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    I got about 55 marks on paper one and aiming for about 70 on paper two to have a secure B grade. I just can't grasp the Sine and Cosine Rule, Algebraic proofs, and some other high A/A* stuff although I can do some topics.

    I am secure with all of the B,C and D topics and trying to learn new topics is just stressing me out too much. Do you guys think I have enough knowledge to gain 70 marks on paper two without high A/A* topics?
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    I got about 55 marks on paper one and aiming for about 70 on paper two to have a secure B grade. I just can't grasp the Sine and Cosine Rule, Algebraic proofs, and some other high A/A* stuff although I can do some topics.

    I am secure with all of the B,C and D topics and trying to learn new topics is just stressing me out too much. Do you guys think I have enough knowledge to gain 70 marks on paper two without high A/A* topics?
    You should at least learn sine and cosine rule they are B grade topics evens C and sometimes D grade students know them
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    You need to know A grade stuff at least to secure 70 marks
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    I got about 55 marks on paper one and aiming for about 70 on paper two to have a secure B grade. I just can't grasp the Sine and Cosine Rule, Algebraic proofs, and some other high A/A* stuff although I can do some topics.

    I am secure with all of the B,C and D topics and trying to learn new topics is just stressing me out too much. Do you guys think I have enough knowledge to gain 70 marks on paper two without high A/A* topics?
    what don't you get about sine and cosine rule. The formulae are given to you. You just sub numbers into an equation.
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    Yes, you won't lose anything by trying to understand the topics/practicing questions
 
 
 
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