"i cant even pass c1 with 100%"...whats that supposed to mean?you mean you cant get 100% in c1?
"how do i pass edexcel chem unit1 with 100% and unit 3....unit 2 i dont understand the organic stuff". WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU?!are you soo retarded that you dont understand how stupid a question that is?there are two answers to that question, one is to systematically go through the entire As sylabus with you (painfully slowly id imagine) and the other option is to tell you straight. ****ING STUDY!what a MORONIC question. "how do i get 100% in an exam?". what are you expecting here a ****ing spell? grrr it just annoys me how ridiculousl lazy and thus stupid that you are. your post totally deserves this response.
Your expectations seem to be....mildly insane. Very few people get 100% and you seem to think it's some kind of personal fault that you "cant even manage 100%"
That and you post has erratic punctuation and capitilisation.
Core 1 for maths IS very hard, mostly because of the shock factor of "omg calculus!" Core2 is slightly easier once you've settled into differentiation and integration.
As for chemistry, i'm doing OCR so it won't be exactly the same. Ideally, you need to get an understanding of the organic mechanisms, rote learning only gets you so far. It will however, just about get you through the first organic module, but at A2 there's too many reactions to just memorise.
i wish i had a gun handy....
I wonder what the likelihood is of the O.P.'s having typically 'pushy' parents.
My teachers were always like this aswell. I think its their way of encouraging you. They always joked how you should be getting 100% in all the early modules, and how it should be easy for you to get an A at Further Maths. It just shows they believe in you (and it was this belief and encouragement from one of my maths teachers, that I believe got me where I am today).
As far as I remember, I didn't get 100% on any of my papers (for any subject), and I still managed to get 2 A's... sooo... I was more consistent I guess, many people get lower marks on the later papers, whereas I got pretty high in them all. Better to get an A by getting high marks in FP2/3 & M3/4 than getting 100%'s in C1/2 M1/2 but only D's in FP2 etc... My Further maths grade was actually higher than my normal maths grade o_O