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    I just graduated form Sixth Form and im planning on applying to cambridge to do math this year. I was just wondering if anyone could share with me any revision guides or notes for M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 because i really want to improve my applied mathematics. Thanks!!!
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    Use exam solutions for m1-3
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    (Original post by AdeptDz)
    Use exam solutions for m1-3
    I may be self teaching further maths so would exam solutions be good for me (trying to attain at least 97+ UMS)


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    I may be self teaching further maths so would exam solutions be good for me (trying to attain at least 97+ UMS)


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    Yes and hegartymaths
    Exam solution goes through the whole spec in an understandable way. So aslong as you understand the way he explains it, it should nto be a problem. On his site there are also past papers and solomon papers so go through them regularly to make sure you are hitting 97+ (after you've went through it) If you don't like the way he explains it try hegarty maths.

    ExamSolutions also has a copy of the specification on his site, so tick it off as you complete it
    Text books are also good to answer topic questions and have another explanation. On examsolutions he has recommended text books

    tl;dr go on the examsolutions website, everything you need is there.
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    Maybe look at Physics and Maths tutor, too? I liked it for AS maths
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    (Original post by AdeptDz)
    Yes and hegartymaths
    Exam solution goes through the whole spec in an understandable way. So aslong as you understand the way he explains it, it should nto be a problem. On his site there are also past papers and solomon papers so go through them regularly to make sure you are hitting 97+ (after you've went through it) If you don't like the way he explains it try hegarty maths.

    ExamSolutions also has a copy of the specification on his site, so tick it off as you complete it
    Text books are also good to answer topic questions and have another explanation. On examsolutions he has recommended text books

    tl;dr go on the examsolutions website, everything you need is there.
    Thank you so much! I've finished C1 and started C2
    Thanks a lot for the advice


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