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    I don't have a lot of time so preferably three weeks for either one. Do you think it's possible?
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    Bump. I need an urgent answer please.


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    I personally would not be able to cover all of M1 in three weeks but I think it depends if you're a quick learner which I am not


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    I don't know about M1 as I haven't done it but you should be able to cover D1- it's pretty easy really and not that much to learn. The main challenge is not dying of boredom.
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    From what my teachers have said (they've been teaching for 10+ years and are amazing) D1 is pretty damn easy. My teacher said an ex-student learned it in like a day. I've personally not done D1 but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of content, especially difficult content it just doesn't sound that interesting. M1 is very interesting, I really enjoyed it but found it very difficult at first so I wouldn't recommend doing that in a few weeks.
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    D1 you could do in a week or less
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    (Original post by Hicko)
    D1 you could do in a week or less
    On top of my other subjects, how many hours a day?


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    (Original post by TVIO)
    From what my teachers have said (they've been teaching for 10+ years and are amazing) D1 is pretty damn easy. My teacher said an ex-student learned it in like a day. I've personally not done D1 but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of content, especially difficult content it just doesn't sound that interesting. M1 is very interesting, I really enjoyed it but found it very difficult at first so I wouldn't recommend doing that in a few weeks.
    Is m1 and d1 possible in March and April? Kind of doubtful seeing as M1 is quite difficult like you said


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    (Original post by oneabdi)
    Is m1 and d1 possible in March and April? Kind of doubtful seeing as M1 is quite difficult like you said


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    If you mean between now and then, absolutely. If you mean starting in March and ending in April (so 1 month?) I'd say it's very tough but you could do it if you were very dedicated.
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    (Original post by TVIO)
    If you mean between now and then, absolutely. If you mean starting in March and ending in April (so 1 month?) I'd say it's very tough but you could do it if you were very dedicated.
    Starting in March and ending at the start of April so two months?
    I dunno if I'll have enough time for exam practice
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    (Original post by oneabdi)
    Starting in March and ending at the start of April so two months?
    I dunno if I'll have enough time for exam practice
    You *could* do it in that time, but you've surely got other things to be doing as well? Wouldn't really recommend it but it's possible.
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    (Original post by TVIO)
    You *could* do it in that time, but you've surely got other things to be doing as well? Wouldn't really recommend it but it's possible.
    Sorry I meant at the ending at the start of May. But yeah I have no toher choice but to try, so thanks for the answers!
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    D1 is ridiculously easy, then again m1 is pretty easy to self teach if you do physics already
 
 
 
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