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    Hi so I'm currently revising for my UKCAT, just going over some GCSE maths skills to help me with the QR section and I was wondering whether I needed to learn the formulas for the area of a cylinder, sphere (the complicated 3D shapes) which would have usually been given to you in GCSE. Would I need to learn them? Also any tips on time management for QR and VR? And what are the main things I should revise for QR?

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    Hi so I'm currently revising for my UKCAT, just going over some GCSE maths skills to help me with the QR section and I was wondering whether I needed to learn the formulas for the area of a cylinder, sphere (the complicated 3D shapes) which would have usually been given to you in GCSE. Would I need to learn them? Also any tips on time management for QR and VR? And what are the main things I should revise for QR?

    Any help would be appreciated!
    What do you mean 'learn' the formula for the area of a cylinder?
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    As in learn it off by heart?
 
 
 

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