how hard is alevel maths only year 12 students cos new syllabus Watch

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its literally the same old stuff
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which board? im gce edexcel and it's relativly easy if you practice. most of the concepts are uncomplicated and easy to understand. like i didn't feel such a big jump in difficulty between igcse (did cie back then) and a level like in bio/chem.
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which board? im gce edexcel and it's relativly easy if you practice. most of the concepts are uncomplicated and easy to understand. like i didn't feel such a big jump in difficulty between igcse (did cie back then) and a level like in bio/chem.
are u sure its easy i think im on my way to get 7/8 at GCSE what did u get?
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Very reasonable if you put the work in, like any other subject.
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If you want to get an A* in your a levels and you want your a levels to be reasonable and easier for you to get into a russel group uni. DO NOT TAKE MATHS!
why?is it that hard?
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its literally the same old stuff
how do find the exams u do in class and mock are they hard?what did u get at GCSE
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why?is it that hard?
It takes up so much time, only do it if your doing easier a levels along side it like unless your amazing at maths then sure. i wouldnt reccommend it tbh...
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It takes up so much time, only do it if your doing easier a levels along side it like unless your amazing at maths then sure. i wouldnt reccommend it tbh...
what did u get at gcse
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Very reasonable if you put the work in, like any other subject.
what did u get at gcse?mock results?
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what did u get at gcse?mock results?
9 in GCSE maths,
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9 in GCSE maths,
im on my way to get a high 7/low 8 do u think im cabable
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what did u get at gcse
I got an A* in maths and i found it difficult
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It's not even that bad, even if you have hard subjects along with Maths. As long as you don't end up forgetting to revise consistently it should be fine.
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im on my way to get a high 7/low 8 do u think im cabable
Year 1 shouldn't be too hard for you, as it just develops on your gcse foundation with few newer concepts. Year 2 will be a grind tho xD I'm doing Further Maths so covered both years 1 and 2 in this current year (year 12); tbf tho it's likely that if you have a whole year to deal with year 2 you might not find it as hard as our further maths class did
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I got an A* in maths and i found it difficult
for god sake ur stressing me out now
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for god sake ur stressing me out now
I found it hard becuase i did hard a levels alongside maths so when it came to revison is was much harder, dont be stressed if you want to do maths go for it but dont do like a really hard a level along side take at least one 'softer' a level
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Year 1 shouldn't be too hard for you, as it just develops on your gcse foundation with few newer concepts. Year 2 will be a grind tho xD I'm doing Further Maths so covered both years 1 and 2 in this current year (year 12); tbf tho it's likely that if you have a whole year to deal with year 2 you might not find it as hard as our further maths class did
whats the hardest topic and is it application or memory
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I found it hard becuase i did hard a levels alongside maths so when it came to revison is was much harder, dont be stressed if you want to do maths go for it but dont do like a really hard a level along side take at least one 'softer' a level
im doing maths economics and business
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