18 hours left

lot of time.
You're not going to be able to do an awful lot of advanced A-level maths on 6 hours of sleep...
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You're not going to be able to do an awful lot of advanced A-level maths on 6 hours of sleep...
thats my average sleeping time.

margarat thatcher got away with 4 hours sleep a day.
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Take basic English
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(Original post by Shadow-X)
yes its realistic,

we have 24 hours a day.

6 hours sleep,

thats 18 hours left

lot of time.
Do you not plan on going to school in this time?

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Take basic English
Do not mock or disrespect me. My English is perfectly fine. I can type with full grammar. However, on a public forum "Student Room" I do not type properly. So do not make these assumptions please.


(Original post by majmuh24)
Do you not plan on going to school in this time?

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im doing private study.
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Simple as this...
No.
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(Original post by Shadow-X)
thats my average sleeping time.

margarat thatcher got away with 4 hours sleep a day.
An elderly woman running a country on four hours sleep a night? I think not.
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