Aslevel maths in 3days!

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Finishing alevel maths in three days C1, C2 and S1. Is it possible?
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Are You havin a laugh
AS Maths is the hardest a level
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Given that you got A-A* at gcse maths then C1 and C2 should be very easy. S1 is slightly different, a lot of stuff from gcse maths but some new stuff like Conditional probability / combinations and pemutations which I found confusing at first.

You could probably do C1&C2 in three days .. but not all three
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Are You havin a laugh
AS Maths is the hardest a level
Lol really?
I thought it would be further maths or physics i certainly find them harder
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If you worked almost non stop probably but it is an unnecessary stunt imo
C1 can be done in a day though, as can c2
I haven't done s1 yet but probably also easy


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(Original post by Patrick Gekko)
If you worked almost non stop probably but it is an unnecessary stunt imo
C1 can be done in a day though, as can c2
I haven't done s1 yet but probably also easy


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I'm doing S1 now and it is alright
it is not easy like core 1
especially learning the formulas
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You are learning them all from scratch in three days? Why? If you do get through it all I highly doubt it'll be thorough enough.
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Yeah if you want an E.
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Obviously not
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Yeah if you want an E.
That doesnt make sense
Youd be going through every question..
Plus you could then go over the book another 3-4 times quicker :cool:
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Not possible. Quickest I could see anyone doing it is one month.
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Why do you need to do it in 3 days???
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Why do you need to do it in 3 days???
want to get it out the way of my other alevels
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3 days hell no!
maths is about consistent practice throughout the year and doing millions of papers.
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You have a good few months. Maths isn't something you get out the way, it's not as easy as that. Further maths pupils take around a week-month to finish a module of learning and that's like the crazy super smart Chinese boarders in my sch who have already learnt most of the course.
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Possible if you're already a capable mathematician- C1 and C2 is doable in 3 days but S1 is less ability to understand and more just churning through stuff.
But why bother doing it that way...? C1 and C2 provide the foundation for C3 C4 (and FP2/3 if you're gonna do them) you should take some time to fully grasp them- even if you can do the test papers


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Unless your IQ is 150> then it'll take at least a month to do C1 to understand all concepts thoroughly enough, what are your other A-levels.


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No way. Even with a further maths GCSE/free standing, there's a lot of new concepts which need to be learned, and if you overlook them now you might scrape through exams (although you would have to do some SERIOUS revision which would be more like learning), you would fail miserably at A2 maths.
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(Original post by Major Wilson)
Unless your IQ is 150> then it'll take at least a month to do C1 to understand all concepts thoroughly enough, what are your other A-levels.


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