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    Well, just did P2 followed by P4, and didn't enjoy P4 at all...(P2 was nice and easy)

    Maybe it's cuz i've only had one lesson a week to learn it all in and revision wasn't the best? anyone else find it hard?

    good thing I dont need a very good mark to get an A!
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    some else! yes thats what i did! P2 for me was for my maths a-level and i thought it was the most glorious of glorious papers!...and then i looked at the P4 paper (which is for my AS-level further maths)...i also only had one lesson per week, and that was kinda disorganised, but i couldnt even understand most of the questions, let alone answer them! It was disgusting!
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    I done p2 then p4, first i wanted to do the p4 exam first coz i knew it was gona be harder, so i could get it over and done with, but teachers said i couldnt have a breakin between if i did so i done p2 then p4.


    p2 was ok

    p4 was ok but 1 or 2 questions at first looked crayzeeee, but then i looked at it with time and they werent so bad


    like the one about solving y^3 - 15 = 0 or something like that.
    i just figured out the answer on the part before then used the answer they gave me to find some sort of method, it worked ok.

    and

    tan^-1 of e^t

    used chain rule and definitions of than and cosh and so on.... got me half the way but then in the latter parts i jus got confused so had to blag an answer,

    only need 60% to get A so not so bad
 
 
 
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