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AEA Prep Thread - 25th June 2015 (Edexcel) Watch

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    in the special paper z question 3 do we take the positive root
    you take the correct root
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    is it sqrt((x+1)/2) -sqrt((x-1)/2) or vice versa
    btw I really liked this question, challenging but fun
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    Whats the distinction cutoff?


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    you take the correct root
    is it sqrt((x+1)/2) -sqrt((x-1)/2) or vice versa
    btw I really liked this question, challenging but fun
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    Whats the distinction cutoff?


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    I think it is 70
    I posted the boundaries in another thread
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    is it sqrt((x+1)/2) -sqrt((x-1)/2) or vice versa
    btw I really liked this question, challenging but fun
    very good
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    in the special paper z question 3 do we take the positive root
    yes
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    yes
    just got my results and I am indebted to you for your hard work on your website, it's really helped me get these grades
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    just got my results and I am indebted to you for your hard work on your website, it's really helped me get these grades
    I am pleased to hear that my work helped people.
    All the best!
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    Whoo I meed AEA for my insurance. Some of the AEA questions can be tough. We will all get through it though!


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    Did you meeet your Cambridge offer
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    Did you meeet your Cambridge offer
    Na. Got 1,1,3 in step I,II,III respectively. Got Distinction in AEA and


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    Na. Got 1,1,3 in step I,II,III respectively. Got Distinction in AEA and


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    how did you prepare for step, they're really good scores
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    how did you prepare for step, they're really good scores
    How do you approach inequalities, I feel like its just experimenting to find the right polynomial
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    How do you approach inequalities, I feel like its just experimenting to find the right polynomial
    linear inequalities?

    very easy ....
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    how did you prepare for step, they're really good scores
    Just did papers. I thought my scores were terrible tbh...


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    linear inequalities?

    very easy ....
    Na like am gm and Cauchy schwarz
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    Just did papers. I thought my scores were terrible tbh...


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    I'm going up to L6, would you recommend I revise for maths challenges and BMO or step now....

    many thanks
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    I'm going up to L6, would you recommend I revise for maths challenges and BMO or step now....

    many thanks
    What content have you covered, module wise?


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    What content have you covered, module wise?


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    c1-c4 m1 s1 d1 fp1 and on fp2
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    c1-c4 m1 s1 d1 fp1 and on fp2
    I would do FP3 and applied modules. Either all mechanics or all stats.
    Then start step II/III Work on STEP I for now.


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