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    Insight to students UMS Maths grade and how modules differ from eachother.

    Please post your grades
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    C1-96
    C2-90
    S1-84

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    Not really an excuse, but I mention it to make myself feel better :lol: Year 11 and self taught completely.

    C1: 96
    C2: 85
    C3: 83
    C4: 93
    M1: 85
    S1: 95

    Then something clicked...

    Year 12:
    C3: 100 (resit)

    Hopefully get 100s in the modules this year, or above 95 minimum
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    C1 98 (year 10)
    C2 100 (year 11)
    M1 100 (year 11)

    Taking C3, C4, M2, M3, D1, FP1, FP2, FP3, FP4 this year :eek: entirely self taught by the way.


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    (Original post by chapmaed)
    C1 98 (year 10)
    C2 100 (year 11)
    M1 100 (year 11)

    Taking C3, C4, M2, M3, D1, FP1, FP2, FP3, FP4 this year :eek: entirely self taught by the way.


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    Exact same scores as me!

    C1 - 98
    C2 - 100
    C3 - 95 (oops )
    C4 - 100
    M1 -100
    M2 - 100
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    Exact same scores as me!

    C1 - 98
    C2 - 100
    C3 - 95 (oops )
    C4 - 100
    M1 -100
    M2 - 100
    Ahaha, must be magic
    Are you taking further? And is it AQA?


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    (Original post by chapmaed)
    Ahaha, must be magic
    Are you taking further? And is it AQA?


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    Took it last year, I'm at uni now
    Nah Edexcel

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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    Exact same scores as me!

    C1 - 98
    C2 - 100
    C3 - 95 (oops )
    C4 - 100
    M1 -100
    M2 - 100
    Easiest to hardest?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Not really an excuse, but I mention it to make myself feel better :lol: Year 11 and self taught completely.

    C1: 96
    C2: 85
    C3: 83
    C4: 93
    M1: 85
    S1: 95

    Then something clicked...

    Year 12:
    C3: 100 (resit)

    Hopefully get 100s in the modules this year, or above 95 minimum
    Rand hardest to easiest?
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    (Original post by schindlers list)
    Easiest to hardest?
    In my opinion

    C2 C1 M1 C4 C3 M2

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    (Original post by schindlers list)
    Rand hardest to easiest?
    Hardest...

    C2
    Easiest,funnily enough C3
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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    In my opinion

    C2 C1 M1 C4 C3 M2

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    C2 easier than C1? How?
    And what are you doing at Uni?
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    (Original post by schindlers list)
    C2 easier than C1? How?
    And what are you doing at Uni?
    C1 is everyone's first exposure to A Level Maths, for some it may take awhile to get to grips with, hence a lot of people may not do as well as they could in January C1 and go on to do a lot better resitting in the summer. After doing C1 for half a year, C2 is easier to get into the swing of, since difficulty wise they're pretty much on par but you get the luxury of a calculator for C2.

    Economics.

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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    C1 is everyone's first exposure to A Level Maths, for some it may take awhile to get to grips with, hence a lot of people may not do as well as they could in January C1 and go on to do a lot better resitting in the summer. After doing C1 for half a year, C2 is easier to get into the swing of, since difficulty wise they're pretty much on par but you get the luxury of a calculator for C2.

    Economics.

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    Yeah lol I see you did C1 in Jan
    They've taken out january exam so all exams are to be done in May/June
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    (Original post by schindlers list)
    Yeah lol I see you did C1 in Jan
    They've taken out january exam so all exams are to be done in May/June
    Yh I know but my point is transition from C1 to C2 is easier than GCSE to C1 for most.

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    I can't fully remember what I got but I got 84/100 in C2 and then 60-70 in C1 and D1 lol
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    You guys seem to do better if you self-teach (and do it before year 12 lol)

    I'm a bit more normal and don't do further, year 13 now. Last year I got:

    S1 - 94
    C1 - 95
    C2 - 99

    (thx to everyone who complained about the C2 exam, grade boundaries went down )
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    So far AS:

    C1: 96
    C2: 100
    M1: 94

    FP1: 46 (Lol, what a disaster...)
    S1: 94
    S2: 100
 
 
 

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