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    We're nearly finished with M3, I was just flicking through the book and I realised that if I was to pick a question, apart from circular motion, I probably wouldn't be able to do it, even though at the time of doing a particular topic, I would be okay.
    How do I improve? It's just that we haven't been taught well, and have been going way too quickly.
    Do I start with looking over M2? I got 66% on that last year, despite getting over 90% on everything else including M1, so I guess I didn't revise enough.
    My goal is to become good at M3 by the end of term...
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    (Original post by vannson)
    We're nearly finished with M3, I was just flicking through the book and I realised that if I was to pick a question, apart from circular motion, I probably wouldn't be able to do it, even though at the time of doing a particular topic, I would be okay.
    How do I improve? It's just that we haven't been taught well, and have been going way too quickly.
    Do I start with looking over M2? I got 66% on that last year, despite getting over 90% on everything else including M1, so I guess I didn't revise enough.
    My goal is to become good at M3 by the end of term...
    maybe you understood the topics superficially
    Do questions with worked out solutions
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    ive just finished doing m3 from the book and they best way to improve is just to do past papers looking at the mark scheme for hints if you need
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    (Original post by vannson)
    We're nearly finished with M3, I was just flicking through the book and I realised that if I was to pick a question, apart from circular motion, I probably wouldn't be able to do it, even though at the time of doing a particular topic, I would be okay.
    How do I improve? It's just that we haven't been taught well, and have been going way too quickly.
    Do I start with looking over M2? I got 66% on that last year, despite getting over 90% on everything else including M1, so I guess I didn't revise enough.
    My goal is to become good at M3 by the end of term...
    only one solution to mechanics and pure - practice. do all the exercises in the book if you really struggle.
 
 
 
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