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    i have requested for a separate maths subforum to be setup within this one....theres so many people doing maths that for those of us who don't do it, it makes it a little difficult sifting through all these p1/p3/integration threads to get to what we want. wouldn't it also be easier for those people looking for specific maths help if they had their own forum?

    anyone else think its a good idea? my request is being passed onto d apparantly.
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    yep!!!!

    definetly!!!!
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    Yeah it's a good idea. However if a sub-forum for maths got opened, people may start complaining about not having one for another subject etc? There's alot of maths questions as the maths exams are this week.

    Just my opinion
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    (Original post by DazzaWazza)
    Yeah it's a good idea. However if a sub-forum for maths got opened, people may start complaining about not having one for another subject etc? There's alot of maths questions as the maths exams are this week.

    Just my opinion
    agreed.....although it is a good idea, the maths questions may die out in about 3 weeks (P2 and M2 still left), so just hold on a little longer all you non-mathmeticians
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    (Original post by DazzaWazza)
    Yeah it's a good idea. However if a sub-forum for maths got opened, people may start complaining about not having one for another subject etc? There's alot of maths questions as the maths exams are this week.

    Just my opinion
    Perhaps, but there have always been a fair few maths questions flying around this forum. If we had a subforum purely for integration questions, it would still get quite a lot of use. Besides, maths (and some other science) questions are easiest to answer online. Help with history homework would probably mean writing essays, and no one's going to do all that work for someone else.
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    (Original post by priya)
    i have requested for a separate maths subforum to be setup within this one....theres so many people doing maths that for those of us who don't do it, it makes it a little difficult sifting through all these p1/p3/integration threads to get to what we want. wouldn't it also be easier for those people looking for specific maths help if they had their own forum?

    anyone else think its a good idea? my request is being passed onto d apparantly.
    definetely, great idea
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    Thats an excellent idea. It would organsie this part of the site very well. And also I think it would be better if there was a sub-forum within that sub-forum, for GCSE/A/s Alvel etc.
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    Any more subforums and UKL will be so complex that people will get lost and hungry and resort to cannibalism. Okay not really, but I think if you get too specific with subforums, people only go in them to post problems and not help with problems and so it might end up stagnant. Perhaps anyway.
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    (Original post by jamal1425)
    Thats an excellent idea. It would organsie this part of the site very well. And also I think it would be better if there was a sub-forum within that sub-forum, for GCSE/A/s Alvel etc.
    Bad idea, many of the GCSE students who get help get it from us A level students. If you gave them a GCSE subforum hardly any A level mathmaticians would visit it.

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    (Original post by musicboy)
    Bad idea, many of the GCSE students who get help get it from us A level students. If you gave them a GCSE subforum hardly any A level mathmaticians would visit it.

    MB
    True. Good point. I don't have a counter! :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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