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    will we be given a formula book in p1 and s1 exam?
    if so, is it the same as the one we used in m1 exam?

    thanx
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    Well, I do AQA, and its the same formula book for all their modules.
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    I do edexcel and yes you will get the same one..
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    i do edexcel as well,
    oh no,
    for me the book is useless in the p1 and s1 exams...
    i really hate to remember all those s1 formulas... :mad:
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    (Original post by sz72)
    i do edexcel as well,
    oh no,
    for me the book is useless in the p1 and s1 exams...
    i really hate to remember all those s1 formulas... :mad:
    I'm pretty sure loads of formulae are in the book eg Sxx and Sxy as well as how to calculate E(x) and Var(x) etc
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    (Original post by It'sPhil...)
    I'm pretty sure loads of formulae are in the book eg Sxx and Sxy as well as how to calculate E(x) and Var(x) etc
    yes, but it seems they are the only ones which relate to s1.
    i remember that book is full of stuffs that i dont really need for my exams...
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    Well AQA (presumably Edexcel as well) manufacture the booklet for every module they offer. So, for AQA, the book is for P1-6, M1-4, S1-4, D1-4. That's a lot of modules, so theres bound to be stuff you don't need.
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    (Original post by Mat666)
    Well AQA (presumably Edexcel as well) manufacture the booklet for every module they offer. So, for AQA, the book is for P1-6, M1-4, S1-4, D1-4. That's a lot of modules, so theres bound to be stuff you don't need.
    but there arent stuffs that i need!!
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    Equally, the exam boards insist you know some formulas off by heart, to be old fashioned and traditional, presumably....
 
 
 
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