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    Hey,
    Which is harder, S1 or D2?
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    (Original post by Transformer_747)
    Hey,
    Which is harder, S1 or D2?
    Most people find D2 a lot harder - considering it's an A2 module.

    I found them both piss easy, so I'd have to say the A2 module is "harder" xD
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    D2 looks like a lot of work, i have only done S1 and that is really easy, honestly if you do every past paper you're real exam will be 0 effort.
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    (Original post by Transformer_747)
    Hey,
    Which is harder, S1 or D2?
    They are both easy. D2 is just annoying cause you have to do a lot of tables and graphs so I preferred S1. Also, I personally think that it is a lot easier to go wrong in D2 as you get asked to fill in a table ( dynamic programming questions ) which would be worth 12 marks which puts you down to a B if you get it wrong so there is a bit more pressure. Honestly if you just study hard and do a lot of past papers, they aren't difficult exams


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