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    How easy/ hard are D1 and D2? How long would they take to learn?
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    (Original post by Lana348)
    How easy/ hard are D1 and D2? How long would they take to learn?
    Depending on the exam board (my experience is with MEI):

    D1 - very easy, not time consuming at all.
    D2 - very easy content, practise makes perfect with this, but the exam can be tight on time if you've not practised enough.

    Again, depending on exam board, and how much time you'll be giving the modules, I would say roughly 4 weeks for each. The content isn't hard, its the practise that will take the time.
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    D1 is okay, but there are some tricky exam questions.
    D2 is fine except for 1 chapter, dynamic programming, I find it so hard to understand. In both modules it's easy to make a careless mistake losing lots of marks, so practise is needed.
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    D1 is easy BUT the exam is very tough to finish

    I got 82UMS on my D1 exam but I didn't finish the paper... Missed the last 5 marks but still got an A on it
 
 
 
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