I have always hated maths but never been that bad at it. I almost always get an A in the non-calc and B in the calc, usually a B overall. Do you guys have any tips for the calculator paper? I would really like to get a B overall and I still have a good 4 weeks before my calculator exam.
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- 21-05-2016 13:02
- 21-05-2016 13:09
In the calculator paper, I believe the focus is more on the big questions that require you to apply techniques, whereas in the non-calc, there is more of a focus on your calculations etc.
Probably try and make sure that you really understand each of the topics properly, such as trigonometry, circle theorems, vectors etc. In lots of the big questions, you are required to combine multiple topics together so do lots of past papers so you can get used to doing this and improve this in time for the exam