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    I would like to hear from anyone that has done a level math and further maths I start collage in September doing 4 a levels I didn’t wont to get boggeddown with the maths so iv all ready covered C1,C2 my question is should I startFP1 now even though I won’t be able to Finnish it or should I go over C1,C2 andget better at that I found C2 to be much easier than C1 just because in C1 you can’tuse your calculator which I think is much more taxing after a couple of hours revisionyou start thinking 3*3=6 so just quick vote from everyone that has done these 2would be grate just comment which one you think I should do thanx
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    (Original post by Daz0101)
    I would like to hear from anyone that has done a level math and further maths I start collage in September doing 4 a levels I didn’t wont to get boggeddown with the maths so iv all ready covered C1,C2 my question is should I startFP1 now even though I won’t be able to Finnish it or should I go over C1,C2 andget better at that I found C2 to be much easier than C1 just because in C1 you can’tuse your calculator which I think is much more taxing after a couple of hours revisionyou start thinking 3*3=6 so just quick vote from everyone that has done these 2would be grate just comment which one you think I should do thanx
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    If you cover the more advanced content, you'll be better at the basic content by default. So do FP1.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    If you cover the more advanced content, you'll be better at the basic content by default. So do FP1.
    Nothing truer.

    The geometry chapters of FP1 in particular will help significantly.
 
 
 
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