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    Any tips on how to approach probability (or key points) because even though it is a simple topic I always mess up on questions , any ideas??
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    (Original post by lolsweg)
    Any tips on how to approach probability (or key points) because even though it is a simple topic I always mess up on questions , any ideas??
    Im doing S1 now, I think past papers are best, if you dont have time for the whole paper, concentrate on the probability questions and then check the mark schemes, Ive done 11 papers so far and I didnt get it at first either

    good luck!

    try this too

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...Revision_Notes
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    AHAHAHAHAHAHA I HAVEN'T DONE STATS IN 4 MONTHS, AND NOW I HAVE TO RELEARN THE WHOLE MODULE FOR TUESDAY. *explodes*

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    Obviously, I am not like all the other TSRians who have been revising since birth.

    I did relearn Binomial Probability in 20 minutes like a bawse.
 
 
 
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