GCE O Level Mathematics Watch

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Hello!

I'm going to be taking GCE O Level Mathematics A next January (2005).

Does anyone have any suggestions on what to study, or tips on particular areas?

Is this exam difficult?

Thanks!
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Hasn't anyone taken this exam? Has anyone here taken GCSE Maths?
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I've taken GCSE maths with AQA
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I took GCSE Maths with Edexcel in the summer of 2004.
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What were your whole set of results?
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Oh yes, you told me.
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(Original post by samdavyson)
Me?

11 A*s & an A.

The A was in Food Technology.
What were your A*s in?
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Me?

11 A*s & an A.

The A was in Food Technology.
:eek:

This forum is full of brainy people.
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Do a lot of papers for it and try to do many day 2 day calculation mentally. Wy dont u want 2 do B syllabus. Wy no one in Uk does this is as GCE O-Level is only for international students... Loads of luck May god Bless u and Me too
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(Original post by Tindo)
:eek:

This forum is full of brainy people.
What do you expect ? This forum is full of people who like to discuss stuff like exams and problems . So the A*'s and A count for most members is pretty high as compared to people ( unlike me ) who have a life
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(Original post by mo_yds)
Do a lot of papers for it and try to do many day 2 day calculation mentally. Wy dont u want 2 do B syllabus. Wy no one in Uk does this is as GCE O-Level is only for international students... Loads of luck May god Bless u and Me too
I did GCE O levels and im an international student . I prefer it to the GCSE or the IGCSE system . It teaches you much more and gets you mentally prepared for the hard work at A level . And theres no icky coursework to deal with ( apart from Computer Science )
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What type of Algebra is on it? How advanced does it go?
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