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    How did you revise for M1/ maths in general?
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    do you wear glasses ?

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    (Original post by the bear)
    do you wear glasses ?

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    Yes lol. Are u stereotyping
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    Also what came first, chicken or egg? End this debate my friend
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    (Original post by Rohit_Rocks10)
    Yes lol. Are u stereotyping
    also have you ever played a Glockenspiel ?

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    No one cares. Sounds a bit like you're using this thread to show off?
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    (Original post by HeadHoncho)
    How did you revise for M1/ maths in general?
    Read the textbook. Understand EACH and EVERY syllabus outcome poroperly. If required watch youtube videos on the topic to help you. Download topical past papers on that particular topic and do every single question ever asked. You will realize that there is a specific pattern in every question asked each year. Once you understand that pattern and are able to solve all questions you are pretty much done. Then go on to do the same for other topics. Maths is just PRACTICE, PRACTICE AND PRACTICE.
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    (Original post by HeadHoncho)
    Also what came first, chicken or egg? End this debate my friend
    The egg.
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    (Original post by supremebeatle)
    No one cares. Sounds a bit like you're using this thread to show off?
    sounds like we got a jelly
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    M1 is an AS exam last time I checked - hence the highest possible grade is an A

    Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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    (Original post by brownguytorule)
    sounds like we got a jelly
    I got an A* too but nice theory. I don't tend to shout it from the rooftops.
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    (Original post by supremebeatle)
    No one cares. Sounds a bit like you're using this thread to show off?
    Nope, I think it's a good idea to post things like this. It gives people opportunites to ask for tips and guidance from someone who got an A*.
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    (Original post by Rohit_Rocks10)
    Read the textbook. Understand EACH and EVERY syllabus outcome poroperly. If required watch youtube videos on the topic to help you. Download topical past papers on that particular topic and do every single question ever asked. You will realize that there is a specific pattern in every question asked each year. Once you understand that pattern and are able to solve all questions you are pretty much done. Then go on to do the same for other topics. Maths is just PRACTICE, PRACTICE AND PRACTICE.
    What do you get in your other modules/at AS?
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    (Original post by HeadHoncho)
    What do you get in your other modules/at AS?
    Our school doesn't do the AS anymore. This was just a Chapter-wise test. Basically the test you do after you complete a chapter.
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    (Original post by Nuttyy)
    Nope, I think it's a good idea to post things like this. It gives people opportunites to ask for tips and guidance from someone who got an A*.
    If people want tips or guidance they will start their own thread about it, otherwise the assumption is they don't need and/or want it.
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    (Original post by supremebeatle)
    No one cares. Sounds a bit like you're using this thread to show off?
    I think everyone does but you. And anyway this thread is not to show off. I just want to help others
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    (Original post by supremebeatle)
    If people want tips or guidance they will start their own thread about it, otherwise the assumption is they don't need and/or want it.
    Had this thread not been made, HeadHoncho wouldn't have got the tips he requested. Making this thread helped him.. Your argument is invalid.
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    (Original post by SGHD26716)
    M1 is an AS exam last time I checked - hence the highest possible grade is an A

    Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
    Read post number 15. And btw it's not necessary for it to be an AS exam only. You can take it alongside pure maths1 and also pure maths3
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    (Original post by Rohit_Rocks10)
    I think everyone does but you. And anyway this thread is not to show off. I just want to help others
    Everyone but me cares about your good grade? Damn, sorry for offending you oh Great One.
 
 
 
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