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    How long should it take me to complete M1?
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    How long should it take me to complete M1?
    Have you started it yet? If that's a yes, where are you up to?
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    Have you started it yet? If that's a yes, where are you up to?
    Ive only completed 1/6 chapters (Chapter 5 moments)
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    4 hours should be plenty
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    Sorry no that would be overkill. 2 hours should suffice
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    Ive only completed 1/6 chapters (Chapter 5 moments)
    Well you could finish it in a few days if you're able to focus purely on M1. However, I think it would be better to spread it out and give you time to make links between the chapters. Rapid, compact and disjointed learning won't be any good to you.
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    Well you could finish it in a few days if you're able to focus purely on M1. However, I think it would be better to spread it out and give you time to make links between the chapters. Rapid, compact and disjointed learning won't be any good to you.
    Yes, I have other modules of maths to learn too including S1 C2 FP1. But M1 is the most difficult.
 
 
 
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