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    just wondering?
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    i do...
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    same, i find it largely ok but relative velocities always screws with my head.
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    just sums it up. ch2 3 4 and 5 have nothin hard in them like just tricky in stages. ch1 complete weirdness
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    i didn't dare venture past m3
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    I do. As well as Mechanics 5 and 6.
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    As do I, including M5 & M6.

    Yannis, how did you find the M5 exam this morning? I thought it was quite nice for an M5 (which means lower UMS ) and the variable mass question was handed to you!

    Relative velocities you really have to get your head round, the rest isnt so bad, although the stability questions can be nasty.
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    I can't do the variable velocity ones... + when i learnt them originally they were all as clear as.. but upon revising it's soo much harder! oh i had to teach myself m3, and m4!
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    (Original post by ogs)
    oh i had to teach myself m3, and m4!
    I learned M3 on my own, with some occasional help from a great teacher. I also plan to teach myself M4, and hopefully some M5, during the summer and sit for M4 (and, if I can, M5!) in Jan05.
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    oh edexcel ppl again

    how do edexcel and ocr mechanics compare?

    ocr only goes up to m4
 
 
 
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