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    Hey I studied phyic as level last year
    But I'm I do programming in my spare time
    Which module shud I do
    I only have couple months
    Which one is going to be easier to get the best marks
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    (Original post by Imrankhan0121)
    Hey I studied phyic as level last year
    But I'm I do programming in my spare time
    Which module shud I do
    I only have couple months
    Which one is going to be easier to get the best marks
    D1 is 'easier' but if you have a good grounding in mechanics m1 is very simple.
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    (Original post by zetamcfc)
    D1 is 'easier' but if you have a good grounding in mechanics m1 is very simple.
    In terms in exam is d1 easier
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    (Original post by Imrankhan0121)
    In terms in exam is d1 easier
    Depends on the person. I got 100 on M1 and 70 on D1 but some of my friends had the reverse, just depends how you think, but if you've never seen the topics before D1 is easier.
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    If you did physics last year, M1 should be a doddle!
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    I'm typing this as I'm revising for a D1 mock, I find very easy. If you program, it means you like algorithms and D1 is exactly that.
    Have you done S1/S2? I find it similar in a way, both rely on notation and sequence logic a lot.
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    (Original post by Imrankhan0121)
    Hey I studied phyic as level last year
    But I'm I do programming in my spare time
    Which module shud I do
    I only have couple months
    Which one is going to be easier to get the best marks
    m1's more fun but harder lol
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    Also i have a graphical calculator which so which exam can i use the calculator the most
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    (Original post by pecora)
    I'm typing this as I'm revising for a D1 mock, I find very easy. If you program, it means you like algorithms and D1 is exactly that.
    Have you done S1/S2? I find it similar in a way, both rely on notation and sequence logic a lot.
    i did s1 and i got a c and it was boring

    I d
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    (Original post by Imrankhan0121)
    Also i have a graphical calculator which so which exam can i use the calculator the most
    In D1, you only really use a calculator to plug in numbers and compute.

    In M1, it is very much the same thing, but just more involved.

    I don't think a graphical calculator will give you an advantage in any of these two modules.
 
 
 
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