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    'Aratati'' means prove that, ''determinati'' = find/find out.

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    Anyone speaks Romanian?
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    (Original post by M14B)
    Anyone speaks Romanian?
    I thought it'd be easy to figure out because of the maths part being universal? I posted this on a US forum and they said SAT level students would barely be able to do the easiest problems in it.
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    (Original post by Erebor)
    'Aratati'' means prove that, ''determinati'' = find/find out.

    Looks quite similar.
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    (Original post by Erebor)
    'Aratati'' means prove that, ''determinati'' = find/find out.
    Seems like it covers content from C1-4, FP1-3 but not in very much depth with some parts being slightly different to A-Level but it seems to lack any of the other modules that A-Level has M1-5, S1-4, etc...

    A good maths student should find the first and third section(?) fairly trivial although some of the terminology and symbols are different.
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    (Original post by Erebor)
    I thought it'd be easy to figure out because of the maths part being universal? I posted this on a US forum and they said SAT level students would barely be able to do the easiest problems in it.
    What do you mean 'SAT' level? The SAT is a college entrance exam, not sure how there's a level for this. It barely covers UK GCSE content.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Seems like it covers content from C1-4, FP1-3 but not in very much depth with some parts being slightly different to A-Level but it seems to lack any of the other modules that A-Level has M1-5, S1-4, etc...

    A good maths student should find the first and third section(?) fairly trivial although some of the terminology and symbols are different.
    I assume this is not the only paper they take.
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    (Original post by zetamcfc)
    I assume this is not the only paper they take.
    I think it is the only maths paper they take, the others will be sciences/computer science/whatever.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    I think it is the only maths paper they take, the others will be sciences/computer science/whatever.
    Ah ok, well if they have a Uni system like the US then it is understandable. Considering how easy the maths part of the SAT is.
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    (Original post by zetamcfc)
    Ah ok, well if they have a Uni system like the US then it is understandable. Considering how easy the maths part of the SAT is.
    Actually from what I understand, their education system is quite... different to the US and UK. From what I've heard, there's a system of you having to go to a "professional" or "vocational" school depending on your grades, I'm not entirely sure.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Actually from what I understand, their education system is quite... different to the US and UK. From what I've heard, you take exams and if you do well, you can go into a "professional school/uni" otherwise it's off to "vocational school/uni" to you with no choice excepting one resit. But I've likely muddled up the details so perhaps the OP can clarify if he/she feels inclined to.
    Well at Uni I find Eastern Europeans by far the most competent in rigor so what you say is probably true.
 
 
 
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