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Edexcel Core 3 - 21st June 2016 AM watch

1. MODEL ANSWERS BY kprime2
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4180932

Specification and Formula Booklet:
Specification
Formula Booklet

Revision material
Examsolutions:
Video Tutorials
Video Solutions to Past Papers

m4ths (ukmathsteacher on YouTube)
m4ths

Video tutorials and solutions to Solomon Papers
Hegarty Maths

Various C3 revision material (notes/worksheets/solution bank etc) :
Various C3 revision material
More C3 revision material

Worksheets
I.Y.G.B. Practice Papers

Past papers/practice papers
Edexcel papers
Edexcel Bronze/silver/Gold papers
Edexcel Practice Papers
Solomon Papers
Elmwood Papers
I.Y.G.B. Practice Papers
AEA Papers (C3 AND C4 QUESTIONS AIMED AT THE TOP 10%)
Crashmaths ( by kingaaran )
2. (Original post by NotNotBatman)
As I am explicitly mentioned I endorse this thread
3. If anybody needs any urgent help, feel free to tag me and I'll respond as soon as I can.
4. I've made a C4 exam thread over here:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...289&p=62268443

Feel free to drop me a PM or a tag if anyone needs any help with C3, I sat the exam last year
5. (Original post by Zacken)
If anybody needs any urgent help, feel free to tag me and I'll respond as soon as I can.
Hello, please if you can help with the attached question. Thank you ever so much.
6. (Original post by hannahzoe)
Hello, please if you can help with the attached question. Thank you ever so much.
Your answer is correct, all the book has done is simply taken out a factor of (1+3x)^4.

So .

Can you see what I'm getting at? Each term has a factor of , the first term is that multiplied by 15x and the last is that times (1+3x).
7. (Original post by hannahzoe)
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Pretty handwriting, by the way.
8. Subbing
9. subbing
10. Why is this thread so much more dead than the C4 one?
11. (Original post by BBeyond)
Why is this thread so much more dead than the C4 one?
More people are learning C4 atm and the OP isn't as lazy.
12. (Original post by BBeyond)
Why is this thread so much more dead than the C4 one?
Tbh though, I think a lot of people find c3 easier than c4
13. (Original post by Zacken)
Your answer is correct, all the book has done is simply taken out a factor of (1+3x)^4.

So .

Can you see what I'm getting at? Each term has a factor of , the first term is that multiplied by 15x and the last is that times (1+3x).
thankyou for the explanation
14. Checking in.
15. Absolutely dreading this exam the most.
16. (Original post by Beat)
Absolutely dreading this exam the most.
Why?
What are your other exams?
17. Looking forward to this exam💪
18. (Original post by NotNotBatman)
Why?
What are your other exams?
Psychology and English. C4 is alright as is D1, but C3 is just a no no.
19. How much revision has everyone been doing for C3? Personally I'm absolutely terrified and I don't know how I'm going to achieve 90UMS 😓😫

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20. (Original post by Don Joiner)
How much revision has everyone been doing for C3? Personally I'm absolutely terrified and I don't know how I'm going to achieve 90UMS 😓😫

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You can do it just practice as much as you can. What's stopping you from getting 90+ at the moment?

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