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Advice on the mechanics modules (above m2). Am I crazy? Is it worth it? Watch

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    I am considering the idea of sitting as many mechanic modules as possible next January. Most of my peers think that I am crazy because of it but I was wondering whether you guys think that it is doable... Also, how much harder is self teaching yourself m3,4,5 than say C4 or C3? Any advice on how useful these modules are towards apply to mathematics and/ physics at a good university would be much appreciated and any information on useful books or resources would also be very nice : )
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    No Jan modules sorry
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    With all exams in summer, i personally see it as a waste of time / effort

    Unis dont really care thaaat much about the modules you do since its usually beyond your control of choice.
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    nah dont do that mate, no point.
    Are you saying u want to do C1-4 M1 M2 then M345 for the lols?

    I self taught M3 and tbh it wasnt easy... especially the first part of the last chapter which took extreme will power to figure out... so only do that and above if you are confident in your ability
 
 
 
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