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    I have my finals in June next year and need help/tips on Mechanics 1. We've done all the core modules apart from C4, which we're half way through, and finished Mechanics 1 and are currently on Mechanics 2. But I want to back track to Mechanics 1 since I've been having a hard time answering past paper questions on this particular module. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I plan on being confident about all the core modules except for C4 and the Mechanics 1 module by the end of this year.
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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    My only too would be to do lots of questions and if there's any topics you generally don't do particularly well on to get your teacher to go through it with you and give you more questions. I was terrible at Mechanics 1 and hated it but ended up with a B in that module which I was fairly pleased about I guess. But that was thanks to my teacher keep making me do questions
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    (Original post by Maks2468)
    I have my finals in June next year and need help/tips on Mechanics 1. We've done all the core modules apart from C4, which we're half way through, and finished Mechanics 1 and are currently on Mechanics 2. But I want to back track to Mechanics 1 since I've been having a hard time answering past paper questions on this particular module. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I plan on being confident about all the core modules except for C4 and the Mechanics 1 module by the end of this year.
    Which areas of M1 do you find hard?
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    (Original post by funky2722)
    Which areas of M1 do you find hard?
    Dynamics of Particle, Statics of a particle and Vectors as well.
    I struggle in those the most.
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    (Original post by TSR Jessica)
    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
    Thank you so much.
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    (Original post by Maks2468)
    I have my finals in June next year and need help/tips on Mechanics 1. We've done all the core modules apart from C4, which we're half way through, and finished Mechanics 1 and are currently on Mechanics 2. But I want to back track to Mechanics 1 since I've been having a hard time answering past paper questions on this particular module. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I plan on being confident about all the core modules except for C4 and the Mechanics 1 module by the end of this year.
    Here's a suggestion
    Go to www.examsolutions.net and pick an M1 topic you are uncomfortable with.
    Watch the revision videos if necessary and then do the topic based questions he has selected - benefit of examsolutions is that you can play the solution if you need a hint to get you started or want to check the quality of your answer.
    Then go to www.physicsandmathstutor.com and download past paper question collections for the topics you need to work on. check your answers against the mark schemes and post here in the maths forum if you try a question but don't understand how to tackle it correctly (always show what you have tried, doesn't matter how wrong it is, you'll get more help if you show you are making an effort and people will better understand what it is you are troubled by)
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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    Here's a suggestion
    Go to www.examsolutions.net and pick an M1 topic you are uncomfortable with.
    Watch the revision videos if necessary and then do the topic based questions he has selected - benefit of examsolutions is that you can play the solution if you need a hint to get you started or want to check the quality of your answer.
    Then go to www.physicsandmathstutor.com and download past paper question collections for the topics you need to work on. check your answers against the mark schemes and post here in the maths forum if you try a question but don't understand how to tackle it correctly (always show what you have tried, doesn't matter how wrong it is, you'll get more help if you show you are making an effort and people will better understand what it is you are troubled by)
    Thank you so much, I'll make sure to visit those sites today and start on immediately.
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