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    (Original post by Dashboard)
    Don’t do d2. Its far more difficult than d1 and very easy to drop a lot of marks in. S2 is easy, so I would stick to that. You could do m2 if you prefer mechanics, its not that bad but definitely harder than s2.
    Thanks for the advice. Just to clarify, how did you get on with your Chemistry resit?
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    fp1 just introduces you to lots of new types maths, like complex numbers and matrices. Its different, but not that hard. The difficult stuff comes in fp2 and 3, where you study the content from fp1 in much more detail.

    Sadly I struggled to comprehend this message. Please clear up on your grammatical technique, and reapply next year.

    Thanks!
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    Sadly I struggled to comprehend this message. Please clear up on your grammatical technique, and reapply next year.

    Thanks!
    ???? That makes perfect sense
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    ???? That makes perfect sense
    A fun game that might come in handy!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/li...ctuation/play/
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    (Original post by Ophidia)
    Hi, so i'm currently in year 13 and considering self studying further maths. I've applied to two universities (so far) for computer science, and for one of them further maths is highly recommended. My school offers further maths at A Level/AS however I chose not to take it, which i'm regretting. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to start self-studying FM, and whether it would be a good idea to study C4 beforehand?
    you don't need maths for computer science

    where the heck are you applying
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    (Original post by donnaseemchandra)
    A fun game that might come in handy!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/li...ctuation/play/
    Dude - word order can change, commas can be used to make clauses and short sentences still make sense. The only *big* grammatical error in his post was 'Its' rather than 'It's' - an easy mistake to make when typing.
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    Learn c4 now
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    (Original post by ImprobableCacti)
    Dude - word order can change, commas can be used to make clauses and short sentences still make sense. The only *big* grammatical error in his post was 'Its' rather than 'It's' - an easy mistake to make when typing.
    Indeed
    I believe some of us have experienced this difficulty many a time?
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    Indeed
    I believe some of us have experienced this difficulty many a time?
    Is that an English remark I can detect?
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    Indeed
    I believe some of us have experienced this difficulty many a time?
    Indeed
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