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    Hello, I'm new to this network but right now I'm in dire need of help in maths and the exam is only 4 months away. Suggestions?
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    (Original post by Hazmar 17)
    Hello, I'm new to this network but right now I'm in dire need of help in maths and the exam is only 4 months away. Suggestions?
    Help with what? C3,C4,FP2?
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    (Original post by Dafock)
    Help with what? C3,C4,FP2?
    Well I'm doing P1 M1 S1 P3 and presently I have a bad problem in mechanics
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    Revise revise revise. You have 4 months, use it. Don't spend your time asking when you know the answer, spend every day going through a topic until you understand it
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    (Original post by That'sGreat)
    Revise revise revise. You have 4 months, use it. Don't spend your time asking when you know the answer, spend every day going through a topic until you understand it
    Thanks will do
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    (Original post by Hazmar 17)
    Thanks will do
    Hey bro do you think if I get an A in C1, C2, S1 and S2 this year it is possible even though in my mocks I got below a C in each??
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      Im doing 6 units of maths and trust me i feel like you everyday but i keep going.

      Maths is practising and then doing it again and again.

      Start of with worksheets of individual questions on each topic and then move onto papers.
      Fot e.g im doing solomon worksheets and then solomon papers and then edexcel papers

      It will be okay. After June its no more A levels for life. (I assume your a2)
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      (Original post by TheYearNiner)
      Hey bro do you think if I get an A in C1, C2, S1 and S2 this year it is possible even though in my mocks I got below a C in each??
      Well if you are also writing this summer I guess you have to murder sleep if you are still planning on that A and well a lot of articles are on the site on how to get organized
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      What are your aspirations after leaving school? If you need it to study a course at University, then make sure you do as many past exam papers as possible and all the usual revision protocol...

      However, being realistic from my point of view - I study a degree within life sciences and they seldom use mathematics, only basic A-level statistics and that's about it.

      So if you don't do well then it's not the end of the world - you'll basically forget all the stuff and get on with your future life just like me But of course this depends on what you want to do....

      I'm certainly not suggesting you slack tho!
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      (Original post by Hazmar 17)
      Hello, I'm new to this network but right now I'm in dire need of help in maths and the exam is only 4 months away. Suggestions?
      Buy a graphics calculator like fx-9860GII learn to use it do past papers and learn the style of questions.

      you'll do fine atleast B with good use of calculator since you can double check alo tof answers

      this is if you are doing Alevel
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      mostly if youre doing C2,C3,C4,FP1 ^^^^
     
     
     
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