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    Is anybody else doing further maths as well? If so, what did you think about Paper 1 and what do you think will come up in Paper 2 (Calculator Paper)?
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    (Original post by FollowingJC24/7)
    Is anybody else doing further maths as well? If so, what did you think about Paper 1 and what do you think will come up in Paper 2 (Calculator Paper)?
    I thought paper 1 wasn't too bad, there were a few which I couldn't even make a reasonable guess but hoping to redeem some marks on paper 2.
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    I thought paper 1 wasn't too bad, there were a few which I couldn't even make a reasonable guess but hoping to redeem some marks on paper 2.
    Same, luckily the grade boundaries are very low usually
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    I didn't find it too bad but I did loads of past papers yesterday in preparation. The only one I couldn't do was 19b which was the perimeter of a trapezium but I'm sure I lost more marks than I think I did.

    What's wrong with me? I'm saying Further maths was okay???
 
 
 
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