Resit c1-c2 after c3,c4

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Is it more easier or harder?
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Is it more easier or harder?
Noticably easier. If you are going for an A* though and got maybe 240 UMS in AS, there is little need though. Anything lower and you're better off resitting some ones where you can get a significant amount of UMS (probably not the applied unit, so C1 or C2)
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Noticably easier. If you are going for an A* though and got maybe 240 UMS in AS, there is little need though. Anything lower and you're better off resitting some ones where you can get a significant amount of UMS (probably not the applied unit, so C1 or C2)
Why not the applied module?
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Why not the applied module?
Usually a lot more effort to resit than C1 or C2 but if you've got significantly low marks in the applied module then resit it by all means.
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Usually a lot more effort to resit than C1 or C2 but if you've got significantly low marks in the applied module then resit it by all means.
I was going to start C1,C2 revision like today, that probably is too early right? I also have one other resit for a different subject, and my science subject is linear so I have to redo AS with A2 in the exam.
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I was going to start C1,C2 revision like today, that probably is too early right? I also have one other resit for a different subject, and my science subject is linear so I have to redo AS with A2 in the exam.
I would say revise trig (finding solutions and proving identities) in C2 and revise nothing else at this stage - I think it is too early.. You can get away with studying C3 first at the very least before revisiting C1 and C2 and finding that it's a lot easier. That's just my opinion and how I personally approached a C2 resit but it is ultimately your decision.
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