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    So I've been using past TSA papers for the Problem-Solving section, however I was wondering how to revise the Advanced Maths section?

    I have looked at the MAT and STEP, however the style of these questions is very different to the ECAA as its not multiple choice and the level of maths is far harder.
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    My teacher told me that the MC part of MAT would be enough to prepare the ECAA advanced math section.STEP 2 would be way too hard comparing with the ECAA.
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    (Original post by Ericwu)
    My teacher told me that the MC part of MAT would be enough to prepare the ECAA advanced math section.STEP 2 would be way too hard comparing with the ECAA.
    Oh right, cheers, I didn't realise there was a MC section in the MAT. I'll take a look at that then.
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    (Original post by Raventtt)
    use surrey uni past papers to revise
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    (Original post by Raventtt)
    use surrey uni past papers to revise
    Sorry if I didn't make it clear, the ECAA is Cambridge's admission test.
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    (Original post by AnonEcon)
    Oh right, cheers, I didn't realise there was a MC section in the MAT. I'll take a look at that then.
    Yeah but I also noticed that there are some points in the ECAA syllabus which are not included in the MAT. So it is still suggested to take a look at the ECAA syllabus. <3
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    Try these maths questions as some of the questions on here appear on the ECAA maths section http://www.admissionstestingservice....n/preparation/
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    Best way of doing this anyone (from the test of maths on ATS), no explained answers and I can't figure it out.
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    Best way of doing this anyone (from the test of maths on ATS), no explained answers and I can't figure it out.
    I think you find the range of x values which satisfy those two inequalities and wherever they overlap is the length of the interval
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    Best way of doing this anyone (from the test of maths on ATS), no explained answers and I can't figure it out.
    draw out the y=sin2x and y=tanx graphs, and see which choice works for both inequalities
    I find this website helps a lot for this sort of stuff if your stuck; https://www.desmos.com/
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    Anyone know how to do question 18? I don't understand it http://www.admissionstestingservice....er-paper-2.pdf
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    (Original post by chandmeister)
    Anyone know how to do question 18? I don't understand it http://www.admissionstestingservice....er-paper-2.pdf
    do trial and error, it can't be 20 otherwise the mean can't be 0. next try 8, the sequence -12,-12,8,8,8 has all the properties therefore this is the answer
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    (Original post by chandmeister)
    Anyone know how to do question 18? I don't understand it http://www.admissionstestingservice....er-paper-2.pdf
    This is on the ECAA Specimen Explained Answers
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