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    So we've just finished C3 and I found it very doable- bearing in mind I did tons of textbook questions and past papers. If I do the same for C4 (and work even harder), is there a chance of me getting at least an A in it? Or is that only doable by those students who are 'gifted in maths' (that's what my teacher told me anyway lol- apparently those who got an A overall in C1, C2 and C3 don't normally get higher than a B or C in C4). Because I really need at least and A in maths and now i'm kinda scared xD (NOTE- I got an A in AS maths incase that helps).
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    So we've just finished C3 and I found it very doable- bearing in mind I did tons of textbook questions and past papers. If I do the same for C4 (and work even harder), is there a chance of me getting at least an A in it? Or is that only doable by those students who are 'gifted in maths' (that's what my teacher told me anyway lol- apparently those who got an A overall in C1, C2 and C3 don't normally get higher than a B or C in C4). Because I really need at least and A in maths and now i'm kinda scared xD (NOTE- I got an A in AS maths incase that helps).
    I think you can definitely do well in C4, especially as you already have an A in AS Maths, and you've found C3 doable. I would say, keep doing textbook questions and past papers, as practise makes perfect. You might have heard this, but some people find C4 a bit easier than C3. C4 is basically integration, so if you get that down, you'll be fine. YOU GOT DIS!
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    i personally find c4 easier than c3 as a whole from the parts i've done so far (finished c3 and done 4/6 chapters of c4).
 
 
 
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