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    I'm having a lot of trouble with C4, but I'm pretty okay with the rest of the modules (I'm so so with C3 and M1 though)

    I really want an A for Maths, how would you suggest improving?
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    Is a month enough time to turn it around? I'm pretty much around a C-D grade in C4 right now... it's really worrying me.
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    (Original post by amelienine)
    I'm having a lot of trouble with C4, but I'm pretty okay with the rest of the modules (I'm so so with C3 and M1 though)

    I really want an A for Maths, how would you suggest improving?
    Lots of practice; making sure you understand the content well and asking questions on TSR/to your teachers when you hit a snag so as to gain full understanding. Lots of practice. And, uhm, practice.

    I'm not sure how feasible turning a C-D into an A in a months time is, it really depends on you as a person and I'm not equipped to make a judgement on that, but if you put in the hard work, what I can do is guarantee an improvement.
 
 
 
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