High Stakes
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Anyone got any tips to share?
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Anyone got any tips to share?
Do all the past papers and lots of questions from textbooks etc before the exams (but keep an eye on the past papers so you don't run out), look at where you lose the marks and fix any recurring problems. Make sure your "show that" answers have enough steps in them to get all the marks. Remember that lots of stuff is in the formula book so if you're stuck it's worth a look! Learn anything that isn't in the formula book.
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Don't do it. Pure Hell
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Past papers.

And don't do further maths
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Practice practice practice.

Do every question in the textbook if you really want to, then move onto your past papers then more complicated material online.

If you have the choice, choose the right applied module for you - mechanics / stats / decision. It's easier when it's more interesting.
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