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    Oh my god, ive just got my C1, C2 textbooks (P1,P2) and they are sooooooooooo thin!!!!!!!! obviously because P1-3 is now C1-4 but this has got to mean that each exam covers less content!! lol, i think thats good
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    dats ok mate- if i was in your position i would be in the same mood- however to balance my story- ive had a go at the old syllabus too and it was hard- so atleast ie had a go at that one as well hehe
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    I just dislike 3 dimensional angles. I just don't 'get' how an angle can be 3 dimensional >_<.
    Enjoy your maths course and make sure you work through the books in your own time as well. Unless you have fantastic teacher it's difficult to correctly understand 3 modules just from lessons.
    I went through the course without opening the books at home and failed the mechanics module in January. Then i worked through all the books and did much better in each. Hard work pays off in maths.
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    lol- just had my interview at the independent college im going to- we're doing the old syllabus. what module is the 3-dimensional angle you were referring to in? P4?
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    P3, in some of the vector questions.
 
 
 
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